The new OnePlus 7 Pro gives you so much phone for the money that it puts Google's flagship on notice. Find out who wins the battle of the OnePlus 7 Pro vs. Pixel
While the choice between these phone cameras sometimes comes down to personal preference, the Huawei P30 Pro shows much more potential for capturing amazing nighttime photos than the Pixel 3.
The Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 9 both boast excellent cameras. We pitted the two phones against each other in a photo face-off.
Of course the Galaxy S10 offers a better camera, but how much better? The difference isn't as stark as you'd think.
The Galaxy S10 adds a third rear lens and some other impressive camera improvements. Are those enough to top our favorite smartphone camera, the Google Pixel 3?
The Pixel 3 wins high praise for the quality of its still images. But how well does it stand up when things get moving?
We tested the electronic image stabilization of the Insta360 OneX versus the mechanical image stabilization of the DJI Osmo Pocket.
When it debuted in 2016, the iPhone 7 Plus was the gold standard of smartphone photography. But expect a big leap forward if you upgrade to the iPhone XS Max.
How do the iPhone XS' new dual cameras compare to those of the Galaxy Note 9? We went on a photo tour with both phones to find out.
Nikon's Z6 and Z7 are the company's first full-frame mirrorless cameras; how do they compare to Sony's?
We compared the dual-lens, AI-enabled cameras in the Note 9 to those in the iPhone X and Pixel 2 XL. Here's how they stack up.
When you're making a photo book, calendar or card, which of these two printing services should you use?
We put Huawei's triple-camera marvel up against the two best phones for photography out there: the Pixel 2 and iPhone X.
In a head-to-head-to-head shootout with the Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9+, the Google Pixel 2 XL took over the top spot as our favorite smartphone camera. Here’s why.
We put the Pixel 2 XL and Galaxy Note head to head to find out which Android heavyweight better justifies its steep price tag.
If it's been two years since you last bought an iPhone, now's the time to trade in that aging iPhone 6s Plus for a newer dual-lens model. Our comparison shows exactly what camera improvements you stand to gain.
In this head-to-head photography comparison, we find out which big-screen flagship is the king of dual-camera smartphones.
We took the iPhone X and the Google Pixel 2 XL on a photo safari to see which had the better camera.
The iPhone 8 Plus and Google Pixel 2 XL both boast fantastic cameras, but Apple's dual-lens shooter has the edge.
Both the Note 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus boast powerful dual cameras, but the iPhone delivers better image quality overall based on our comparisons.
The OnePlus 5 is the latest phone to hop on the dual-camera bandwagon, but can it top the iPhone 7 Plus for quality?
Once scoffed at by photographers, in-camera digital enlargement is now a handy option to stretch zoom beyond what the lens can do.
How do the new Galaxy S8's cameras compare to the best Apple has to offer? Samsung's flagship is better, but not by much.
While the Google Pixel has a very capable camera, it gets soundly beat by the dual-shooters in LG's G6.
The Google Pixel takes stunning photos and offers great detail, but the iPhone 7 offers more natural colors and the Galaxy S7 is still the best all around.
The LG V20 puts up a good fight against the Galaxy S7 and Huawei P9 in terms of photo quality, but it pulls ahead in the video department.
Samsung's new super phone beats Apple's best handset with image stabilization, a larger aperture and new white-balance tech.