After the launch of One Plus 8 last week, One Plus finally introduced the best-in-class operating system on Android along with others such as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra or Pixel 4 XL. So far without sacrificing anything along the way, the brand was betting heavily on its 8, which it was first compared to price and competitive flags.
Because of this, the Internet has launched to make comparisons of devices with the best camera yet, too Despite being an Android field, the iPhone 11 Pro was among the opponents to beat. So we take a look at the most common comparisons they've made from the PhoneArena medium towards the One Plus 8 against the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Google Pixel 4 XL and iPhone 11 Pro so they know which one of them is putting in the best and most balanced camera. In advance? The result is an apple flavor.
To deal with these 4 terminals Various scenarios were found including all types of images and the largest number of scenes, the exact same shots were taken for each of them and each image compared in detail. At each stage we will leave you a comparative picture of them, but if you want to see the results in high resolution do not hesitate to go to ArticleArena which is a bit to do a little pixel recognition.
The first scene
For this first catch, it was chosen by the church of the preceding church to create a sharp image that incorporates many details into its facade, as well as the bright sky that meteorologists have to manage to achieve the highest accuracy with their blue color.
At 4 terminals in the first incident Both Pixel 4 XL, S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro came out with the same 8/10 points, leaving the One Plus 8 with 7/10 with a worse grade. The powerful range he displays is behind his opponents, not being able to get the shadows as successful as others and giving a critical look to the image.
The iPhone shines because it holds blueBut he's in a hurry to control the white halo that appears when the giant spider encounters the sky because of HDR. However It's a tool that can get a lot of information out of the shadows without leaving it flat as well as finding unique drama while keeping the details in the church's facade.
The second scene
This second shot converts light, this time into a sequence, and shows the base of the structure in the shade while the sun-generated flare places these cameras on the ropes.
Right now it's the winning Galaxy S20 Ultra. While everyone treats the burn well or slightly, in addition this Samsung is able to get some extra difference in the facade, which makes your image very deep and attractive. One Plus and iPhone come out with complimentary scenes with unique contrast and flexibility and the Pixel 4 XL offers exactly the darkest image.
Scores in this case are 9/10 for Samsung, 8/10 for iPhone, 7/10 for One Plus and 6/10 for Google's terminal.
The third condition
In this case we are in a square with flowers and pictures in the center, in the background with a gray background and on the right back is a pink / red building.
We see that in this case The iPhone handles the incident very well, achieving bright and sharp colors without excessive lubrication, and the reproducibility of the condition is excellent. Behind the iPhone is the Samsung model, which achieves color production very similar to that of an Apple device, but is extremely dark in shadows, leaving for example half a photo's shadow without details.
The One Plus in its segment is a little too faithful to the original colors, which highlights the pink of the facade of the backyard on the right and does not reach the level of color production of other flowers. The Pixel 4 XL also darkens the image, giving it a more subdued feel to the overall image.
Scores in this case are 10/10 for iPhone, 9/10 for Samsung, 8/10 for Pixel 4 XL and 6/10 for One Plus 8, which keeps it from being honest about the event.
The fourth scene
In this case the sun is right behind us and the cameras should handle the difference between the sun and the shade in the building's courtyard, keeping the details of the shadows while controlling the highlights.
Both iPhone and Samsung create powerful scenes with great detail, you control the S20 Ultra to soften the areas of light a bit and the iPhone loses a little sharpness in the shadows when we zoom in, thanks to the height of these.
The One Plus 8 is compact and leaves in excellent condition, though out of sight. For its part, the Pixel 4 XL is the most laid-back, though it managed to retrieve so many shades of detail correctly, giving it the usual image contrast of this, giving it a flattering feel.
IPhone and S20 Ultra score 9/10 in this case, One Plus 8 an 8/10 and Pixel a 7/10.
The fifth condition
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So we get to the fifth sample and the means of displaying the 4 terminals enter the scene. Now The Pixel 4 XL is a clear winner, because its camera is better capable of understanding the distances and depth of each flight., thus achieving the best blur of 4, scored 9/10. Behind the Google device, the iPhone 11 Pro Max achieves the most effective position, though it can pinpoint the depth of the aircraft and the Pixel and this creates a strange feeling in the space between the title, the fence and the structure which means behind, achieving 8/10.
Samsung did much better by seeing the title from other things on the scene, but it works well for a photo that greatly reduces the intensity of the scene, leaving her with a 7/10. The worst stop for this 6/10 event is the One Plus 8, which has difficulty distinguishing between the title and the plane to create a supernatural blur in places where it doesn't fit, and it fills in the colors by giving an artificial element to the image.
We reached one of the most critical points, night scenes without using night mode. This is the weakest point of the iPhone 11 Pro, for the darkest 4 and for the loudest sound. On the contrary, it is able to retrieve many details from the shadows and its colors are good
The best in this area are the Pixel 4 XL and One Plus 8, which produce any sound and are pretty powerful range. The Pixel is the sharpest, but like the One Plus it fills in the colors of the scene. His grades are 9/10.
Samsung Samsung S20 does it well, it's limited but leaves a yellow tint in place, which is why it sits among its rivals at 8/10.
The seventh scene
Unlike previous comparisons, in this case comparisons have night mode available for each active controller. Both Pixel 4 XL and One Plus 8 are doing a different job here, getting a really good picture, being a little darker in One Plus but both reinventing the situation.
Next we get the iPhone 11 Pro, which reproduces the image very similar to the Pixel 4 XL but gets a little less of a highlight than Google. Depending on the scene this might make it look more natural, but in this case the Pixel wins by being able to achieve more detail.
Completing the Global S20 Ultra achieves the darkest image of all time. In addition, its tendency to use a sharp layer on the scene causes halos to flash lights. In any case, it is a very attractive place as it contains additional differences.
In this case the 9/10 scores of the Pixel 4 XL and One Plus 8, the iPhone comes in at 8/10 and the Green S20 Ultra sits at 7/10.
To complete a sample of 4 device front cameras. At this stage the iPhone stands as an innocent winner, displaying an almost flawed image that it is overweight. After the iPhone, the One Plus 8 closely follows a more compact image but slightly colder than the iPhone. Third place goes to Samsung, which though achieves the most lost natural skin tones compared to its competitors, and eliminating the Pixel 4 XL remains in last place by showing the darkest and coolest image, Although it retains the detail, it gives the feeling of applying some sort of aesthetic to the skin.
In this category then the iPhone wins with 10/10, followed by the One Plus 8 with 9/10, the Global S20 Ultra with 8/10 and the Pixel 4 XL with 7/10.
IPhone is a very versatile tool
If we make a sum and a portion of the notes we will see how the first place of this division goes to those from Certertino, limiting to perfection in a balanced way, being its only weak point for images of darkness if we don't use night mode.
Typical results are as follows:
In the second place samsung to keep up the amazing work, followed by the newly announced One Pixel 4 XL camera and the recently announced One Plus 8, which, despite the fact that this year features a high-end camera that is facing some tough opponents who spend a lot of time investing in their devices with the best cameras of each generation every year.