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I took a bunch of photos the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and it's clear that Apple and Samsung have very different ideas of what makes a good photo

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Every high-end smartphone takes good photos now, but smartphone makers have different ideas of what your photos should look like.
Apple plays it safe with balanced and more accurate "real-to-life" photos that don't pop as much, but rarely ever disappoint.
Samsung is high-octane and likes to boost everything to make your photos pop more, which can lead to some great results, but it doesn't always work out, and it might not be to everyone's liking.
You can clearly see Apple and Samsung's camera philosophies in the photos I took below.
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