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Samsung Galaxy S6 low-light camera comparison (click image to see full size). The S7's shot is the brightest here, which is particularly noticeable on the tin of tomatoes in the centre -- the white text is satisfyingly crisp. On the bottle of Lea & Perrins sauce to the right though, things aren't as good. It's bright, sure, but there's much less detail. The iPhone's shot has more clarity in this portion of the image. It's probably more useful to have a brighter image than an entirely crisp one -- you'll appreciate your shot of your pasta dinner being well lit more than having every single piece of farfalle in perfect focus.

Samsung Galaxy frÄ’ protective water-resistant case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - drop in S7 low-light camera test with flash (click image to see full size), iPhone 6S Plus low-light camera comparison with flash (click image to see full size), Samsung Galaxy S6 low-light camera comparison with flash (click image to see full size), Both the Galaxy S7 and S6 gave similar results with the flash switched on, The scenes are reasonably well lit, without being overpowering and there's plenty of detail to zoom in on the fine lettering, The iPhone's shot is different, with a warmer colour balance that I'm quite keen on, It's a brighter shot, too, stopping just short of being unnaturally bright..

Samsung Galaxy S7 front-facing camera test (click image to see full size). iPhone 6S Plus front-facing camera comparison (click image to see full size). Samsung Galaxy S6 front-facing camera comparison (click image to see full size). All three phones were, let's face it, pretty awful when it came to selfies in low-light situations. The scene is dark and while the iPhone managed to bring my face out a little more, it's plagued with image noise. Samsung Galaxy S7 front-facing camera test with "flash" (click image to see full size).

iPhone 6S Plus front-facing camera comparison with "flash" (click image to see full size), The Galaxy S7 and iPhone have "flashes" -- the screen itself pulses with a bright light -- to light up your face (although not the S6, hence not including a photo from it here), The iPhone is the clear winner of the two, with its more natural colours, I don't remember my face ever looking as purple as it did in the shot frÄ’ protective water-resistant case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - drop in from the Galaxy S7, The Galaxy S6 was one of our favourite phone cameras and the S7's upgrades have cemented it firmly as one of the best mobile shooters around, It's capable of taking some brilliant shots with even exposures and rich colours, It has the edge over the iPhone 6S Plus in my tests when it comes to high-contrast scenes, and its low-light skills help deliver brighter images when you're gallivanting in dim bars..

The iPhone still put in a great performance and it takes the prize when it comes to selfies in poor lighting. While it's undeniably excellent, the S7's camera isn't such a big leap ahead of the S6 to justify an upgrade on its own. Nor is it so much better than the iPhone 6S Plus to warrant switching. Mix in the new water-resistant design and expandable storage to the great camera though, and you're left with a phone that should absolutely be on your wishlist if you're using an older handset. We put Samsung's new flagship phone up against last year's model and Apple's finest in a taxing camera test.