HTC Titan II (2012): First Review – Part 6

Saturday, April 7th, 2012 4:49:46 by

The handset certainly offers a wealth of features and settings such as smile capture, face detection, manual ISO, burst mode, and panorama, plus a heap of special scene modes. The snapper is quick as well. It takes less than a second to recognize a face and just much time to take back-to-back shots. On the other hand, the picture quality gets a mixed review.

Bearing in mind the size of the snapper, 16-mega pixels, the phone takes great pictures in low light but as compared to its counterpart Lumia 900, the indoor pictures in the artificial light are a bit lax. Though the sharpness is there and there are not granule spots in the screen, the final result leaves a bit desired from it and make room for Lumia 900. The low-light pictures from the HTC Titan II have a yellow-ish effect to them while the Lumia 900 takes every bit of detail in sheer mastery.

However, in the daylight the Titan II’s camera packs a powerful punch against all its competitors, be it from Apple or Google. The camera takes detailed pictures in the sunlight without overdoing the brightness. The focus on smaller aspects and far away objects is precise. It takes no time to take them in details.

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