The best photo smartphone of 2019 – a blind test [wideo]

smartphone photo test 2019

Predicting the winner?

December is a period of many different types of summaries. The question that many people regularly ask is: which smartphone takes the best photos? Well-known youtuber Marques Brownlee decided to answer this question. With a 10-million audience on YouTube alone, the man organized a big smartphone blind photo test. Internet users have decided which smartphones take the best photos.

The best photo smartphone 2019

In this year's rivalry, all smartphones generally recognized as coping at least with mobile photography and devices whose premieres aroused the greatest interest stood in the ranks. The list of tested smartphones included:

  • ASUS ROG Phone 2.
  • ASUS ZenFone 6,
  • Apple iPhone 11 Pro.
  • Google Pixel 3a,
  • Google Pixel 4.
  • Huawei P30 Pro.
  • Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
  • LG G8 X,
  • OnePlus 7T,
  • OnePlus 7T Pro,
  • Redmi K20 Pro.
  • Royale Flexpai.
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e,
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
  • Sony Xperia 1,
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10.

Last year, the inexpensive Pocophone F1 almost won the competition. In this probably took place without major surprises, though … Samsung Galaxy S10e at one stage of the competition easily beat Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with a matrix with a resolution of 108 Mpx. This example is another proof that megapixels are not everything – at least if you compare photos taken in the sizes most commonly found on social media. Another surprise may be the fact that Internet users have acknowledged the superiority of OnePlus 7T Pro over the Apple iPhone 11 Pro.

Who was the big winner? Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ triumphed in the competition, which beat Samsung Galaxy S10e in the final. However, it is worth following the entire video material to see how Internet users voted, what photos individual smartphones take and which devices won in duels on their way to the grand finale.

Do you agree with the choices of Internet users? Or maybe you would choose other finalists?

Source: YouTube