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The Samsung Galaxy S5's Killer Camera Feature: Speed

Samsung has never been a leader when it comes to smartphone cameras but with the Galaxy S5, it's taken a step forward. It has nothing to do with megapixels—instead it's all about that weird-sounding feature called "phase-detect" autofocus, which allows the camera to focus in just .3 seconds. Samsung claims that's the fastest in the world, and it could seriously change how you use the camera. Read More >>

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iPhone 5S Camera Battle: A Stand-Up Camera That Doesn't Stand Out

We spent a while yesterday testing out the redesigned iPhone 5S camera to get a sense of how it compares to its predecessor, as well as to the cameras on its biggest competitors. It's a solid camera with some improvements, but mostly we're just damned impressed at how far smartphone cameras have come across the board. Read More >>

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Samsung's Galaxy S4 Camera Versus the Competition

Last month, we tested the best smartphone cameras out there and declared the HTC One's ultrapixel camera the master of all. Now it's time to see how the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z measure up. Read More >>

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BlackBerry Z10 Camera: The Worst Low-Light Performance We've Seen in a Long Time

For the old BlackBerry, a handset's camera was an ancillary feature. But the new hip BlackBerry is supposed to be tuned into how regular people — not just suits — use their phones. The BlackBerry Z10's camera has a chance to prove it's better than the rest. And if our initial low-light camera test is any indication, the camera is a complete failure. Read More >>

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