Camera Samples of the Google Pixel 3 XL, HUAWEI P20 Pro and Samsung Galaxy Note9 Leaked
Fresh images from the still-unannounced Google Pixel 3 XL alongside its fiercest rivals, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 and the HUAWEI P20 Pro have just surfaced. By the looks of them, the upcoming Google flagship iteration is already keeping up with some of the best camera smartphones in 2018.
The Google Pixel series has always had a reputation of shying away from the latest camera trend. A case in point is its refusal to partake in the trendy dual-camera setup which is virtually present among its rivals in the class, well except some of Sony's latest. But despite that stubbornness, the lineup still manages to outshine the competition by a mile. And in the forthcoming lineup of the famed series, it appears that such output is still going strong.
A certain, generous Russian site has thankfully leaked a full review of the Google Pixel 3 XL alongside a reliable camera comparison among photography giants, the HUAWEI P20 Pro and the recently-announced Samsung Galaxy Note9. Based on the leaked images, the Pixel 3 XL's dynamic range is comparatively better than that of the Galaxy Note9 and the P20 Pro. Pixel 3 XL's saturation levels are noted to be accurate and are enhanced by a right amount of details as well.
On the other hand, the Google Pixel 3 XL's pre-production images have shown some reliable sharpness, without any prominent grain, for that matter. In contrast, the Galaxy Note9 produced some grain on its images when they were zoomed in.
The images used were all produced in auto mode and with the accompaniment of the HDR+ option. In addition, the photos might have been taken using the Google Camera app and the used device could be running the Android 9 Pie, the Russian site's source has tipped.
Regardless of the Google Pixel 3 XL's condition at the time of the shooting, it's still as clear as the sky that the upcoming smartphone will remain as popular as it is in the camera department, whether it's accompanied by a dual-camera setup or not.
- Images from mobile-review.com