By Vamien McKalin email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mar 02, 2013 10:17 AM EST
The HTC One is the newest Android smartphone from HTC, a high-end device that is quite similar to the Nokia Lumia 920 when it comes to camera features. However, despite its similarities to Nokia's finest, the handset was taken to school by the less capable Lumia 720, which is quite a surprise.
Four ultrapixels, that's the marketing term used to describe the HTC One's camera. The moment a person hears the world 'ultrapixel,' they would likely think it is something that is superior to megapixels, not knowing for sure what it really entails. From what we have seen, it would appear the HTC One, despite being a high-end Android smartphone, is no match for the Lumia 720 in the camera department.
MyNokiaBlog did some testing with both devices in low-light conditions, and the end results would have thrown Zeus himself off his throne into a fit of laughter, or probably rage.
Have a look at MyNokiaBlog's YouTube video below to see how disappointing the HTC One's camera is in low-light conditions.
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