Camera Comparison Between The Pixel 4 Vs The Galaxy Note 10

Hedi Ginanjar here and welcome back Pixel 4 Manual User Guide, today we are doing a camera comparison with the new Google phone and comparing that with the Samsung phone and this is Camera Comparison Between The Pixel 4 Vs The Galaxy Note 10, we’re going to be recording everything with these two devices. Let’s start into the specification to see how these cameras on these two smartphones actually compare, we’re gonna start things off with the Pixel 4 and it’s square camera module on the back, which contains two camera sensors, a standard 12 megapixel camera, and then a 16 megapixel camera, that’s paired with a 2 X optical zoom lens and both of these cameras can record 4k video at a maximum frame rate of 30 frames per second, then when we flip the phone around to the front, you’re looking at an 8 megapixel front-facing camera this can record 1080p video at maximum 30 frames per second, unfortunately it is missing that second front-facing camera, that we saw on last year’s pixel 3 with the ultra wide-angle lens and switching over here to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and it’s very reflective glass back, you’re looking at three camera sensors here with a standard 12 megapixel and then a 2x telephoto lens with a 12 megapixel sensor, as well and then a 16 megapixel sensor, that’s paired with an ultra wide-angle and something of the Pixel 4 definitely laughs and then when we flip things around to the front, you’re looking at a 10 megapixel camera and that’s able to record 4k video at 30 frames per second, while the main camera on the back of the note 10 can record 4k video at up to 60 frames per second, now that we have all of the hardware squared away.

Camera Comparison Between The Pixel 4 Vs The Galaxy Note 10
Camera Comparison Between The Pixel 4 Vs The Galaxy Note 10

Now let’s jump into some side-by-side photo and video comparisons between these two devices, to see how that hardware actually translates into those photos, that we capture take a look, as we’ve seen in other camera comparisons recording video in this room, this carpet here is a greyish blue, but the white balance difference between these two devices can definitely be seen with the Galaxy Note 10 making it look like, it’s gray kind of what like the iPhone 11 Pro manual user guide did, while the Pixel 4 makes it look like, it’s more of a sea blue, the lighting isn’t perfect today, as you can see outside, it is a cloudy day, but one of the other difference is that these two phones have even though, the Note 10 has three sensors on the back, it’s not able to actually use those sensors, while recording video while the Pixel 4 can take advantage of that 2x zoom, if you zoom in on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, it will crop into a digital zoom for that, not sure why Samsung implemented it this way, but it’s definitely a little bit disappointing not being able to take advantage of that hardware, of course every time I go to record video of neighbors renovation projects, sorry about the drilling noise here’s a look at the new pixel book and go in the detail, that you get out of both devices is really good at 4k, but with the Galaxy Note 10.1 an advantage in situations.

For record video with the front-facing camera of the Pixel 4 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and do have some differences here, as well the note can record 4k video at 30 frames per second, well the Pixel 4 is limited to 1080p video at 30 frames per second, both of them are using electronic image stabilization to keep the image as steady as possible, while recording video in low-light situations, this is gonna give you an idea of what to expect from these two devices, now the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 it does have three sensors on the back of the phone, but it actually doesn’t allow you to record video with all three of those sensors giving you digital zoom, while you’re recording and then there’s the ultra steady shot, which uses the ultra wide-angle lens and zooms in with electronic image stabilization to keep the video steady, but the Pixel 4 definitely has an advantage here being able to switch over while recording, through that secondary sensor with the 2x zoom, that’s gonna do it for this Camera comparison test between the Apple Pixel 4 versus the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 of a great job at capturing photos and videos, but when it comes to capturing photos, I think the Pixel 4 does have a little bit of an advantage, thanks to Google’s computational photography prowess and its ability to pull in much better dynamic range to expose more details in the shadows, that being said the Note 10 does come out ahead, when recording video especially with that front facing camera, since it can do four K video at 30 frames per second as opposed to the Pixel 4 1080p, let me know what you guys think of the results in the comments below and which device you would rather own to capture photos and videos, thank you guys so much for reading for more camera comparisons between the Pixel 4 and other devices and see you on next post and don’t forget to share and like this article.

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