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iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 vs Pixel XL vs Mi 6 camera comparison

12 December 2017 4

This is a smartphone camera comparison featuring the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Google Pixel XL, and Xiaomi Mi 6. Like always, this comparison is aimed at trying to find out which one of these flagships features a better smartphone camera. This is the reason test comprises of shots taken under different lighting situations to make sure that these smartphones are measured under different factors. There are also Portrait mode shots because these are appearing to be in the trend nowadays.

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
75.7 x 154.7 x 8.6 mm
5.5 inches - 2560x1440 px
70.5 x 145.2 x 7.5 mm
5.15 inches - 1920x1080 px
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Before we get started with the camera test, let's first talk about the technical aspect of each of these flagships' camera setup.

Galaxy Note 8 iPhone X Pixel XL Mi 6
Resolution Dual 12MP Dual 12MP 12MP Dual 12MP
Aperture f/1.7 and f/2.4 f/1.8 and f/2.4 f/2.0 f/1.8 and f/2.6
Senser Size 1/2.6" - 1/2.3" 1/2.9"
Pixel Size 1.4 + 1μm 1.25μm 1.55μm 1.25 + 1μm
Focal Distance 26 + 52mm 28+52mm 26mm 27+52mm
Front Camera 8MP with f/2.0 7MP with f/2.2 8MP with f/1.7 8MP with f/2.2

You might already know or you can also notice from the table, Google's Pixel XL is the only smartphone on the list which has a single rear camera. All the remaining ones offer a dual camera setup. So with that out of the way, let's get started with photo samples.

So, what do you think of the camera samples? We know that we have not mentioned names of the smartphones which means you have to guess which sample was taken from which flagship? You can share your guesses with us using the comments section below. We will be unveiling the real smartphone names for each sample next week.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 09:03)



iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 vs Pixel XL vs Mi 6 camera comparison
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It's not very convenient to remember the names of the phones each time I see the 4 images. Instead of that "smartphone 1", "smartphone 2", how good it'd have been to write the names.


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