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Wider shots pack a more than acceptable level of detail

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Brighter scenes do well, although can look slightly over saturated when viewed on a computer screen

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The two shots above were taken using the autofocus to adjust the white balance by tapping on separate areas of the screen

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Smile shot works very well - although we suspect 'handsome mode' was also engaged

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HDR processing actually took quite some time, and the results aren't quite up there

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Panoramas were easily and quickly taken on the Galaxy S3, but be aware of changing light levels

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Cartoon mode. Point? None

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The Galaxy S3 struggles somewhat in lower light, thanks to a last-gen sensor

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Night mode is OK, but this is the fifth attempt at a shot with very, very minimal movement

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The flash is super bright, and you'll need to sit further away to get anything good

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This is our other cat. We didn't want her to feel left out

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phones and Tablets Editor

Gareth (Twitter, Google+) has been part of the mobile phone industry from the era of the brick to the tiny device in the pocket... and now watching them grow back up to behemothic proportions once more. He's spent five years dissecting all the top phones in the world as TechRadar's Phones and Tablets Editor, and still can't resist answering the dreaded question - "which new phone should I get?" - with 15 choices.