AnonD-705263, 04 Oct 2017Absolutely no way the single camera on Pixel is better than the iPhone X's dual camera with ad... moreAre you feeling angry cos of how much you paid for iPhone 8 plus or going to pay for iPhone X for nearly the same thing?
Opt, 05 Oct 2017the camera sensor from the new Pixels is it also from Sony? just askingSince I know, the U11 use a Sony 362 1.40µm main sensor, the Pixel 2 ... I don't know. We must wait , I believe, till the teardown of them.
the camera sensor from the new Pixels is it also
from Sony? just asking
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2017The iPhone 4k at 60fps is the real dealWith all my respect, no. Or are you going to edit videos and with a separate audio recording equipment so that it has the same audio quality as the phone's camera and then mix them? The image is not everything, only a part.
The iPhone 4k at 60fps is the real deal
AnonD-705263, 04 Oct 2017Absolutely no way the single camera on Pixel is better than the iPhone X's dual camera with ad... moreThe sound in the videos recorded with iPhone 8 Plus was really desilusional for me compared with cheaper phones. Let me doubt that it in the iPhoneX it'll be better till I hear it. It doesn't matter how good is the image if the sound is bad in a video. Only good or the better if what matters for you are the photos and nothing more.
Firstly, how does that sub-score translate to 98? Secondly, did they just regress in sensor size and quality and just slapped some nice processing on top? The samples don't really look that spectacular. How is that possible?
Absolutely no way the single camera on Pixel is better than the iPhone X's dual camera with advanced hardware/software/machine learning processing, portrait lighting, vertical dual ois. No way.
How can a phone with single camera lens has the same quality result in Bokeh effect, compare to Note 8 which has same score, 45? And even Note 8 and iphone 8 plus get smoked in video results. Not to mention that they are using Pixel 2 instead of Pixel 2 XL.
Sony fanboys on suicide watch
I miss a parameter in that DoX benchmark and even if understand that they are centered in image. I ask... What about the sound in the video? It doen't matter if your video has an excelent image quality if after record it you are forced to delete it due a horrible sound quality or the level forcing you to edit it if posible.
Even between to models of the same brand de difference can be high:
I'll never buy a expensive phone (again), without take in account how good it the audio recording video.
Camera on the Pixel 2 is the only thing I am interested in. Waiting for GSMArena's review of the Pixel 2 to verify the DxOMark's results which seems kinda shady because its just got officially announced today. It would be nice if Nokia reintroduces the PureView technology in their upcoming smartphones, that thing will destroy every other phone in terms of camera performance.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2017In your opinion a youtuber has more knowledge about photos than photographers.. LMAO until... moreLOL... He said that because in youtube videos we can watch the actual footage of the camera so we can personally decide if it's good or not. They record the footages live from the camera when testing a camera. Have you ever seen their videos tho?
I warned you all. DxO is rigged. There's nothing that money can't buy. NOTHING.
(Ok maybe not an elevator to space. Google tried...)
how can a phone that has not been released in the market, already had this score? I smell something Fishy..
When the iPhone 8 been tested, Apple fans the people who were always to discredit DxOMark they celebrated and they loved DxOMark, then Samsung fanboys were one of the people to accuse DxO with bias, when the note 8 scored high as much as the iPhone 8 "despite both cameras performances are noticeably deferent" Samsung fans celebrated they love DxO, now after the ridiculous high score of the Google pixel "which barely been announced few hours earlier" both Apple and Samsung fans are discrediting DxO. Hehe
Oathbreaker, 04 Oct 2017I'm not buying. I'm not in love with Google HDR+ algorithm. HDR always makes photos look yello... moreThere is a version of the Google camera with different processing modes. You can use it to correct for a yellowish tint if you have one. I had a magenta tint on my photo's with a Xiaomi MI5 using the app, and it corrected it perfectly.