Vic Gundotra (Ex-Google VP): If You Care About Great Photography, You Own an iPhone - XDA Developers (blog)

The name Vic Gundotra if pretty well known within the Android community as he used to lead Google's mobile division when he worked for them. He's likely more known for his contributions to services like Google+ though, but his work also touched other ...

Former Google executive says Android phone cameras are “years behind” the iPhone - Android Authority (blog)

Vic Gundotra, former Senior Vice President of Social at Google, doesn't seem to be a big fan of Android smartphone cameras phones. What's more, according to him, it's not the OEMs' fault, but Android's. In a Facebook post on his personal profile from ...

Ex-Google exec slams Android cameras, claims only iPhone owners care about 'great photography' - International Business Times UK

A former Google executive has irked Android smartphone users by claiming that those who "truly care" about photography on a mobile device should only ever buy an iPhone. In a Facebook post, former Google senior vice president of social, Vic Gundotra, ...

Ex Googler Says Android Phone Cameras 'Years Behind' the iPhone - Wccftech

Tightening the tiff between Android and iPhone, Vic Gundotra, former Senior Vice President of Social at Google said that Android's camera is “years behind” iPhone camera. Gundotra also said that the OEMs are not at fault for the lower camera quality ...

A former Google exec just made a great case for buying an iPhone over Android - BGR

Remember Vic Gundotra? If the name doesn't ring a bell, perhaps a quote will: “two turkeys do not make an Eagle.” Yes, he's the former Google executive who famously tweeted that zinger about the unholy union when Microsoft and Nokia first teamed up to ...

Former Google exec says iPhone camera's years ahead of Android - Mashable

Android phones might have larger screens, bigger batteries, and headphone jacks, but there's one thing the iPhone has going for it that's consistent every year: better cameras. It's not just Apple fans that thinks so, either. In a post shared on ...