OnePlus 2 Blind Camera Review vs iPhone 6, Galaxy S6, LG G4

Today we're testing the abilities of the main cameras for the OnePlus 2, the iPhone 6, the Galaxy S6, and the LG G4 up against one another in a blind battle. This review is up to you. Instead of telling you which device's camera we find most appealing, we've captured photos with each camera and are putting them up next to one another in a completely blind test. Readers such as yourself will vote on the photo you find most appealing – or the one you feel looks most accurate, sharpest, or most colorfully splendid. It's really up to you how you decide to vote.UPDATE: Polls closed! See the final results here!

The results here will show which photos are most universally appealing to SlashGear readers. As you'll see in the results of a test we did last month, it's not always the same device that wins with every photo. The results may end up surprising you.

Each image in each gallery has its own unique title. Please make sure you double-check the name of each photo before casting your vote, as the photos in each gallery are not necessarily in numerical order right out the gate. This test has been randomized as much as possible to ensure non-biased voting.

Photo 1: Wall

This first photo is captured in bright daylight. The photo is a stone wall covered with filler rocks.

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Photo 2: Plant

In an overgrown garden with ground focus. Note that in all four photos, tap-to-focus automatically decided to choose the ground over the top of the plant. We may be aiming for DSLR-quality photography and camera smarts, but we're not quite there yet!

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Photo 3: Clouds

This photo demonstrates the far-focus and super-light auto-adjustment abilities of the four smartphone cameras.

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Photo 4: Droids

Indoors with a single bright, slightly yellow light here in a studio-like environment, we've captured a set of Droids. These Star Wars action figures should give you just about as good an idea as possible of how much one device's camera differs from the next.

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Results will become available over the weekend. Expect a full run-down of which device did the best in this brief test, as well as why we believe each of these four photos had the votes it did. Stay tuned!