Last Updated on October 5, 2016 by PixelPluck
Google Pixel is the Highest rated Camera Ever
If you go by the ratings then google may have just built a smartphone which every photographer will love to have with them. The new Google Pixel smartphone is officially the highest rated camera ever on DxOMark Rankings. It beat the iPhone by whopping three points on a scale of hundred. The first few samples look very impressive compared to that of recently launched and much hyped iPhone.
Google Pixel scored high ratings across all the categories including Exposure & Contrast, Color, Autofocus, Texture, Noise, Artifacts and Flash. Even the videos shot on Pixel look smooth and sharp. It performs way better than the Galaxy S7 and beats iPhone by some margin.
Camera Performance Ratings:
Google Pixel XL
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Samsung Galaxy S7
Sony Xperia X Performance
Moto Z Force Droid
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus
Sony Xperia Z5
Here are some of the first samples from the Google Pixel camera.
It is likely that Google settled on the name ‘Pixel’ given the incredible performance of it’s camera. Camera is one of the most important and highly discussed factor for anyone who love clicking photographs, be it amateurs or professionals.
DxOMark in it’s summary:
Pixel raises the bar for what is possible with a smartphone camera. Image quality continues to improve, and the increased use of HDR+ to render scenes that have previously been difficult for small sensors such as those in smartphones broadens what is possible with these ubiquitous devices. While we have reviewed other smartphone cameras that matched the Pixel’s numbers in a few categories, the Pixel is uniquely capable of capturing outstanding images under a wide variety of conditions, and is also among the best we have tested for video capture.
With a new 12.3 megapixel sensor coupled with Large 1.55μm pixels and f/2.0 aperture it works well in all light situations. We often have Smartphones with great specs on the paper which hardly translates into performance, but with Google making a smartphone inside out this could be a game changer and landmark phone in the right direction when it comes to photography. The camera hardware is very well complimented by internal software and latest Android OS Nougat.
The Google Pixel will come in two models Pixel and Pixel XL.
Both the phones will have these specs:
Which phone do you have and how satisfied are you with it’s camera performance? Let us know in comments below.