The blind test of a smartphone camera is by Marques Brownlee, a famous YouTuber technology. Situations where Google Pixel 5a overtook the iPhone 13 Pro arose as a result of the masked model name and the lack of flexibility on the quality of the rifle. Brownlee only review photos also because the iPhone is recognized for its excellent video recording capabilities. Self-competition of smartphone models begins with the surprising result that the Pixel 5a has defeated the current Google flagship Pixel 6 Pro. The iPhone 13 Pro comfortably beat the first Motorola Edge, but it was surprisingly lost to the Pixel 5a, which surpassed the Pixel 6 Pro. The Pixel 5a continued in progress, finally overcoming the OnePlus 9 Pro and shining brightly on top. By the way, a list of all the devices that participated in the blind test can be found below.
If only a few people had voted for the Pixel 6 Pro in our camera blind test, Google would have beaten Apple! The result, where no one other than Stephen knows what kind of photo belongs to a smartphone, is close enough that we want to see another look at the two smartphones. For this, I went on a photo tour with the Pixel 6 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro and tried different scenarios.
Since apartment conditions are sometimes different from what it actually offers, I decided that in comparing this photo, I would take a practical approach. I walked through Berlin and looked for topics I wanted to see behind the scenes using the cameras of the two smartphones. In doing so, my test is divided into the following sections:
You can view photos in this article in full resolution by clicking on them. I will divide the personal appearance into each paragraph, so as not to draw too much this comparison. So, this does not mean that you can not talk about the photos in the comments! So let me and other readers know your favorites!
As in my last “camera battle”, I had to say a little nerdy part that we would need later to explain some of the differences in the results. This is important because different camera systems are used in both smartphones. You can see exactly how they differ in the table below: The above is a lot of data for anyone to compile, but one can summarize in a few words. Google pursued the same process as Apple last year. The iPhone 13 Pro features very large sensors with low megapixel count and speed lenses. This should ensure that noise is reduced, especially at night shots, because it has more light on a beam.
Google, on the other hand, relies on more megapixels in 2021, but also incorporates larger sensors. Pixel sizes are smaller in process, but some software companies use binning pixels to incorporate such information from multiple pixels. It is also worth noting that Apple uses sensor-adjustment sensor. Image stabilization that acts as a sensor moving instead of a lens. Since the sensors are slightly lighter, the movements can compensate for it in a faster way. Technically speaking, this is the best solution.