Both the LG V30+ and the Samsung Note 8 are flagship phones from their companies. How does the camera stack up between the two? Both shots were captured this morning at dawn at the same time and same location, cropped to match size - the Note 8 is at 100%, while the LG is at about 85% crop so they can be compared.
A quick look shows the Note 8 has a smoother or softer capture, while the LG is obviously sharper. Color rendition is stronger on the LG as well. Both were shot at ISO 50. The Samsung was at F1.7, 1/376th shutter while the LG was open to F1.6 with a 1/120th shutter.
Zooming deep in, the Note 8 has a bit more pixelation than the LG, but overall both cameras are quite comparable. Both phones feature dual cameras on back, one for wide angle and one for normal photos. The V30+ offers a 16 megapixel main camera and 13 megapixel secondary camera, while the Samsung pairs two 12 megapixel cameras together.
Which is better? They both offer great features and outstanding image quality. The LG V30+ just edges past the Note 8 with the larger sensor and deeper color rendition in my opinion. Which is your favorite camera?
- Will England
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