Apple iPhone X vs Google Pixel 2 – Low Light Camera Comparison

Last night I was at the historic Duke of Cornwall Hotel in Plymouth. This made for a quick camera comparison in low light using the iPhone X and Google Pixel 2. All shot handheld and in auto.

Above is the shot from the iPhone X. This is uploaded at full size, as is all the other shots.

Immediately, you can see the difference above with the Google Pixel 2. So much more clarity and quality. The Pixel 2 shot shows more of the hotel windows.

Back to the iPhone X above. Not a bad looking shot.

And now above the Pixel 2 once again showing off its chops in low light.

So as you can see the end result is pretty clear that the Pixel 2 took the better shots and by quite a margin. Do you agree?

In addition, I used the Pixel 2 to snap some incredible portrait shots, which for privacy reasons I cannot share. However, the Portrait mode on the iPhone X created some fun looking black and white portraits which seemed to go down a treat.

More soon!

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5 thoughts on “Apple iPhone X vs Google Pixel 2 – Low Light Camera Comparison

    1. It’s does. And at first the Pixel is the shot I would want to share. But looking closely it’s not as obvious. The Pixel cranks brightness and ISO up and in certain areas has tons of noise. The X is more balanced.

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      1. Upon closer inspection, I think you’re absolutely spot on. When zoomed in, the pixel looks like it has cranked up the brightness, but doesn’t provide much in the way of detail over the iphone.

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