Samsung Infuse 4G 8 megapixel Photo and 1080p Video Examples

SO you’re interested in getting some fresh details on this lovely new phone from Samsung before we have a full review up, yes? Perhaps some examples of how the cameras look on front and in back? Why, that just happens to be what we’ve got whipped up for you here! On the front you’re going […]

SO you’re interested in getting some fresh details on this lovely new phone from Samsung before we have a full review up, yes? Perhaps some examples of how the cameras look on front and in back? Why, that just happens to be what we’ve got whipped up for you here! On the front you’re going to see a photo of the 1.3 megapixel variety, but you’ll find when you work with the phone that there’s no option (natively) to take video with that camera – you’re only supposed to be using that for video chat. On the back, a massive 8 megapixel camera photo and 1080p captured video. Plus a bonus!

Above what you’re witnessing is the 8 megapixel back-facing camera photo. This photo is taken in noon-ish indirect sunlight with no unnatural light hitting it. It’s a photo of some lovely little Android toys you know so well with the custom-painted by yours truly Android Community Android front and center. Doesn’t he look lovely? I spent like an hour painting those eyeballs.

Next what you’re seeing is the 1080p quality video capture. This again goes through my office environment whilst staying in natural light and focusing on the Androids, my dog and faithful assistant Susi, and another Samsung device: the DROID Charge. Check out our full review of the Droid Charge for some more 8 megapixel action.

NOTE: to get more info on the Samsung Infuse 4G, head to our all-encompassing portal.

What you see above finally is the front-facing camera taking a 1.3 megapixel photo of the same subject matter. You’ll notice the change in quality around the edges of each subject. You’ll also notice that the photo really isn’t terrible – think only a few years ago this photo would have seemed magnificent for a cellphone, front or back. Next it’s a BONUS – a back-facing 8 megapixel photo taken in a dark environment with the LED flash flashing. It’s some old shoes of mine and a cord or two – notice how fresh these sneakers still seem.

That’s quality!

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