Google launched its latest high-end smartphones—Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro—on October 18. These devices come equipped with 120Hz OLED displays, Android 12, Google’s own Tensor processor, Titan M2 security chipset, phenomenal camera upgrades, and bigger batteries. While the reviews of the Pixel 6 Pro haven’t been published yet, we can have a first glance at the Pixel 6 camera sample, courtesy of Reddit. The Pixel 6 Pro’s camera quality was compared with that of the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max in low-light conditions. If we have a look at the camera comparison between the Pixel 6 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max, we can see that the Pixel 6 Pro handily beats the iPhone 13 Pro Max in low-light conditions.
Google Pixel 6 Pro Beats iPhone 13 Pro Max In Low-Light Image Comparison
The image shows that the image captured using the Pixel 6 Pro is overall brighter and has more details. It also features better colours and dynamic range compared to the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max. and better quality in comparison to that of the photo taken with the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
To recall, Google is using a 50MP primary camera in its flagship smartphones. Earlier, the company was using a very old 12.2MP Sony IMX363 sensor in the Pixel 3, Pixel 5, and the Pixel 5A. The 50MP wide-angle camera is equipped with an F1.9 aperture, OIS, and omnidirectional autofocus. In default mode, the 50MP image is converted into 12.5MP after the 4-in-1 pixel binning process. Google claims that this larger sensor can capture 150% more light than the Pixel 5.
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Also, thanks to the Google Tensor chipset, the ML (Machine Learning) of the camera have been improved. The 50MP sensor on the Pixel 6 Pro is accompanied by a 48MP telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom and a 12MP ultrawide camera. The phone can record up to 4K 60fps videos in HDR.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max uses a 12MP primary camera (wide) with an F1.5 aperture. The primary sensor has dual-pixel PDAF and sensor-shift OIS. The rest of the sensors which the iPhone 13 Pro Max include 12MP telephoto and 12MP ultrawide sensor. There’s also a TOF 3D LiDAR scanner that captures depth information.
Want to know more about the iPhone 13 Pro Max? You can read our full review here, where we have published all the photos, benchmark test results, and battery life results.
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