iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy Note 9 camera shootout

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Two of the biggest phones flex their photo and video muscles.

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  1. Yes, iPhone has some better features in the camera. Being the low light video, maybe digital zoom. But most of the categories are better for the note 9. The low light comparison isn’t even a competition

  2. your still a fat man, holding 2 phones on a youtube video for all to see, maybe instead of a new phone , maybe get a new diet , and priorities. Or maybe just taking better photo's will fix your whole life of bad food and a stationary life style.

  3. Oh i see the trend here so when thay say note 9 is better oh yeah it is perfectly true but when iphone is better like now oh no hes biased no but what happenes when every freaking youtuber say iphone is better and dxo also confirms iphone has better camera well then all the youtibres are paid by apple and dxo is corrupted wut

  4. 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, 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, 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.

  5. iPhone pictures don't look realistic, they look edited (even though they are not). With Samsung, you can take a picture and automatically fixes it, but there is still a natural feeling to it.