Who takes the best pictures? (Video)

Samsung just introduced the new Galaxy S22, S22Plus, and S22 Ultra phones. These three phones are the best that the brand knows from South Korea. Against them, Apple is the historical competitor to Samsung, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max is the company’s best model.

In a comparative test, MacRumors put the two phones back, figuring out the characteristics of one and the other in terms of photography. As a reminder, the latest Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, has four rear camera lenses, including a 108MP wide-angle camera, a 12MP wide-angle camera, and a 10MP telephoto camera. With 10x optical zoom. And a 10-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom.

It’s more of a lens than the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which on the back has only a 12MP wide-angle sensor, a 12MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and finally a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens. These three sensors are backed by a powerful software layer.

In the end, both phones meet expectations well, and it can be difficult to choose between the S22 Ultra and the 13 Pro Max. As you might expect, Samsung always takes photos that look a little blue, unlike the 13 Pro Max, which makes it a lot warmer.

Two phones with a great camera

Due to this tendency to bluish and increased image brightness, Samsung photos can look a little washed out. For its part, the iPhone provides more natural light, but the contrast sometimes seems too high, which can darken already blurred areas.

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When it comes to portrait mode on both phones, Samsung seems to have made progress this year, particularly in bokeh. Both phones take great photos. Perhaps the biggest difference is played out by the “meat” tones that are more successful at Apple than at its Korean competition.

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Video: Apple’s strength?

While showing off the iPhone 13 and phones in the range, Apple insisted at length on the hardware’s video quality. In fact, the iPhone is now able to support Dolby Atmos and ProRes. While Samsung’s 8K might have better image quality, the Korean phone lacks image stabilization and Apple is gaining sharpness thanks to that.

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