A quick coffee break
Although it sports a 12-megapixel camera, the Sprint Flash takes unimpressive photos. Here, a simple scene in front of a coffee shop is washed out on the left.
OK, don't move now
Not everything is a loss, however. Mannequins are sharp and in focus in this photo, and colors are accurately depicted.
The dark hues on the leaves underneath the flower petals are hard to distinguish.
At the museum
Hardly any information was captured at all underneath the cubed building on the left.
Again, the sky is washed out on the left, but the building and the metal sculpture are in focus.
A whale of a tale
This photo of a fence mural has colors that are true-to-life.
The bright-red hues of this flower are completely washed out and indistinguishable.
Ornament sighting on Second Street
Here, the details in the Christmas tree leaves are sharp with well-defined edges.
An orchid arrangement
The white balance depicted in these orchid petals are accurate.
Watch for magenta and red
As we've already seen before, the bright flower petals are highly saturated and washed out.
Stepping on water
This photo of the Contemporary Jewish Museum's front courtyard is one of the handful of good photos from the Sprint Flash.
In front of Bloomingdales
For the mannequin on the bottom right, the dark hues in its clothing are hard to make out.
Party with the pants
Though pant colors are vibrant, the white pair on the right is blown out.