Comparing among the best of the bests can get slightly difficult, especially when it involves the top notch flagship phones. And if you are looking for a camera with high-end specifications amongst these recently launched top smartphone lot in the tech market, it definitely needs some research. But don't worry. We got this one for you.
Today in our blog we will give a distinctive comparison between the camera performance of Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6. We will also rope in the camera analysis of Galaxy S7 edge in the list to check how different it is from its successor Galaxy S8 Plus.
So let's get started.
As we already know the giant South Korean conglomerate went steps ahead with their latest Galaxy S series by fitting it with amazing features and beautiful edge-to-edge curved frame. Talking about its camera, though both Galaxy S8 Plus and S7 edge share identical rear camera and resolution specifications of 12MP with f/1.7 aperture, the front camera is slightly different. While S8 Plus comes with a 8 MP, f/1.7, S7 edge has a 5MP resolution with the same aperture. The two cams have a similar number of megapixels, also a similar sensor measure with similarly expansive pixels. The only difference which is found in the latest Samsung S8 handset is the camera snaps three photographs each time you press the screen and mixes them together to deliver a prevalent, obscure free picture.
So in terms of camera quality, Samsung is way ahead of its other two competitors, iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6. However, iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6 sort of share similar specifications including the sensor of 1/3" and pixel size of 1.22μm besides Focus and stabilization of PDAF and OIS respectively. iPhone 7 Plus comes with a Dual 12 MP, f/1.8 rear camera, and 8 MP, f/1.7 front while LG G6 is rooted with Dual 13 MP, f/1.8 back and 5 MP, f/2.2 front camera.
Samsung S series Vs iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6
As per the analysts, the iPhone 7 Plus and the LG G6 give off an impression of being a stage behind. Contrasted with both Galaxy devices, they have littler sensors with littler pixels and smaller gaps. In plain words, this implies the cameras on the iPhone and the G6 may perform more regrettable in low-light situations, as they're both less touchy to light and possibly more defenseless to a computerized commotion.
|Camera||Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus||Samsung Galaxy S7 edge||iPhone 7 Plus||LG G6|
|12 MP, f/1.7||12 MP, f/1.7||Dual 12 MP, f/1.8||Dual 13 MP, f/1.8|
|1/2.5", 1.4 µm pixel size||1/2.5", 1.4 µm pixel size||1/3", 1.22μm||1/3", 1.12 µm|
|Focus/ Stabilization||Dual-pixel AF, OIS||Dual-pixel AF, OIS||PDAF, OIS||PDAF, OIS|
|Secondary/ Aperture||8 MP, f/1.7||5 MP, f/1.7||7 MP, f/2.2||5 MP, f/2.2|
|Other Features||phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash||phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash||phase detection autofocus, 2x optical zoom, quad-LED (dual tone) flash||3-axis, phase detection AF, ), dual-LED flash|
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