The camera seems to be a central element of the iPhone 11, so those who have already managed to get around the review unit have already started doing comparative tests. Until the iPhone 11 comes into our hands, here's what Pocket-lint has to say about the knife performance of the iPhone 11 Pro Max compared to Huawei's P30 Pro and Pixel 3 XL. Google, the two best-displayed smartphones on the market in the photo chapter.
The 11th-generation iPhone is the first Apple to integrate night mode. It works a little differently than other smartphones. In automatic mode, the phone detects that it has to do with the night scene and suggests using night mode and shutter speed. The user can accept the use of night mode and can also manually set the shutter speed while disabling night mode for that photo by tapping the dedicated button.
From the pocket tests it is obvious that the iPhone 11 Pro Max at night fails to take too good a picture at night. On the other hand, the P30 Pro, because it has a significantly larger physical sensor and uses RYYB (red, yellow, yellow, blue) pixels, can capture clear and night-time photos in many conditions. However, when dedicated mode is activated, more detail and more light is captured. However, the photos on the Huawei P30 Pro appear to be predominantly yellow, in warmer shades of color, due to sensors with yellow sub pixels.
The Pixel 3, even though it was released almost a year ago, has managed to perform fairly well during the night photography test. Unfortunately, the limitations are now pretty obvious, as the image noise is more pronounced. But the night shots are well recorded, the results are often comparable to those on recently released phones.
Apple seems to have done a good job of implementing night mode on new iPhone 11 models, and performance can be improved from now on, either through annual hardware upgrades or improvements to software algorithms using AI and processors. pictures to enhance frames made in real time.