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  • Hey, Tuck later.

  • Welcome back to coffee time with your host.

  • Ex Google Ex Facebook Tech lead Today I wanted to give you a review of my thoughts on the new pick.

  • So four and the iPhone 11 pro, and I've been busy testing these two phones over the past couple of days just for you.

  • So do me a big favor and click the like button, and that's all I ask in return.

  • The first thing to know is naming.

  • Some people may be tempted to compare their Google pixel afford to the iPhone 11 but you actually need to compare to the 11 probe.

  • Apple kind of did a little marketing trick where they took the budget iPhone 10 R and renamed it to the iPhone 11.

  • The thing is, the standard I found the 11 is kind of in the different class because it's using a nano led screen.

  • That's just a standard LCD screen.

  • I've an HD quality, so it's still okay.

  • And if you're into iPhones, it may be the one to get because of the cheaper price.

  • But what we're doing today is comparing the flagship phones.

  • By the way, this is the Google pixel for Excel.

  • So it's a little bit bigger.

  • And, you know, we can talk about the display little bit.

  • Actually, the picks a force there is.

  • One thing has is the 90 Hertz refresh rate.

  • So you'll see scrolling Texan and the nation's navigating between naps.

  • It just feels far more smoother.

  • I think that's a really big feature about this phone, other than that both of the displays are led screens, so they have really good deep blacks.

  • But where I think the pick so far, far short a little bit is the screen brightness.

  • The iPhone 11 is a lot brighter than the pixel in broad daylight.

  • I think this is like anywhere from 500 to 100 and it's of Brenton is Rose.

  • This is like 415 minutes or so, So if you're working outside a lot like in the sun than the pixel, for, it's going to look a little bit darker.

  • But it's still very usable, and if you go find some shade, then it's going to be fine Now.

  • One of the new features for the pixel for is the motion sensor where you could just wave your hand either left or right, and then the phone would detect that and they could do things like switch songs.

  • Or it can turn off an alarm.

  • Personally, I thought their futures seem kind of cool efforts.

  • But then the more I use that the Martha it seemed a little gimmicky because you have to swipe your hand really close.

  • If you swipe your hand above it, like pretty far, then is not going to be able to detect that.

  • And if you're typing things around, then people are going to think that you're waving at them.

  • Maybe you're trying to swat a fly, and the whole idea were like, If I'm sleepy and they wake up and the alarm rings, then I could just wave it and have it dismissed.

  • I would have to positioned the phone really carefully before I go to bed and just make it right at my bedside and then make sure when they wave my hand to just put a few inches above the phone, so I don't think that that would be a true reality.

  • But where did you find this feature?

  • Useful is, I could just quickly swipe left on right to switch songs when browsing websites reading something on my phone, and that makes it quite nice and convenient.

  • Overall, though, for true hands off operation, I realize I also wanted to be able to switch the volume up and down.

  • And then I realized I might need four directions, like swipe left and right, swipe up and down.

  • This radar currently only recognizes left and right stripes, which makes me wonder if at that point we should just be using voice to control our phones.

  • But I think the tech is still pretty early and that this feature it's more of a gimmick.

  • Perhaps the picture for also comes with a new recorder app, which I thought was really cool, actually.

  • So it will record speech and then transfer at that into text and that you can actually click on the text to go to that location in the audio file and you can skip around, and as you play the audio, you can see the tax.

  • Which part is being read?

  • So this could be a groundbreaking feature for people who are students or journalists.

  • Anybody who records audio a lot that needs to go through that and go through the notes.

  • I imagine it could also be nice for language learners.

  • Which brings us to the other feature that this phone has life captions.

  • If you're listening to a podcast audio or watching video, the phone will actually listen in on that and show the captions on screen in real time, which is an excellent feature if you're hard of hearing, for example, or if you're learning the language, all right, so let's talk about maybe the most interesting future here at the cameras.

  • Both of these phones come with very similar camera configurations.

  • They have a single front facing camera for selfies and that on the back they have a standard wide angle lens and the telephoto lens.

  • And then for the iPhone 11 pro.

  • There's also an ultra white 13 millimeter lens.

  • So this ultra wide angle lens, I think, to me, is one of the defining differences between the iPhone 11 pro and the pick.

  • So for now, I want to get into that, but let's go through these lenses one by one.

  • First, the front facing camera, I realized, actually that the pixel force front facing camera is actually wider than the iPhone Elevens camera by about 10% or so and in video.

  • The pixel for is actually 20 to 30% wider, I think, than the iPhone 11.

  • Which makes it, in my opinion, better for flogging if that's what you're really into.

  • Doing with that recommend you do is going to set things and disabled video stabilisation because that puts a huge crop into all of your videos.

  • Once you disable that, you'll find the picture for his field of you to be much wider.

  • And there's also another new setting here.

  • Save Selfie as previewed, which will prevent pixel from mirroring your selfie shots.

  • I recommend you disabled that as well.

  • All right, so for the front camera, I'm giving pixel for the win here.

  • For the ultra wide.

  • That's something only the iPhone 11 pro has, and it's a 2.4 13 millimeter lens.

  • It's certainly a cool effect on a lot of fun to use, but in my opinion it's also quite crippled.

  • So let me tell you why Number one.

  • It is extremely soft and in low light.

  • There's so much noise reduction on that ultra white.

  • Your pictures lose so much detail and then video as well that ultra white is just really noisy.

  • It's finally in broad daylight, but I don't recommend using in them scenarios.

  • The other funny thing is, for some reason, they disabled night sight with the ultra white, which kind of defeats allowed that the purpose of using the ultra white for landscape photography.

  • I also wanted to note that these ultra wide lenses they're not the easiest to use.

  • There's usually so much distortion at the edges in traditional photography.

  • You normally go to that focal length for some specialty scenario, like architecture in terror room shots.

  • So I think we're going to be seeing a lot of people misusing that future, probably shooting faces that get elongated legs that gets stretched out.

  • And that reminds me when they used to shoot with ultra wide lenses on full frame DSLR cameras, I'd often use perspective, distortion, software, toe warp.

  • The image is such that they look a little bit more natural, more like the type you would get if you were to use Panorama mode.

  • And so one interesting dilemma for iPhone 11 users now is well.

  • You can either use the ultra wide lens or you can use just a panorama mope, and you may find that the panorama mode will give you image that could be more pleasing for you.

  • The ultra wide angle usually makes the center of the Mitchell look very small.

  • So I think overall, even though the Pixel four doesn't have ultra white, it does have panorama mode, which should cover you for a lot of scenarios.

  • But I have to give it to Apple here.

  • I think the ultra wide angle is a lot of fun, especially, I notice that you can do ultra wide with the panorama, moved and get some ultra ultra white images that just looked really bizarre, but pretty fun.

  • Now movie on the premier camera, for both of these phones is going to be the standard and telephoto lenses on the back.

  • Both of them, I find, are really good, tested them both in the variety of scenarios, and the pictures looked pretty identical.

  • So I think that's saying something for Apple, which has pretty much caught up to pixel in terms of camera quality.

  • I think that picks those white balance sense a pee a little bit more accurate.

  • Maybe they're using machine learning to figure out what the white balance that these pictures should be.

  • It tends to be on the blue, her side, especially in nighttime scenarios, which works that well because it helps keep more of the colors and then for the telephoto zoom.

  • But of these cameras can zoom in quite a bit.

  • That pick spoken to a X.

  • The iPhone 11 pro can do 10 X.

  • You'll find that the pixels zoom.

  • Image quality is generally better.

  • There's less artifacts.

  • They're using their computational photography super telephoto to merge a bunch of images to come up with a final father.

  • That's higher quality.

  • IPhone tends to have a few more artifacts if you zoom in, but they're both pretty comparable, Not the bouquet is quite interesting to talk about.

  • The bouquet is that background blur you get, especially if you're using portrait mode.

  • And for some reason I found that the iPhone 11 spoke a is.

  • It's just beautiful.

  • It's much better, for some reason than the picks off.

  • Or even though Google says they've been working on that book, a feature.

  • The iPhone 11 spoke.

  • It just looks more realistic.

  • Lights and speculator highlights tend to just blue mountain to beautiful circles that overlay each other.

  • And generally you would use the raw image data to figure out where these speculum headlights are pick.

  • So for supposedly, they're doing that technique as well.

  • But I just didn't notice it that much.

  • I checked out the video quality.

  • Both seem fairly similar.

  • The front facing camera again for the pics of four seems a little bit higher, quality, just not as soft.

  • The iPhone seemed to apply more smooth landing on the faces, but it may make you look better over a video quality seemed pretty similar across the board.

  • Both of these phones have.

  • Night sight is a lot of fun.

  • Playing with them the way it works is in the dark environment.

  • These phones will allow you to take a long exposure.

  • I've only love unless you do a 32nd exposure picture for unless you do a pill form in.

  • The exposure actually had a lot of fun going out in very dark environments, and that would bring a tripod and take a shop, and these phones both produced nice results.

  • The biggest difference is that the pics afford the white balance again.

  • This blowers of the colors just look better, and also because they allow for a foreman exposure.

  • You can really just push the image quality higher and higher if you encounter a scene that looks really cool now this is where picks a marketing team, gets a little bit crate events as well.

  • You can shoot that Milky Way with Astro photography through a form in the exposure.

  • Yeah, maybe you could, and it might be kind of fun to do that occasionally, actually.

  • But for me, I found that after waiting around for minutes, I just didn't want to wait around that long all the time.

  • It could be kind of fun to do on the camping trip, actually.

  • But beyond that, there's a few other minor differences that Badri on the iPhone 11 this little bit bigger.

  • The OS is completely different.

  • And the press, of course.

  • $100 versus $1000.

  • If it were me, I might recommend looking into the budget bridges of these phones.

  • The picks Lo three A or the iPhone 11.

  • The three a cause, like 400 bucks, that's half as much.

  • So there you have it.

  • The pixel four and 1/2 on the 11 in my opinion, both pretty much just as good or just as bad.

  • One cost 200 bucks more than the other, and both Google and Apple kind of dropped the ball this year.

  • It would be great if I could photograph the Milky Way with the ultra wide angle lens so I could get the whole sky with some of the foreground as well, using something like the ultra white on the iPhone 11.

  • And I'm going to need that four minute nightsight on the pick.

  • So four.

  • Which do you prefer it?

  • The picks?

  • A four plus 200 bucks in cash, the iPhone 11 pro or none of them just $1000 saved in cash.

  • So let me know your thoughts.

  • If you like the video, give the like and subscribe.

  • Really appreciate that.

  • And I will see you next time.

Hey, Tuck later.

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