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Don'T worry, though, it's not going to look like this. The whole time we've got some side by sides and some important comparisons and differences that I found. Shooting pictures and videos with these five different brands – phones we've, got the iPhone 11 Pro with its triple camera system and it's deep fusion processor. We have the Samsung Galaxy S: 20, ultra with it's, crazy 108 megapixel image sensor and the periscope zoom camera. Also, the Shamy meter and pro, which is trying to go head to head with the best from Samsung and Huawei, the redmi k, 30. Pro zoom Edition might have the most affordable flagship, Android phones right now, and the real me X, 50 Pro, which is also one of the most affordable flagship, Android phones, and will go head to head with the K, 30 pro zoom addition. I want to show you some side by sides of pictures first, because it really gives you an idea of just how good all flagship phones are. These days when it comes to taking pictures, the differences are tiny. There are just some exposure differences between the phones. This is one of the biggest differences. I'Ve found have a look at just how different the picture looks between the iPhone and the Xiaomi me 10. Pro the mean temper looks a little dark, whereas the iPhone looks really vibrant in this picture. That can be said for all the Android phones actually versus the iPhone. This is a one time, zoom moving into a two time.
Zoom, then, into a five time, zoom just check out the clarity of those letters moving into a 10 times, zoom on all the phones. This is the extent of the iPhones zoom, so the Android phones take it over from here into 20 times zoom looking very closely and that the original files it's the me 10 Pro and the s 20 ultra battling it out at the top. There look how you've read up here is much more vibrant in the iPhones picture compared to the shammies picture, xiaomi tend to push up shadows, and this can lead to some over exposure and some washed out colors on some occasions. As you can see here, if xiaomi were to expose the shadows properly, the red would appear much more vibrant as we get in all of the other phones pictures. This can be edited after you take the picture, though the Samsung's picture here looks like it was taken on a professional DSLR camera with a lenz. The natural background blur is incredible, and you just don't get that on the iPhones image, which does look like it was taken by a smartphone. The iPhone is usually super good at doing this stuff, but on this occasion it was beaten out by the Samsung. You can see that those vibrant colors on the iPhone of maybe on a little bit too far this time and the Android phones may be dialing it back a bit and look a bit more pleasing to my eye anyway.
This picture shows that, in certain conditions, you will get such similar images between all of these phones. I can see that the clouds have slightly different colors the roof in the foreground, also, but overall you're getting a very similar picture in all of those five flagship phones. The differences in this picture are also incredibly small. I do notice a slight color difference in the cyan, the Samsung coloring it purple, where it's slightly more blue on the real me phone. In fact, these two phones both use a Samsung image sensor under the main camera lens, even though the price is very different, the image, quality and colors are not as different as the price would suggest. This just illustrates how good phones have got a taking steel images. These days, no matter what the price you can get a very good looking shot, but how about those high megapixel image, sensors, the iPhone doesn't have one, but all the Android phones do let's just zoom in on this street sign and see how much detail is kept. But we need to actually zoom in even further to the sign itself. You can judge for yourself the clarity of these, but what stands out for me is that the 12 megapixel image sensor of the iPhone still keeps an incredible amount of detail versus 108 megapixel in his sensors and 64 megapixel image. Sensors, the chamois meat empro absolutely nailed. This portrait shot it cut these sign out absolutely perfectly from the background.
It looks incredible and the iPhone just didn't really do it. On this occasion it looks like Xiaomi and Read: Me: phones have pretty decent software. When it comes to portrait modes, it was literally pitch dark under this bridge, so let's switch to night mode and see what changes the iPhone won't change, because it doesn't have a night mode, but just to show you how dark it was under this bridge I've compared The me tempura versus the iPhone – and I think the me 10 – does a much better job at exposing the very bright background, whereas it's totally blown out on the iPhones picture. I think the three cheaper phones to the left did better jobs, exposing the background, but when it comes to HDR in video, the iPhone definitely steps it up a gear and exposes that background much more properly and much more like the Android phones. Xiaomi phones have a really good HDR for both photo and video they're doing a really good job here. Both the iPhone and Samsung's pictures stood out for me for looking amazing, really natural, good skin tones and colors. If we just compare the iPhones to the redmi K 30 pros, the redmi is over blowing the highlights here and it's also lightening up my skin tones, which doesn't look too natural that's. Definitely something that redmi and xiaomi phones do consistently is brighten and lighten skin tones and overexposed images for me, it's the iPhone and the Samsung here, but I think the real me does actually a decent job as well in terms of trying to give a natural look.
This also illustrates the difference between exposure. It looks like I have a mask on my face in the Xiaomi device it's just trying to brighten it up. There are no Beauty modes on this at all that I'm filming. It is subtle, but you can just see when you compare them side by side. How much brights are the images are on the Xiaomi phones. The back cameras are a different story, though it looks like the low lights and the shadows in this image being crushed a little bit on the redmi, where, as Apple's amazing HDR for video is kicking in right now. Other than that, though, the 4k video on the redmi is really really crisp even compared to the iPhones notice that in 4k video, the real me phone doesn't have image stabilization. This may be coming in an update right now, but for right now, in 4k it's a bit wonky compared to the others. A software update will fix that very easily and I think in terms of colors it's, the most similar to the iPhones, so let's move on to a quick stabilization test, a walking stabilization test for video of these phones and, like I said in 4k right now, the Real me is not giving me any stabilization, which is unfortunate. The rebbe K 30 Pro, though it's looking pretty stable, it does have a is, as does the Xiaomi me 10 pro she's. Looking very similar, just look how the colours change when we switch to the iPhone.
Now it looks like we've gone from black and white to a color TV and the colors also change dramatically when we switch to the Samsung, which seems to have the white balance set way more towards blue light, and everything has a blue tinge to the lighting. Once real me do fix that stabilization issue for 4k, I think they'll have a really decent camera on their hands, but anyway, let's move through to video in all of the phones in zoom. This is the three x telephoto. You can get five x telephoto on the galaxy s 20 ultra, so you can zoom in more, but it's, not a massive difference overall and the iPhone just has a 2 x telephoto zoom, but we've zoomed in to five times just to compare it to the s20. Ultra recording in 4k, it still gives plenty of resolution to zoom in without losing too much detail, but the s20 ultra does record off that periscope lens. So let me know what you thought of this test and if comparing five phones like this is just too crazy or you want to see more side by sides between many phones, so you can see what the differences are.