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Pixel 2 vs iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 portrait mode camera comparison

07 December 2017 4

69.7 x 145.7 x 7.8 mm
5 inches - 1920x1080 px
70.9 x 143.6 x 7.7 mm
5.8 inches - 2436x1125 px
74.8 x 162.5 x 8.6 mm
6.3 inches - 2960x1440 px
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Portrait mode photography on smartphones has improved a lot in recent times. It caught up everyone's attention when Apple launched the iPhone 7 Plus, the first iPhone with dual rear cameras. Since then, we have seen many smartphones releasing with a special focus on portrait mode aka Bokeh effect capabilities. Even though most of the smartphones rely on dual cameras to achieve the depth of field effect, there are a few smartphones like Google's Pixel 2 which do the same with the single lens.

This is the reason it makes sense to do a portrait mode camera comparison featuring smartphones with the dual as well as a single rear camera. In this comparison, we will have a look at the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and Pixel 2 to see what kind of results the offer with the same subject under similar conditions.

Here are the portrait mode camera samples:

So what do you think of the portrait shots clicked by each of these premium flagship devices? Do you think that the difference between a single camera and a dual camera shot is quite a significant one or minimal? Share your thoughts with us using the comments section below.

(last update 18 June 2018 @ 03:44)

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