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HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 in low light video review

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We have seen a number of videos featuring the HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 under different tests, although a new video landing on YouTube within the last couple of days attempts to showcase the performance of both Android phones in low light conditions.

The video hasn’t been viewed by a lot of people just yet, but the feedback so far is pretty positive. There’s been some diverse opinion about the sound and video results within this quick review, which viewers seem split on the better handset in these conditions.

In the video, embedded below this article, it takes a look at low light conditions and records while driving. One YouTube viewer points to the HTC One sound being “more natural” and this was more noticeable when the lights were on, although those that support Samsung’s Galaxy S4 point to the video review revealing not only better sound, but also a much brighter experience.

HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy S4: in your opinion, what smartphone performed better in this low light test? If you want to see a camera review comparing the Samsung Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5, then you can see something a lot more professional from one of the most trusted names in camera tests (DxOMark). You can see the Galaxy S4 vs. iPhone 5 results after deep analysis via our article published yesterday.

We also looked at the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One for business users, gamers and battery life in previous articles. Again, feel free to visit these articles for further insight and then share a comment. In regard to the video on this page, our opinion is the Galaxy S4 certainly looks a lot brighter but the HTC One has a nice natural look. We will leave our readers to debate that better result in low light.

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8 thoughts on “HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 in low light video review”

  1. Reply
    RUI TEIXEIRA says:

    Htc has better audio and sharper video but the s4 is brighter just it looks very grainy

  2. Reply
    Koray ARIKAN says:

    Brighter does not mean better. Exposure compensation on S4’s photo and video is too high. HTC One looks darker, but colors look much more natural, especially if you look at the sky.

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    gadjitfreek says:

    The differing opinions on this demonstrates the subjectivity of the user and the takeaway is…use whatever phone works best for you. Thank you for providing samples so that people could make their own decision. 🙂

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    Grant says:

    I pick the One because while the audio could be a little better, you can actually easily tell the headlights are on and it’s just overall more accurate to “the sun just coming up”. The Samsung looks too artificially bright and it’s stabilization isn’t as good, plus, the One has a wider picture. The audio on the S4 is louder, but I feel the One singles out the voice a little better, even if it is a bit quiter and almost muffled sounding.

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