We've already seen how the iPhone 6 Plus camera shapes up against the iPhone 6, but what about the real competition? You know, phones Apple doesn't make? Well, our buddy Mark Guim over at Windows Phone Central has taken the time to do a quick shootout between Apple's biggest phone and the biggest Nokia phone to date, the Lumia 1520.
Here are some of Mark's observations:
The iPhone 6 Plus images in daylight consistently appear brighter than the images on the Lumia 1520.
The images on the Lumia 1520 appear to have more detail and slightly more contrast.
In low light, the images on the Lumia 1520 appear brighter than the iPhone 6.
Both perform well at getting the right white balance.
Of course, you don't just have to take his word for it, the photos over at the source link and in the video below are there for you to judge for yourselves. Mark's pretty handy when it comes to photography but he's right when he says that deciding which is "better" is pretty subjective. And Nokia – now Microsoft, of course – has done great things with cameras for a number of years now, so it's of no surprise that it's a close call.
So, check them out for yourselves and tell us which you prefer in the comments below!