Galaxy Note 8 ties iPhone 8 Plus in camera tests
The iPhone 8 Plus’s reign as “the best smartphone camera” was a mighty brief one. DxOMark, the testing outfit many look to for honest evaluations of cameras from DSLRs to telephones, gave Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 a 94, tying the iPhone and in some methods exceeding it.
While its video is merely nice and its background-blur algorithms unreliable, the Samsung gained on its competitors with its excellent element and shade in on a regular basis settings and super-fast autofocus. Its zoom additionally outperformed the iPhone’s.
Low gentle images additionally confirmed much less noise and extra element than its rivals, although HDR mode tended to clip highlights and extremely backlit topics didn’t end up properly. But everyone knows higher than to shoot in a darkish room towards a vivid window, proper?
Of course, lots will depend on what you need the camera for, whether or not you want this or that mode, and most significantly, whether or not you’d ever change from iOS to Android or vice versa.
But with a class-leading camera and show, the Note 8 is definitely wager when you’re deep into the cellular pictures sport. But with the Pixel 2 proper across the nook, you would possibly need to maintain onto your pockets for just a bit longer.
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