In this camera low light comparison, I compare the Pixel XL vs. Pixel vs. Nexus 6P. Since some of you suggested Pixel performs best on HDR On, this is the sequel to my first camera comparison. All phones were set to HDR On. And I’ve even included a regular Pixel (which has the same camera s Pixel XL) just to make sure that I don’t have a bad unit.
Here’s a quick 4K camera video stabilization comparison between the new Google Pixel XL vs. Galaxy S7 Edge vs. Nexus 6P.
In our last camera comparison, Nexus 6P killed Galaxy S7 Edge and HTC 10 in low-light, thus becoming the king of low-light photos in the smartphone world. Even now, I carry my Nexus 6P just for taking those crispy photos in the dark, it’s definitely still more useful than any other smartphone I have ever owned.
Okay, let’s go ahead and unbox this bad boy. Inside the box, you will find the Google Pixel XL, wow. This looks like a solid phone. There is a pouch with a bunch of manuals and SIM ejection tool. Pixel uses USB Type C so it comes with a USB Type C cable for connecting to your computer or charging. There’s also a USB Type C OTG adapter so you can transfer data from other smartphones or use a USB flash drive with it.
I know many of you were having trouble with the Pokemon Go Cheat/Hack for Android I posted last week since it required a rooted Android device but there’s now a new Pokemon Go Hack for Android that you can do without root.
To test out the LG V20’s DAC feature, I decided to get one of the best headphones you can buy on earth right now, the Sennheiser HD800S. I figured if LG V20 can power Sennheiser HD800S, it will probably work well with any other headphones.
Many of you know I love gimbals and if you are looking for the best gimbal for your Android smartphone, you may want to check out the Feiyu G4 Pro.
In this video tutorial, we show you how to film professional quality videos with your Android smartphone. (You can also use iPhone or any other smartphone if you’d like.)
In this second VLOG, we test out the bokeh abilities of the LG V20’s back camera, stability using its OIS and with a Feiyu G4 Pro gimbal, and also maximize the microphone abilities using its directional mode along with wind filter.
The other day I realized that the best way to test a smartphone camera is to really try it out in real life. So, here’s my first VLOG using LG V20 camera, using the 4 different camera angles on the phone. Also, I’ve included some slow-motion footage using the slow-motion mode and also speeding up photos taken with the burst mode.