iPhone XS’s camera Beats iPhone X, but not Google Pixel
Apple gives us a really nice description about the new camera of the iPhone Xs.
They say Sensors, processors, algorithms and you. An innovative dual-camera system integrates the ISP, the Neural Engine and advanced algorithms to unlock new creative possibilities and help you capture incredible photos.
4K video and wider stereo playback. iPhone XS shoots the highest quality video of any smartphone. With better low-light performance. Extended dynamic range in videos up to 30 fps. Stereo recording. And stereo playback with wider sound separation.
It ahs a dual 12MP camera, f/1.8 for the wide angle lens, f/2.4 for the telephoto lens, comes with a dual optical image stabilization and a beautiful 4k video at 60fps.
This, when compared to the pixel’s cameras, gets a bit dull, on the flip side the google camera give u a 12.2MP camera, f/1.8, 27mm, 1/2.55", 1.4µm, OIS, dual pixel PDAF & laser AF . 2160p@30fps (gyro-EIS), 1080p@30/60/120fps (gyro-EIS), 720p@240fps (gyro-EIS).
So without any doubt ignoring the other facts, Google pixel camera still remains probably the best camera a smartphone can have.
Of course, a lot of the differences are going to be subjective, and that’s fine. The Pixel 2 and the iPhone XS both pack incredible cameras. The pixel still produces the most detailed photos, but the new iPhone closes the gap
Google's Pixel give the best details in one image. So for now as far as the camera is concerned, Pixel stays on the top.