If the Nokia 808 PureView was considered by many to be a camera with a phone, we are now then right in calling the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom a phone with a camera. …or vice versa.

Anyways, both of these phones are built with different concepts and principles in mind. The PureView achieves lossless zoom by cropping towards the sensors 1:1 ratio, while the Galaxy S4 zoom simply extends its optical lenses so that you can achieve 10x optical zoom for your images. Let’s see how the two stack up against each other!

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