Anonymous, 20 Oct 2017They should pit iPhone X, Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Pixel 2 togetherMate 10 Pro, Note 8 and Iphone X... these devices are the ones they should compare with.
phone a is an iphone-8+ with no doubt and phone b is samsung galaxy note 8 , how i know? look at the colors of images so unnatural phone b is
from my past experience phone B is must be a apple device.phone A has oversharping artificial effects all over the place in 1:1 images and much noise that come with it.in low light one note 8 as phone A have the edge probably because better autofocus system and better experience that samsung have with that case.
and in last one we clearly see how apple try to punch more color in iphone 8s camera (Although it isn't everybody's taste)
Interesting, I voted for A for each of the tests and believe that to be the iPhone because Apple are good at more natural colours whilst Samsung are slightly brighter. And I'm a Note users. (I had an iPad Pro 9.7 and the camera was superb, very realistic colour and dynamic range.) But Samsung images are like that from Canon DSLRS, although I cannot explain what I mean by that, but it's very slightly artificial, but not so much that it's unpleasant.
Both have their merits, but I opt for Samsung because they provide way more control over both still and video recording and I prefer the UX.
I think phone b is note8 and phone a is iphone8+ other than low light most of phone b are better
original images with highest quality cameras should be provided for proper comparison of color reproduction.
There should be more phones in the blind test. When there is only 2 which are drastically different in color reproduction, it is not blind anymore.
Note 8 can be easily identified (at least I believe).
They should pit iPhone X, Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Pixel 2 together
You know that phone B is the note 8 because of the wider focal length on both cameras. So long as the crops are 1:1 it's impossible to get the exact same frame
I have seen some photo samples of the Pixel 2 and it's quite impressive, i think GSMarena should put another blind camera test with the Pixel 2 vs Note 8 vs iPhone 8 Plus.
Well I couldn't pick based on how realistic the colors are BECAUSE I wasn't physically nor mentally there when and where these photos were taken. Which means any of my comparison to which between the two stills produces colors closer to reality is a bust. I'd rather judge based on detail preservation and sharpness, instead
Phone B is Note 8 - The much wider angle lens. Funny that it has managed to outshine the iPhone on telephoto.
Man, I love these blind camera shootouts. Would like to see these more often
scene 1 & 2 &3
Phone A -iphone
phone B- note 8
phone A- note 8
phone B- iphone
I got the feeling phone B is note 8 and Phone A is iPh8+ but knowing samsung. the shootouts of the samsung phones always made way-too-lively colors as well.. so a teeny tiny part in me thinks otherwise. let's see tomorrow who wins.
It's plain obvious that the PHONE B is the Galaxy Note 8 due to its dynamic range and the saturation of colors are way ahead than PHONE A which is the iPhone 8 Plus.
Plus, pixels are way better on the PHONE B rather than the PHONE A. The outdoor scene was very hard to vote on, but yea, all of my votes are PHONE B.
It's easy to know that Phone B is the Note 8 as Samsung adds a blurring effect to fight those ugly jagged edges and noise reduction artifacts that Apple seems to love.
The one with the playground I chose Apple (Phone A) as it had more realistic colors and such but the rest is Phone B (Note 8).