Temporary Marjolein (mk)'s status on Wednesday, 01-Feb-17 13:31:38 UTC
@mmn Yes, the ethical aspect is important - but for me functionality comes first. It's not just about "technical specs", it's about the actual use I make of it. My current phone was carefully selected for just that. But forget about "interpolating" pictures. You can never get a better resolution from a lower one: you can get more pixels, but the image will be fuzzy. JPEF is lossy, and information that's no longer there cannot just be re-created out of nothing. More pixels gives you more to work with. The difference between 8MP (Fairphone) and 13.3MP (THL T100s) is huge. When buying my current phone I actually gave a better camera (2, even) priority over 4G support. So now I'm looking for a camera that's at least as good _with_ 4G support (and, as mentioned, absolutely dual-SIM, and MediaTek main chipset). I *use* these features, they're not just "nice to have".