Comparisons betweeniPhone 8 Plus Apple and the Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung continue to multiply on the Internet. In its last test, the site CNET compared the video performance of these two high-end smartphones.
The iPhone 8 Plus is one of 3 new smartphones from Apple this year. The model has been available on the market since September. The camera recording resolutions are as follows: 4K (24/30/60 fps), 1080p (30/60 fps) and 720p (30 fps). For the slow motion, the resolution is 1080p (120/240 fps). Then, the focal apertures of his camera are f / 1.8 (wide angle) and f / 2.8 (telephoto). The iPhone 8 Plus has a front camera of 7 megapixels with f / 2.2 as focal aperture, and offers optical stabilization (wide angle).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 offers recording resolutions of 4K (30 fps), 1080p (30/60 fps) and 720p (30 fps). Slow motion video capture is done at 1080p (120 fps) and 720p (240 fps). The South Korean smartphone has focal apertures f / 1.7 (wide angle) and f / 2.4 (telephoto). The front camera of the Galaxy Note 8 has a capacity of 8 megapixels with f / 1.7 as focal aperture, and it offers optical and digital stabilization.
Brighter images with iPhone 8 Plus
The videos obtained with the two smartphones show that the images captured by the iPhone 8 Plus benefit from a wider range of colors, which is not the case with the Note 8 with which the images are duller. However, the Samsung phone offers better image stabilization for zooms. The stereo sound rendering is also better on the Note 8.