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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Is the Note 8 or iPhone 8 Plus camera better? Find out with cuteness!


The cameras of smartphones this year are stunning. Each and every one of the high-end mobiles launched this year brings with it a camera capable of achieving impressive results . However, if we must highlight which are the most striking, those are the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus.
Today we will be showing you a comparison between these two terminals, and the models used to test them are the most beautiful we have seen in a long time. If you do not believe us, look for yourself and tell us how long it took you to fall in love.
iPhone 8 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Both cameras have quite similar characteristics, such as the one that Apple has called Portrait Mode, a function that Samsung has not hesitated to adapt to its star terminals under the name of Live Focus. However, there are notorious differences between the photographs taken by the iPhone 8 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and here we are going to show them.

The Hedgehog

One of the defining characteristics of the iPhone 8 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is that both have two cameras , which helps them create effects such as the Portrait Mode of the iPhone or the Live Focus of the Note 8.
Click on the image to see it bigger! Left Note 8 | Right iPhone 8 Plus
Both can create the same effect of isolating the main subject from the rest of the image, but which of the two does it more effectively ?
If you look at the beautiful picture of this hedgehog resting peacefully in the hands of a human, you will notice several differences. The first, the Note 8 is able to create the "portrait" effect in a more effective way than the iPhone 8 Plus. How do we know? You just have to look at the edge of the spines of the hedgehog to find out who has more details.
Click on the image to see it bigger! Left Note 8 | Right iPhone 8 Plus
However, the iPhone 8 Plus offers a slightly warmer picture with more natural colors, although in general aspects the Note 8 still shows a slight advantage.

The bunnies

Taking pictures of a couple of rabbits does not compare to doing it with a hedgehog. Rabbits are much more active beings, and therefore, a little more complicated to capture on camera. By the time they wanted to take the picture of the rabbit with the second device, it had already changed its position. However, the essential aspects remain in the photo.
Click on the image to see it bigger! Left Note 8 | Right iPhone 8 Plus
In the photo taken by the iPhone 8 Plus we can find in the scene a far wall and a sweater close to our rabbit. Although the Apple device makes a good differentiation between the three, we could see that part of the ear - the farthest - was diffused by the terminal , like the nose and certain areas of the fur.
In general, the photograph is quite good, however, it seems that the Portrait Mode has some problems to define which is the subject in the photograph.
Click on the image to see it bigger! Left Note 8 | Right iPhone 8 Plus
In the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 we can see certain differences. Compared to the iPhone 8 Plus, which isolated the rabbit and made it go through the main subject, in the Samsung terminal we did not find such a strong blurring effect. Therefore, the rabbit does not seem to be so isolated and the final photograph ends up being a bit more of both the rabbit and the person on whom it is sitting.
Thanks to this little aggressive effect, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 manages to distinguish a little more the different parts of the little bunny.

Conclusions

Both the iPhone 8 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 took spectacular photographs. However, it seems that the Korean terminal does the job in a slightly more efficient way .
But the iPhone is not far behind. Your photos show more realistic and warm colors , and unlike the Note 8, it is much easier to take pictures in Portrait Mode when the subject is close to the camera.
It really is a matter of perspective. Both cameras are impressive , so you just have to find the one that best suits your needs.

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