Galaxy S7 vs Google Pixel XL camera test

Snappy Phoenix

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The S7/S7 Edge camera and mic blows the Pixel XL's camera out of the water, look at the color saturation, resolution, and audio difference!!

 

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I've used LG phones since the Nexus 4. I decided to try samsung and upgraded to the Note7. For obvious reasons I'm no longer with Note 7.

But it was for the camera that I wanted to switch to Galaxy. Knowing the camera was the same across Galaxy 7's I ended up with the S7.

I am floored by the quality of the camera. The pics are always clear with no "camera phone" blur. Last night I left my DSLR at home and trusted my S7 camera at a function. The S7 did better than my DSLR would have in this low light point and shoot situation.

I am truly pleasantly satisfied with the fact that it "just works".
 

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I've used LG phones since the Nexus 4. I decided to try samsung and upgraded to the Note7. For obvious reasons I'm no longer with Note 7.

But it was for the camera that I wanted to switch to Galaxy. Knowing the camera was the same across Galaxy 7's I ended up with the S7.

I am floored by the quality of the camera. The pics are always clear with no "camera phone" blur. Last night I left my DSLR at home and trusted my S7 camera at a function. The S7 did better than my DSLR would have in this low light point and shoot situation.

I am truly pleasantly satisfied with the fact that it "just works".

I get that the S7 has a great camera. I have one also. I also have a pretty good camera (Mirrorless not DSLR).

However, if you're getting "better" pictures with your s7 over your DSLR then you don't know how to use a DSLR.
 

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I get that the S7 has a great camera. I have one also. I also have a pretty good camera (Mirrorless not DSLR).

However, if you're getting "better" pictures with your s7 over your DSLR then you don't know how to use a DSLR.
Actually I use my DSLR to frame images at unique angles, depth of field and perspectives. For situations that are simply point and shoot (as I said) the S7 does perform better. I stand by that statement.
 

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He most definitely forgot to turn IS on. I just did a test trek through the house and image stabilization was smooth as butter :)
 

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