Camera speed low-light summary for popular smartphones
January 20th, 2014
We gathered some interesting low-light statistics from the CamSpeed database for some of the most popular smartphones. As can be seen in the table below, most variance in imaging speed in low light conditions is caused by the focus time and image capture time. Camera start-up times are quite close to each other. Time difference to open the camera and take a picture between the fastest and slowest is significant: over four seconds.
Camera speed measurements in low-light conditions
|Device||OS Version||Start-up, Focus & Image capture (ms)|
|Huawei Ascend P2||4.1.2||
|Samsung Galaxy Note 3||4.3||
|Sony Xperia Z1||4.3||
|Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9500)||4.3||
|Motorola Moto X (XT1058)||4.4||
|Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9505)||4.3||
|Nokia Lumia 1520||8.0.10517.0||
|LG G2 (D802)||4.2.2||
|Nokia Lumia 1020||8.0.10517.0||
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