HD video? 1080p? You tell me..

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  1. bsmith0731

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    don't know, but now you've got me hungry for some cracker barrel!

    looks like every other phone's 1080p... a bit choppy and washed out, and nothing compared to real 1080p, just my .02 :)
     
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    Yeah I could recognize CB anywhere. I could only see the video in 720p for some reason, but still. The video didn't look that good. All phones have choppy video. I wonder how the iPhone compares:
     
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    I don't think it will be all that bad and wonder if updates will improve that quality.
     
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    Not many people have seen true 1080p, then again not many people can tell the different between 720p and 1080p....
     
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    Yeah, I noticed in my video you have to change the setting to 1080p, mine was defaulted to 720p!

    I have probably taken 3 phone videos in the past 2.5 years so, that quality was fine for me! However, like I said I think maybe you need to up the setting from 720 to 1080 that may improve it a bit.
     
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    Yes I just realized that. Thanks!

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