Pixel 4 Vs Galaxy S20+ Vs iPhone 11 Pro Camera Review & Comparison

Hello welcome back to Pixel 4 Manual website, Hedi is here and today in special valentine edition I will comparing Pixel 4 Vs Galaxy S20+ Vs iPhone 11 Pro Camera Review & Comparison, this time I’m gonna show you real shots from the Galaxy S20+ and to compare them against the iPhone 11 Pro and the Pixel 4, please don’t consider this as a full camera comparison, all the shots were taken indoors at the Samsung store in Dubai Mall, so I wasn’t able to take full advantage of the device, however I tried to do my best to get you some shots from the Galaxy S20+ camera before anyone else, so let’s check the samples, but before getting started, let’s make sure you subscribe our Pixel 4 Manual User Guide Rss, so I will start my comparison with the main wide-angle sensor, which is 12 megapixel in all devices and then I will move to the new 64 megapixel sensor in the S20+, that gives you a 3x optical zoom and to compare it with 3x zoom the images from the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 Pro to see, if that big amount of megapixels will really make a difference and finally I will show you 8k video sample from the S20+, but it will be scaled down to 4k as YouTube doesn’t support 8k resolution yet, please note that the Galaxy S20+ unit I used is not the final version, so the quality might differ after the official release, so let’s start at the comparison and the here is the first image, when you look at the three side by side, you will see the Pixel image is the warmest and the iPhones image is the coolest and the S20+ is somewhere in between, but overall I like the cooler tone, so I prefer the look of the iPhones image here, when it comes to exposure the S20+ and the Pixel share the same approach, they underexposed the image, which will allow you to see the LED lights inside the 5G sign, while the iPhone showing the sign normally, as you see it in real life, so I do like the exposure of the iPhones image, more than the Pixel and S20+ when it comes to noise. The Pixel 4 shows a lot more noise than the other two phones, there S20+ used software sharpening to make things better and the iPhone is the best with the least amount of noise while keeping everything look natural and finally the details and it’s obvious that the iPhone’s image is the most detailed, where you can easily see the gap in the table with almost zero amount of noise. Read also our previous post about comparison between Pixel 4 XL vs Galaxy S20 Ultra specs, battery, speed, and camera!

Pixel 4 Versus Galaxy S20+ iPhone 11 Pro
Pixel 4 Versus Galaxy S20+ iPhone 11 Pro

The S20+ and the Pixel 4 didn’t do a great job here, the S20+ sharpened the image to a point the gap almost doesn’t exist in the image, while the Pixel shows more detail than the S20+, but with a very noisy image, so overall that when goes to the iPhone as it was the best in every way! the S20+ comes next as it has better exposure than the Pixel 4 and the less noise overall in this shot, the iPhone and the Pixel images looked very similar in exposure and white balance, while the S20+ shows warmer white balance than the two and the image is a little bit overexposed on the S20+, so I think the Pixel and the iPhone did better in exposure, while the white balance depends on your personal taste when it comes to noise all of them show a noticeable amount of noise, however, the Pixel has the most noisy image, while the iPhone and the S20+ used software sharpening to decrease the noise, however, I like the black color more in the Pixel image, as it’s darker and looks more black than the other two phones especially the S20+, as the black color looks almost a grey, also the colors coming from the Pixel image are buncher and looks better than the other two phones as well when it comes to details the Pixel shows more details than the other two phones, while the iPhone comes next and the S20+ comes third, so if I’m gonna pick one. I will go for the Pixel due to the better colors, more details, and balanced exposure. the iPhone comes in the second place, because it has balanced exposure more details and better colors than the S20+ and definitely the S20+ comes third because it overexposed the image had the least amount of details and washed-out colors, here is the final image before jumping to the next category, again the iPhone and the Pixel has similar white balance and exposure, while the S20+ once more overexposed the image, also all of them show same amount of noise, but this time the Pixel showed less noise than expected and it’s on the same level of the S20+ and the iPhone, however, the colors of the Pixel are buncher followed by the iPhone and the S20+ colors looks washed-out when it comes to details. I see the Pixel once more shows more details than the other two phones, followed by the iPhone and the S20+ comes third, so again the Pixel produced the best shot followed by the iPhone and the S20+ comes third.

Now let’s check the portraits the three images look very similar in colors exposure and white balance, however the big difference is in the subject isolation, the iPhone messed up the top half of the subject in a way, that produced unusable image the Pixel and the S20+ messed up different areas, however their images still usable the S20+ blurred the top left Android corners of the phone’s frame, however the Pixel blurred the lights reflection on the display, unlike the S20+ and also blurred, a small part of the phone frame at the top left corner, so I will call this one a draw between the S20+ and the Pixel while the iPhone comes next in this image, the Pixel produced the best-looking shot in terms of colors and exposure also, it’s the most detailed of the three as I can see, the texture on my gimbal and I can read the brand name easier too, however the S20+ sharpened the image and the texture on the gimbal doesn’t even exist same as the iPhone, however the Pixel once more messed up the area, where there is a light reflection on the display same as the iPhone and the only phone that managed to overcome, this issue is the S20+ and the light reflection didn’t impact the subject isolation, so overall the Pixel had the best-looking shot, while the s20 was the best in subject isolation and the iPhone messed up both of them, so it’s a draw between the S20+ and the Pixel and the iPhone comes, next now let’s check the selfie portraits at the first glance. I will definitely go for the Pixel shot because it has the most natural skin tone and the t-shirt color looks better than the other two phones, also it has the widest field of view and if we zoomed in the Pixel image has more details than the other two phones, so let’s compare the iPhone and the S20+ both of them have issues in different areas on the iPhone, that t-shirt color looks unnatural and the image is warmer than what it should be and it also has fewer details, while the S20+ has a very bright skin tone that looks unnatural, but still has better colors and more details so, in selfie portraits, the one goes to the pixel 4 followed by the S20+ and the iPhone comes third. Now let’s check the 3x zoom damages from the sixty-four megapixel of the S20+ side by side with the Pixel 4 and iPhone 11 Pro in the first image, the Pixel 4 strangely had washed out colors and overexposed image, which is the opposite to what happened with the same exact image taken with the main wide-angle sensor, while the iPhone and the S20+ this time had more saturated colors and the balanced exposure and the black looks a lot better than the Pixel, but what about the details of the 64-megapixel sensor in the S20+, so look at this the S20+ image is the worst when it comes to details is that because the big number of megapixels, is just for marketing purposes to let more people purchase the phone or maybe Samsung didn’t optimize the camera software yet to take advantage of the bigger sensor, so we will wait and see after the official release, that today for Google Pixel 4 versus Samsung Galaxy S20+ vs Apple iPhone 11 Pro camera reviews & comparison test, thank you all for comming to this website and the last “Happy Valentine Day 2020”

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