Google might be losing the “,best camera phone” tag forever

Are you a camera freak and tend to have an eye on the best camera lenses and pixels every now and then? Earlier, the world had pixels all around us. It was a kingdom back then, with Pixel 6 and 7 being the rulers of it. After the introduction of some of the best innovations like Samsung and Apple smartphones, Pixels were not only regarded as a second choice, but were even ignored by Google and its market-based responses.

The Pixel is no longer the king of the cameras, the sole reason being the stiff competition it has around it. Competitors like Huawei, Xiaomi, Samsung, and Apple have all produced smart gadgets with astonishing digital cameras and software processing.

Talking about the iPhone, it is one of the top models for recording images and videos with the best resolution. In fact, the iPhone 13 Professional now takes among the greatest Portrait Mode pictures one can ever find. It shines bright even in low light with probably the most sensible and easy implementation of Evening Mode in the marketplace.

Although,Google and Samsung have developed a comprehensive relationship with numerous mutual benefits, It is thereby willing to choose Samsung for more parts than other companies. What will be Google’s next step is somewhat of a point worthy of discussion.




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