Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy S II
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy S II – camera
The 8MP, 1080p zero shutter lag camera crams in the features. Burst Mode lets you shoot 20 photos at 3.3 shots per second, Buddy Mode automatically tags faces using your contacts list, and Best Mode chooses the top pic out of a burst of eight. You’re also able to keep snapping photos while recording full HD video.
Once you've taken your snaps, you can easily share them with the people in the photos – the gallery flags up your contacts in shots and offers one-touch sharing. You can also zoom face transitions to focus on your mates’ mugs while viewing a slideshow. Video stabilisation and backlit illumination for pics makes light work of shaky and low light situations. The front-facing camera is a respectable 1.9MP snapper that can shoot 720p video, so it can watch you while you work.
It might not be new anymore but the S II's 8MP, 1080p snapper was way ahead of its time and still produces great quality photos and videos. Thanks to Android’s easy sharing options there’s a plethora of ways to dish out your pics – even if you have to pick out your friends' mugs the old fashioned way.