1080p Video Quality Test of the Samsung Galaxy S II

The Samsung Galaxy S II was one of the first phones to feature full 1080p video recording at 30 frames per second. Today we will take a look at the quality of the video recording with a quick test video.

I was pleased with quality of the video recording. Although full 1080p has a weird, almost 2X digital zoom effect to it that I did not like. If I were going to use the video recording feature regularly, I would stick to the 720p setting. The quality is almost as good and it does not have that weird zoom effect. Pinch to zoom also works fine in 720p, but is not supported in full 1080p recording.

Overall Samsung has done a good job with the camera. The average user should be very pleased with the performance.

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Tony has been a tech enthusiast most of his life. From mobile devices to gaming, he likes shiny gadgets that make noise. When not doing reviews he can usually be found cycling the local roads around Kincardine were he's lived most of his life. Or at Tim Hortons.

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  • http://www.MobileJaw.com Mike Temporale

    That’s very weird with the zoom in look on the1080 video. And seeing the two videos beside each other, I kind of like the 720 better. I should do the same test with this xperia ray. Wonder how well it will do.

    • Tony Bowers

      I’d be curious to see how it is too. Sony is known for putting some pretty good cameras into their phones.