Google Pixel 7 Pro VS iPhone 14 Pro Max

These are the two stars of the moment: the Google Pixel 7 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max want to be photophones par excellence. But our adversaries are not always equal in the game of the most beautiful images. MacRumors has therefore taken pictures to check who wins according to several criteria, starting with the colors. These are thus less saturated with Alphabet’s mobile but more “vibrant” with that of Apple, according to our colleagues.

With this, MacRumors note that the telephoto of the Pixel 7 Pro offers more efficient performance than that of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. In terms of pure numbers, the manufacturers offer us here respectively a forty-eight megapixel sensor with ƒ/3.5 aperture or a twelve-megapixel sensor in forty-eight millimeters and with ƒ/1.78 aperture. Note also that Google and Apple have both chosen a laser autofocus, the use of which is optional.

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portrait-mode

For portrait mode, which consists of making the profile someone by blurring the background, we get more depth of field with the Google Pixel 7 Pro. However, this is not an advantage for everyone: the opposite situation may be preferred. In addition, it happens that the Android mobile software has a little trouble delineating the subject correctly. An incident that affects objects, more than faces.

On iPhones, Apple offers several options for its own portrait mode. The bokeh effect thus includes an adjustment to control the depth, while six lighting effects are available to customize the rendering: Natural, Studio, Outlines, Stage, Mono Scene and High-key mono. the portrait mode of the iPhone 14 Pro Max is also accessible with the Front cameraequipped with a definition of twelve megapixels also with ƒ/1.9 aperture and ProRAW format on request.

iPhone 14 Pro Max VS Google Pixel 7 Pro

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And in low light?

To finish, MacRumors also wanted to know more about the behavior of photo sensors during the night. Here, the portraits, precisely, come out better with the Google Pixel 7 Pro. But the iPhone 14 Pro Max is better when you want to get shots with a piece of sky in the framework of.

In sum? The iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Pixel 7 Pro are clearly on the podium of best mobile APNs of the market (fortunately, considering the price). Each has a few subtle advantages that the other doesn’t, but only those looking to specialize in just the kind of photos that profit every time will notice this on a daily basis. Moreover, the errors are minor both at Google and at Apple.

iPhone 14 Pro Max VS Google Pixel 7 Pro

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The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max

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