iPhone X vs Note 8 vs Pixel 2 vs the Hasselblad X1D. It's closer than you might think!
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No doubt Pixel 2 is the best out right now, but I’m still cool and happy with my iPhone X 😎🤙🏽 as long as it’s not taking flip phone quality photos, I’m grateful 🙌🏽🤓 Also, these cameras are only gonna get better and better in years to come 🕺🏻💃🏻
You didn't mention the portrait mode in nexus and first gen pixel devices where camera is being moved forward while shooting the picture in order to calculate the depth of field. This mode makes sense in faking shallow depth of field with inanimate objects, where there are no people in frame for reference.
Well technically speaking Apple is the first one to create Full touch phone 2007, Portrait Mode, Touch ID, Face Id, Tablet, touch watch, Wireless , drops the headphones jack, even tho am no deluded fan of Apple, the rest tech companies just seem to follow apple. Why can’t they just create something new and original. I’m tired of all tech companies producing same phone every year.
I have being using mid range phones for the last couple of years lg g4 and g5, that I pay in the 250 dollars range. I am now using the iphone 8 plus, and my experience is not so good at all, iphone grip is terrible, very easy to drop, no possible to use it in the bed, spotify do not work with the watch WTF!, the screen looks very good not sure if as good as the s8 of my wife, but OS experience being marketed as the best OS ever, is terrible, is easy for old man I guess, but trying to do stuff like selecting text, copy and paste between apps is terrible slow having to wait for all effects to happen before being able to do what you want, navigation sucks!!! using whatsup and going back and fordward for example sending many images is tedious, with android all was super practical and fast. the fingerprint sensor do not work well if it is whet and the tactic feedback do not work in a surface. My conclusion android phones for doing regular day to day stuff, so much practical and fast.
Just saying I pay more than 1200 dollars, and really not seeing were the money goes besides being supper pretty
The Pixel 2 has the best looking pictures with its single camera but I was surprised how much dislike the Note 8 pictures. The colours are awful. Over exposed skies, and MK's skin looks orangy. Terrible.
One thing I think you could have touched on is how they perform outside of a controlled environment or ideal lighting conditions. I think the delta in quality between smartphones and dedicated cameras would be a lot greater in low light or for candid moments. The results are still admirable for the effect they are going for.