The expert compared the technical capabilities of the cameras of the top smartphones from Apple, Samsung and Huawei (24 photos + video)

In 2020, manysmartphones capable of high-quality photo and video shooting. One of the last to enter the market this year is the flagship smartphone from Apple - the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The top-of-the-line iPhone is equipped with a more powerful camera, with a 47% larger touch sensor than other smartphones in the iPhone 12 lineup. The smartphone also supports sensor shift stabilization technology.

Conduct a battle of cameras mounted on flagshipsApple, Samsung and Huawei, a blogger from the Mrwhosetheboss channel (5.76 million subscribers) tried. The technical capabilities were tested on the cameras of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Huawei Mate 40 Pro. The expert evaluated the quality of 4K video shooting, photo capabilities, night mode, stabilization, microphone and many other parameters.

All flagships are installed in principledifferent sensors, as well as unique software algorithms for data processing. As a result, each smartphone performs better shooting in a specific situation or in a specific mode.

American iPhone 12 Pro Max performs morelifelike shots, while the South Korean Galaxy Note20 Ultra produces sharper and richer shots. The use of ultra-wide dynamic range in the Chinese model Huawei Mate 40 Pro allows you to take photos with a minimum amount of glare. At the same time, the photo looks a little unnatural.

The quality of shooting in low light conditionsApple smartphones have always lagged behind competitors. However, with the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the developers were able to reverse the negative trend and, according to blogger from the channel Mrwhosetheboss, the iPhone camera showed the best result when shooting the night sky.

Following the battle of the 2020 flagships for leadershipin photography quality, according to the expert, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra won. Meanwhile, for filming, he chose the iPhone 12 Pro Max model as the leader. It should be added that such tests are subjective and depend on the tastes and preferences of specialists.