Apple officially released the new iPhone 11 series in September and focused on the imaging capabilities of the three-camera lens in two versions of Pro. I can see that Apple is determined to make a major upgrade to the photo. The three 12-megapixel lenses work together, both telephoto and super wide-angle, and the hardware complements the gap with the Android camp. In software, Deep Fusion and Night Scene mode is the most important updates for taking pictures.
As Apple’s old rival, Samsung also released the Galaxy Note10 series in August this year and updated it to a three-shot lens. Samsung has always been a leader in the Android flagship with its excellent camera tuning and video capture capabilities. Although it is released earlier than the iPhone 11 series, its strength is definitely not to be underestimated.
In addition, the domestic camera brand Huawei’s camera strength has also advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. The business flagship Mate30 Pro, also released in September this year, has a dual 40-megapixel lens, and its powerful night scene performance is impressive.
Today, Foreign Media will bring you the iPhone 11 Pro Max, Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Samsung Note 10+ 5G version of the photo comparison horizontal review, and through the day, outdoor, indoor and night scenes, the main camera, wide-angle end and long The comprehensive comparison of the focal end is presented. If you are interested in the camera performance of the iPhone 11 series