01 June 2017
Yesterday we showed you how the LG G6’s camera fared in comparison to Google’s Pixel XL to realize that the new flagship from LG outdid Google’s flagship in a lot many departments. Today we look at a comparison of pictures clicked through the LG G6 and last year's iPhone 7.
To start things with, the G6 packs a 13MP dual rear facing camera that features a 71-degree f/1.8 lens with phase detection autofocus and optical image stabilization. Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 also packs in both the Optical image stabilization and phase detect AF but it’s done through a lower-resolution 12MP shooter at the back which is coupled alongside its 75-degree wide angle f/1.8 lens.
Now we know how the phones’ cameras look on papers but would that be enough to compare the two? We don’t think so. Here’s how we can see how both these cameras perform under different conditions. Those in the left re-clicked by the LG G6 and on the right are pictures from an iPhone 7.
- The LG G6 isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
- The Google Pixel XL is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 319.
- The Apple iPhone 7 isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.