In this camera comparison, we compare the OnePlus 3T in “HQ” mode (noise reduction) to Pixel XL’s “HDR ON” mode, which gives the best low-light photos on each phones and I also explain why this is for those of you who haven’t tested both phones yet. In the end, the Google Pixel clearly wins out as overall winner of best low-light camera but the OnePlus 3T comes very close in certain situations and it is very impressive what the 3T can do.
In this smartphone comparison, we take up the latest OnePlus 3T vs. Pixel XL in a camera low-light shootout. While the OnePlus 3T performed worse in HDR mode in comparison to the Pixel (also in HDR On mode), its HQ (special mode for low-light) performed beautifully. In fact, OnePlus 3T outperformed the Pixel XL in terms of amount of noise. While we will have to dig further for full analysis, the OnePlus 3T impresses with its HQ mode that could help you take better photos with less noise at night.
OnePlus sent me their latest OnePlus 3T for review and while I skipped the regular OnePlus 3(mainly because there are way too many Android phones to cover these days), it was great to actually try their latest and best Android smartphone in person.
I did get to try out the regular OnePlus 3 before and the OnePlus 3T hasn’t really changed much other than better specs like 16MP front camera(instead of 8MP) along with bigger 3400mAh battery(instead of 3000mAh) and latest Snapdragon 821 processor. If you already own OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T isn’t much of an upgrade but if you are thinking about getting a dual-sim smartphone that costs less than $500, you may want to give this a try.
If you guys want to check out the best Best Buy Black Friday Android Smartphone deals under $40, I have just gone to the store a few hours and bought all Android phones under $40.
In this video, I unbox every one of them and give you my thoughts. But my best choice is the LG Tribute which is on sale for $19.99 on Black Friday as the best deal. As a phone review, I am AMAZED at what you get for just under $20, a 5-inch HD screen with great viewing angles, slim & lightweight design, quad-core 1.3Ghz processor and a killer price! The UI runs super smooth and especially I really dig the screen along with very good touchscreen.
Black Friday 2016 starts tonight and here’s a roundup of all the “best” Black Friday Android deals we picked for this year.
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Pixel? How many pixels does this phone have?
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones are Google’s first attempt at a premium flagship, Google has even changed its name from Nexus to Pixel, clearly distinguishing its new line of smartphones. Both Pixel & Pixel XL feature 12.3MP back camera, 8MP front camera, back fingerprint sensor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 4gigs of RAM, USB Type C, 3.5mm headphone jack, storage of 32GB or 128GB, and virtual reality through its new Daydream VR headset. The only real difference between Pixel and Pixel XL are its display sizes and battery capacity. The Pixel has 5-inch 1080P vs. Pixel XL’s 5.5-inch 1440P and Pixel’s 2770mAh vs. XL’s 3450mAh battery size.
In this review of LG V20, we will be comparing its core features against other flagships like the Pixel XL, S7 Edge, Nexus 6P, and Note 5.
First, LG V20 is a 5.7-inch phablet smartphone with 1440P IPS LCD w/ secondary screen, 2 back cameras (One F1.8 16MP and One 8MP F2.4 wide-angle), 1 front wide-angle camera (that also crops in), Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, removable back cover (made from aircraft-grade aluminum), 3200mAh removable battery, IR blaster, micro-SD card slot, and an active noise-cancellation microphone. LG V20 also comes with a quad-DAC with a more powerful amplifier that’s capable of powering headphones (that usually require amps).
In this comparison of Google Home vs. Amazon Echo, we test the artificial intelligence of both of these devices to see which one is smarter.
For this comparison, we will be leaving out home automation features of both devices since we are only testing the brains of how Google Home and Amazon Echo could help people get things done. We asked questions like, “how to make a potato salad” and “how to learn to skateboard” to see which one gave us more valid answer.
As a user of Amazon’s Echo for almost 2 years now, I was really interested when Google announced the Google Home a month back, particularly being able to take advantage of Google’s informational processing skills such as translating another language, which Amazon miserably fails at.