Now are the times when there is humongous variation in camera phones available in the market. There is no denying the fact that a power packed android phone offer best of the features to its users but can it be compared with iPhone.
Undeniably, android phone came like a breath of fresh air for the people that cannot afford iPhones. They are cheaper and have large market of apps and software. But can they live up to the standard of iPhone or ever tilt the iPhone market even slightly from where it has been standing for years? The answer is “NO”.
iPhone has always ruled the market and as far as technology is concerned, it can never be dethroned from its position.
Vic Gundotra, the former senior VP at Google doesn’t seem to like android phones very much. What is his take on these phones is not actually the fault of the technology but the makers.
A weekend ago, there was a FB post on his personal profile where Vic mentioned that it is like the end of an era for DSLR cameras. He illustrated his post with a picture of iPhone in portrait mode. The comment that was passed with the post was “Stunning picture quality”.
On the post, a commenter posted about the camera clarity of Samsung S8 for which Gundotra showed his discontent and continued saying that “Android phones are not meant for photography”. He further mentioned that its not the hardware that causes the problem for android makers but it is the overall making.
The rudest comment on Android made by Gundotra was “if you truly care about great photography, you own an iPhone, if you don’t mind being years behind then buy an Android”.
Considering the fact that Vic has been associated with Google which itself is a producer of Android Smartphones yet he has hardly used these phones and personally recommends people for buying iPhones.
Android has made a huge market for itself in all the nations of the world but yet there are people like Vic who completely disagrees with the camera quality of the phones. Vic hasn’t commented on anything else in the android phones but particularly on the camera quality.
If we see the camera quality of iPhone then it is hard to compare it with any other phone in the world. Gundotra’s comment has made the existence of Android phone questionable and if it is coming from the VP in sales of Google then there has to be something that Android users have been missing on for so long.