By Joe Levi | November 24, 2011 11:56 AM
The latest flagship phone from Samsung and Google is the Galaxy Nexus. Its 5MP camera is set at the factory to record videos at 720p, but is capable of 1080p at 30fps. After bumping up the resolution and taking a trip to my front yard, here are the results.
From what I could see on-screen while recording, the image is remarkably clear, colors appeared true-to-life (although there aren’t that many colors to see in late Autumn). No retouching or editing has been done to the video so you can see exactly what kind of quality you can expect from your Galaxy Nexus.
Now that you’ve seen the video, what do you think? How were the colors? Did you notice any blurring or streaking? Does the audio meet with your expectations? Let us know in the comments!