Camera Comparison Between Pixel 4 Vs LG V60
Hello everyone, I’m Hedi from Pixel 4 Manual is back here, Today I will share about Camera Comparison Between Pixel 4 Vs LG V60 and it feels like it’s day 275 of the coronavirus, lockdown even though, we’ve only been locked up for less than a week, now but since we’re all just sitting at home, twiddling our thumbs. I thought I would put together a camera comparison between the Google Pixel 4 and the all new LG V 60 ThinQ, which I’m using to record right now with the 13-megapixel ultra wide camera on the back of the phone, now as I do in all of these chemical persons, everything that you see in this comparison is recorded with these two smartphones, so make sure you keep an eye on the bottom of the screen to see which device is being used, so with that let’s jump into the specs to see how the cameras on these two devices, actually compare looking at the camera sensors on the Pixel 4, you get two cameras on the back of the phone, you get a 12-megapixel main sensor and a 16 megapixel 2x telephoto and then flipping things around to the front-facing camera, you’re looking at a 10-megapixel sensor, there that can record 1080p video at 30 frames per second, while the rear cameras are able to capture 4k video at 30fps, as well on the LG v 60 ThinQ get a little bit more complicated with three cameras on the back of the phone a 64-megapixel main sensor. 13-megapixel ultra-wide and then a 0.3-megapixel time-of-flight sensor and then, if we look up front you get a 10-megapixel front-facing camera, that one can record 4k video at 60 frames per second. As can The LG V60 main sensor, which can also be bumped up to 8k at 28 frames per second and then the ultra-wide photo on the back of this phone can only capture 4k video at 30 frames per second. Don’t forget to read also our previous comparison between The Galaxy Z Flip Vs The Pixel 4.
Now that we have the specs of these two phones all squared away. Let’s jump into some side-by-side photo and video comparisons between the LG v 60 and the Pixel 4 to see how they compare in day-to-day use when it comes to video capture from the front-facing cameras of these two devices, you’re looking at something completely different, 1080p at 30 frames per second from the Pixel 4 and then a 4k video at 60 frames per second from the LG V 60 ThinQ. Now this is something that we’ve seen on a couple of other devices as well, but from what we can tell, so far the LG v 60 seems to do a little bit better than other devices that we have compared and here you’re looking at video from the rear cameras on both of these devices, 4k video at 30 frames per second on the Pixel core and 4k video at 60 on the LG v 60 ThinQ and as you can see here in Cleveland things are a little bit slow tonight, there’s a movie theater up here that’s typically open, but it’s closed again everyone is pretty much on lockdown due to the coronavirus and honestly this the noise here with the road and the cars passing by couldn’t pick any louder environment, in order to record this and that’s gonna do it for this camera comparison between the LG V60 and the Pixel 4.
Now there’s a lot to like about both of these devices when it comes to photos, but unfortunately for the Pixel, it looks like the LG V60 does, has a really big upper hand when it comes to video capture. Let me know what you think of the results in the comments and which device you would rather own on a daily basis to capture photos and videos, thank you guys so much for reading this Camera comparison test between Google Pixel 4 versus LG V60 ThinQ, we do have more LG V60 camera comparisons coming up, so make sure you subscribe to the website to see those as soon as they’re online, thanks again and have a great day and hopefully avoid from coronavirus Covid 19 and see you on next Pixel 4 Xl vs LG V60 ThinQ speed test comparison and bye for now.