The HTC Titan gives you a 8 MP titan autofocus camera that has a few tricks under its belt : it utilizes a 28mm wide-angle F2. 2 lens as well as a BSI (back-side illuminated) sensor. The effect is stills of 3264x2448 pixels image resolution. It also features a 1. 3 MP front-facing titan video camera for self-portraits and video dialling.
What the fancy camera requirements actually mean in real life is that a result of the wide-angle lens it is possible to fit more into the snapshot than with regular 35 mm the len's phones. The F2. 2 aperture number shows that the phone's camera can capture images to comprehend light, which coupled with this BSI sensor produces very well-light graphics even in darker environments. More on that that you follow in the image quality section down the line.
The camera UI is pretty simple – you could have your viewfinder and some controls within the right. From top to bottom there're the still/video camera toggle, minute video-call camera toggle, virtual zoom buttons and a lengthy settings menu. On the left you could have an arrow that takes someone to the images taken with this camera, alternatively you can start a swipe gesture too.
The video camera app on Windows Phone delivers very extensive settings, ranging by scenes and effects to light balance, contrast, saturation, sharpness, ISO and even more.
Interestingly the camera key will wake the unit with a single press – that is certainly unlock it and start this camera. Unfortunately it doesn't operate the proximity sensor like before and from now on the camera app can be accidentally opened with your pocket.
The noise reduction is usually too aggressive, giving photos of which dreaded watercolor painting look. Element is smeared over but possibly then, there's still some coloration noise visible. The HTC Titan finds an even better balance between the clipping on the highlights and shadows than most but it really suffers from the same yellowish oversaturated colors for the reason that XE. There was a noticeable pink spot to the vast majority of samples too.
Photos in the dark while using the HTC Titan were noisy with quality detail. The flash was strong but but could possibly tint affecting the whole photography. Other than that low-light images are pretty usable.
The HTC Titan incorporates a wider angle lens that it is competitors, which gives it a good sharp edge in landscape shots, at the expense of lower fine detail and more lens distortion after you get up close.