Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Gionee Elife E7

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Gionee Elife E7

One of the greatest increases to Samsung’s new leader is the new 16mp ISOCELL sensor, which was produced in-house. Samsung guarantees that the Galaxy S5’s sensor is better than the most recent BSI 2 CMOS sensor that is at present being utilized. The new sensor structures a physical boundary between neighboring pixels, along these lines permitting all the more light to be assimilated by the proposed pixel and taking out crosstalk. In basic words – we can need better shades, more keen low-light pictures and faultless differentiation levels, all without needing to build the pixel size and keeping up a conventionally high determination.

Setting this against the HTC One M8 is unreasonable since regardless it utilizes a 4mp Polaroid at that end of the day. The Z2 might make a great contender however that is yet to launch in India. Appreciatively, Samsung is by all account not the only unified with a 16mp Polaroid sensor. Gionee and Micromax recently have 16mp sensors in the Elife E7 and Canvas Knight. Both handsets utilize Omnivision’s Ov16825 picture sensor that is dependent upon the second era BSI sensor.

Setting the S5 against the E7 bodes well as we have a level playing field with both having a 16mp sensor. The CMOS engineering is a bit distinctive however which will at last demonstrate which one is surely better.

When we continue, note that the E7 shoots at a somewhat lower determination (16mp, 4608 x 3456) while the S5 catches stills at a marginally higher determination (16mp, 5312 x 2988). The correlation pictures are every one of the 100 percent products of the first and hasn’t been resized or modified in any way. To see the full picture, bear in mind to click on them. Something else to note is that the E7 shoots Panorama and Burst shots at a more level determination as contrasted with the S5.

Test 1 – Low-light (Landscape)

Our first test is a low-light shot of a road at around 9pm. Both telephones benefit an occupation at this yet we need to give our vote to the S5 here. The colors are overall adjusted and on the off chance that you zoom into the leaves beneath the road light, they are a great deal more point by point as contrasted with the E7. The dark levels are additionally much better, and the trees and the sky are obviously discernable.

Test 2 – Low-light (Macro)

This was shot under a radiant light in a parking area. Both Polaroids benefit work. The content is a bit more honed with the S5 notwithstanding.

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Gionee Elife E7

Test 3 – Daylight (Macro)

This shot was taken in the shade at around 10am. It’s difficult to pick a champ here as both make an impressive showing of correctly catching subtle elements and colors. The S5 is a bit on the hotter side which is clear from the marginally darker shade of pink.

Test 5 – Panorama

There’s truly no rival here. The S5 effortlessly trounces the E7 in terms of scenes. This was taken at around 11am and it was to a great degree sunny. The S5 oversees hotter pictures, with more correct colors and best of all, catches the scene at a much higher determination.

Test 6 – Outdoors

While both pictures may look very nearly indistinguishable, you’ll perceive the contrast once you zoom in. the dark levels are much better with the S5 and the edges around the parts of the bicycle aren’t over honed like the E7. Examine the written work on the tank and the decal close to the pillion seat. The S5 conveys a marginally crisper picture with punchier shades.

Test 7 – Burst

Both telephones make an extraordinary showing with blast mode yet at the end of the day, the villain is in the subtle elements. The S5 and the E7 can catch moving questions fine without leaving any phantom trails. Be that as it may, the E7 shoots in an easier determination as contrasted with the S5. You’ll promptly perceive this contrast in the wake of zooming in. The level of subtle element in the fowls and the individuals are amazingly better in s5.


As far as 16MP shooters go, the Samsung Galaxy S5 definitely has an edge over OmniVision’s sensor. Both deliver good performance at macros and capture very good detail. However, the S5’s ISOCELL sensor nudges forward in almost all the tests by offering greater detail, deeper blacks and a livelier colour tone.

We’ll be testing out the camera and other aspects of the S5 in greater detail in our upcoming review. In the meantime, here’s our unboxing video and quick tour of the phone.


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