LG G6 Outperforms Google Pixel In Camera Performance

A camera performance review was conducted between the LG G6 and Google Pixel. Though the Pixel is considered to have one of the best camera performances among the 2016 flagship phones, the LG G6 outperforms it with a score of 5/6.

LG G6 vs Google Pixel Camera Performance

The first picture was of the Flatiron building. The photo taken with the LG G6 had more attention to details, a sharper image, and slightly more contrast. It was also able to pick up more details in the shadows.

The second snap focused on a Lego man. This round was considered to be a tie between the LG G6 and Pixel because both phones had each of their own strengths.

The third picture was a bowl of fruit. The LG G6 outperforms the Pixel in offering richer color and balancing both shadows and highlights.

The fourth picture features the Empire State Building without zoom. In the photo, the Pixel provided desaturated colors with highlights that were just a bit overexposed, the white balance went a little cold as well. On the other hand, the photos taken with the LG G6 looked warmer and picked up more details in the buildings and street.

The fifth image also highlighted the Empire State Building, but in full zoom mode. The Pixel lost to the LG G6 because the picture was taken looked muddier and it didn't zoom in nearly as far.

The last photo was taken in an office stairway. In this photo, the LG G6 again outperformed the LG G6 by picking up more details in the shadows and a better management of the white balance.

LG G6 vs Google Pixel Camera Specs And Features

Per GSM Arena. The LG G6 features a 13 MP dual-rear camera (f/1.8 and f/2.4) and records videos 2160p@30fps and 1080p@30/60fps. At the front, it features a 5 MP sensor with f/2.2.  Meanwhile, the Google Pixel features a 12.3 MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture and records 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps and 720p@240fps. Up front it features a 8 MP snapper with f/2.4.

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