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Blind camera comparison: iPhone 8 Plus vs Galaxy Note 8


The Apple iPhone 8 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have some of the best cameras of all phones, but which one takes better pictures?

Often, our pre-conceptions about a brand name would make us sway our opinion in favor of our preferred brand, but what if we could get rid of our subjective preferences and look at things objectively, without any prejudices?


We challenge you to take a look at the photos below captured on the iPhone 8 Plus and the Note 8 and tell us which ones you like better. One thing to keep in mind: we have mixed up the order of phones and we have erased all information about which phone was used to capture a picture. It's blind camera comparison time!

Note: We have downsized the photos (except for the sharpness part), so they load faster. You can view the full resolution pictures here.

Color and Exposure



Which photo do you prefer?

A (left) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
27.28%
B (right) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
72.72%


Which photo do you prefer?

C (left) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
16.77%
D (right) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
83.23%

Dynamic Range



Which photo do you prefer?

E (left) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
63.14%
F (right) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
36.86%

Sharpness, Detail and Noise


For sharpness and detail, we have the full resolution pictures, as well as crops to help you take a closer look.


Which photo do you prefer?

G (left) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
19.25%
H (right) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
80.75%


Which photo do you prefer?

I (left) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
42.8%
J (right) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
57.2%

Portrait



Which photo do you prefer?

K (left) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
48.81%
L (right) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
51.19%

Selfie



Which photo do you prefer?

M (left) - Samsung Galaxy Note 8
27.24%
N (right) - Apple iPhone 8 Plus
72.76%

Related phones

iPhone 8 Plus
Galaxy Note8

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