Aloysius: At the low-light levels, the iPhone's shot seems to have the best colors. The One X's has better details compared with the iPhone 4S' at 100 percent, but the 808's (and I sound like a parrot here) has the best details.
Jacqueline: The One X's shot fares worst here, as it is underexposed. At 100 percent crop, both the HTC and Apple handsets have "smudged" the letters on the bottle. On the other hand, when it comes to the 808's picture, you can see the detail of the wall's surface and even make out letters on the wine bottle.
Shawn: The 808 had the best of both worlds, retaining the best image detail while having the least amount of noise. The One X's picture tends to be quite aggressive in sharpening, which results in jagged edges and increased noise. However, the worst was from the iPhone 4S, which was the softest with smeared details.
June 14, 2012 11:45 AM PDT
Photo by: CNET Asia
| Caption by: Shawn Low, Aloysius Low, Jacqueline Seng
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