iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy S10 Plus camera comparison

Which of these giants takes the best photos and video? We tested out the cameras on both phones to find out.

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30 Replies to “iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy S10 Plus camera comparison”

  1. Marianne Barrera

    I took some shots of the sunrise yesterday. First with my iPhone X and then with my new S10+. The shots with my S10+ were noticeably better. The iPhone changed the pink sky to orange and was not as sharp. The S10 shots were so much sharper and the colors more true to life.

  2. Janelee Keller

    Well Done ?.

    Will continue to wait for, 2020 !

    I have to say, although I don't quite know why, I enjoy Your Videos much more than all the one's I watch from any of the "boys" ? ? ?

    What do you think that says about Them ??

    JaneLee ?️
    7:29 AM

  3. Zim Zeno

    I hate the Iphone big time with the ugly notch, camera bump and very expensive compared to samsung is worth buying with s-pen and One-Handed mode, dual speaker, dolby atmos dual camera with slo-mo, no bump, bigger screen, Edge screen, brightness 1200 nits, AOD- always on display, Picture in Picture, 3 biometric, no notch blocking the beautiful oled screen, Super Amoled WQHD 2960×1440 screen resolution, up to 512g extra storage, multi display window, Liquid Cooling, live wallpaper, Customization, bigger battery, 6 or 8 bigger ram, head phone jack, fast charger and headphone included in the box, can also use VR and Samsung Dex Station, now tell me what does Iphone have to make me want to buy Iphone. Iphone is using Samsung Oled screen, Yes Iphone has a faster and higger benchmark it doesnt mean I'll be racing everyone who has samsung phone that will be boring, Its true Iphone is boring why should i waste my money for boring phone. Think about it what do you do with the phone for a second, minute and hour, stare at it, what do you like to see on the phone, for $1500. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been reviewed on Consumer Reports, they have outed the iPhone XS Max review as well and as expected the Galaxy Note 9 retains its number one spot. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs iPhone XS Max rivalry ends with the Note 9 taking the win, at least on Consumer Reports' website.

  4. Dr. Nemo

    We're planning to get a new phone but I'm still confused which one to get. I'm an android user and I would like to know if this iPhone is really worth buying or should I stick to android and get the s10 plus?? Hope someone can help me?

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