Head-To-Head: Samsung Galaxy S5 Vs. HTC One M8


We couldn't have imagined better snapshots than those from the 13MP camera in the Galaxy S4. But the Galaxy S5's shooter packs a sensor with 16 million pixels and can capture 3,840-x-2,160 video at 30 fps. And while HTC's camera has about a quarter of the pixels at 4.1 million, at 2.0 microns they're almost twice as large as Samsung's, which measure 1.12 microns. What's more, the dual sensors in the One allow it to refocus an image after it's been captured.

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