Samsung Galaxy S10 + vs Pixel 3 XL : caméras combien avez-vous besoin ?

Samsung Galaxy S10 + vs Pixel 3 XL : caméras combien avez-vous besoin ?

Samsung Galaxy S10+ vs Pixel 3 XL: How many cameras do you need?

Avant de comparer un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de regarder les actualité tous les jours de manière gréable ?

Samsung Galaxy S10 + vs Pixel 3 XL : caméras combien avez-vous besoin ?



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15 réflexions au sujet de “Samsung Galaxy S10 + vs Pixel 3 XL : caméras combien avez-vous besoin ?”

  1. Man, how awesome is that ultra wide angle camera. Really hope Samsung is able to give us something in the Note 10 that can rival the low light powers of the Huawei and Pixel lines.

  2. Having used both, Samsung’s photo processing is still shitty. Face textures always come out muddled and in general unless you’re taking a picture outdoors in well-lit environments, the results are variable.

    But it’s not about the number of cameras. I’d get a pixel with a wide angle rear cameras in a heartbeat. The wide angle was one of the reasons I picked up the S10e. You can’t reproduce that with software.

  3. To me, saying the Pixel is the best camera phone, when having one camera is ridiculous. Having a wide angle lens gives you way more than the slight advantage you can have from standard pictures on the Pixel. Don’t even get me started on the shit video from the Pixel.

    Personally I don’t care at all about the portrait mode (which is shit in every single phone and looks obviouly fake all the time for me, others make like it though) nor Night Sight (since I don’t like a night picture looking like midday and super blurry when zooming in, it’s cool and decent if you only look it on the phone, imo).

    I still wish that Samsung had improved the tele and standard cameras to make them better, since they seem to be the same as the previous ones, but I think the small image quality disadvantage is more than compensated with the wide angle (and tele when there’s proper light for it).

    Hopefully Pixel 4 gets proper hardware this time, and the Note 11/S12 gets an update on the cameras as well.

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