Photos taken with your Galaxy Nexus Thread

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by wicked, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. Yen2Kay

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    1st picture is about a million dollars worth of equipment

    Other is NASA snapback

    And sushi.
    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using DroidForums
     
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    ^ looks yummy! ;)
     
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    So good posted it twice:icon_ lala:
     
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    Well guys, here are some more pictures! :D Best camera I've used on a phone!!! :)
     
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    #175 grimley, Mar 16, 2012
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    Over on our sister site, galaxynexusforums.com, I was asked to do a comparison of some Gnex pics with the Razr Maxx in a thread. All I could do was some indoor nighttime shots, so here you go:

    Gnex: http://db.tt/zYLzQO8U

    R-Maxx: http://db.tt/MhQonPGZ

    I think the shots where a flash was used, the Gnex kills the Razr Maxx, which is no surprise... I don't think Moto's released a phone in over a year (if ever?) where the flash doesn't wash everything out. And something to keep in mind if, at any point, you're thinking "hey those are pretty darn close to each other" - the Gnex did all of those much faster than the Razr. The Razr tended to want to re-focus too much, especially on the flash shots.

    Now if I could just get that Gnex battery to last a day... :icon_eek:

    Edit: forgot I threw in some speedtest screenshots as well at the end... the Gnex kinda surprised me on those.
     
    #176 jntdroid, Mar 16, 2012
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    Thanks for that - good to know. I'm guessing that doesn't affect signal strength/reliability, but rather just throughput? Forgive me if I'm not using the right terminology...
     
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    Correct. I know the gnex has taken a beating over signal strength, and I too agree it's not a good as some other phones at retaining a 4G signal in fringe areas, but the radio is actually better than what most are using right now. I'm still betting further radio software updates will marginally improve on this though.

    But antenna design is patent protected, and therefore some are going to be better than others. My guess is that plays a bigger part in any signal discrepancy, rather than which baseband chip is used.
     
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    That makes sense based solely on my experience alone. When the signal is good, the Nexus flies, and the Razr will still feel like it's dealing with a little more latency, not that it's bad... and I'm sure that latency could be caused by a number of factors as well.

    I won't hijack this photo thread any more, but thanks for the info - you're always full of solid knowledge! :)
     
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