The iPhone X is the first to fall here, with a washed-out sky and a lack of detail, and it looks pixelated when zooming in. Using the rear cameras and flash, the S9+ has much more detail, but you still get that distracting flash effect. Outlook These photos samples are just from our first day of shooting with the Galaxy S9+, so I'm definitely not jumping to any conclusions yet. I believe this to be the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, which managed to better capture my skin tones and has slightly better-exposed shadows. As it wasn't long ago that the Samsung released the and Apple introduced the , we're going to sit them side-by-side so we can compare the specs, size, price and other qualities each smartphone has to find out, on paper, which comes out on top. The Galaxy S9 Plus shot a much softer photo. It all comes down to which platform you prefer.
I think it took a better photo, even if it was a little darker. Switching to the telephoto lenses, the S9+ performed much better in every single way. Landscape — iPhone X Panoramic These panoramic shots are incredible. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus iPhone X It seems the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus won't get out of this shootout completely unbeaten. Everything there is to know about Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ has already leaked, from their specs and design to pricing and, a release date and a preorder date.
After , we think the S9+ offers enough extra features and performance to justify its higher price tag. Using flash, the Samsung's image was no longer blurry, but the face was distractingly bright compared to the background. On all three smartphones, the bezel is much smaller so the phones can feature a larger screen while still remaining compact, giving you a better viewing experience without taking out even more room in your bag or pocket if you have deep ones. Naturally, less complex hairlines will work much better. Huawei has their latest flagship smartphone and the is definitely a conversation starter so much so, we're wondering if it could actually persuade Samsung and Apple users to consider a switch controversial, we know. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus iPhone X The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus photo is much more balanced than its iPhone X counterpart.
But which one is best for you, and how do they differ? However, its most exciting feature by far is DeX, the platform that turns a Galaxy smartphone into a desktop computer. The grass on the right is wonderfully natural hue, the sky a baby blue, and the water reflective and cooling. The frame has plenty of color, different levels of detail train, plants, buildings and direct sunlight. The highlights on the green pepper are better with the iPhone too. Both displays are stunning, and comfortably the best on the market today.
The took two category wins, and a single runner-up prize. Software Finally, the software experience. The video options, in particular, are ahead of the Pixel 2 thanks to being able to capture at four times the frame rate, allowing for super-slow-motion video at the same level as the current iPhone range. The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus did a better job with exposure, but messed up on the tint, which is a little on the violet side. Your phone has plenty of great features that the Galaxy S9 doesn't have, and that list is coming soon.
The telephoto lens is pretty much identical to the one on last year's model, but the wide-angle lens on both the feature something we've never seen before in a smartphone — a dual aperture system that works by automatically switching between two f-stop modes to adapt to different lighting conditions. We know how much you care about device cameras, lets see how Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and the iPhone X face to face in a camera shootout. Samsung has been banishing bezels since the days of the S6 Edge, and now it's focusing on shrinking the top and bottom. It managed to create an accurate bokeh effect and keep the details of my face and hair intact. Specs are one thing, but a good camera needs to take good pictures. Taking a selfie in auto mode, the S9+ turned its shutter speed down so low that it came out blurry.
Samsung vs Apple photo battle — The Sun's verdict The real winner here is you, the consumer. When it comes to flagship smartphone cameras, Samsung is well-known for pulling out the all stops in order to beat the competition, leveraging both high-quality, and cutting-edge software techniques. We are not only talking about the train. Winner: Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Landscape Samsung Galaxy S9+ iPhone X Things are not always better where the sky is more blue. The iPhone X was huge step in the right direction for Apple, and while the S9 is certainly a minor update, it remains a great phone. The Huawei P20 Pro goes in the other direction, darkening the scene, particularly on the building.
Selfie camera samples, Galaxy S9+ What sets the iPhone X apart from its 8-series iPhone siblings is the portrait mode on the selfie cam. Samsung's pics were generally a little brighter, but they were also more noisy and a little less detailed. The zoom all three devices offer is pretty decent but the P20 Pro takes the lead with its 5x hybrid zoom over the S9 Plus and iPhone X both of which just offer 2x optical zoom. There's a bit of copycatting going on in the emoji world. Samsung's phone is slightly less over-exposed in the background, however. The new iPhones are running on Apple's latest chipset, the A12 Bionic. You can easily make out the constellations in the ceiling, and the limestone walls look fairly bright.