Tech News: 64MP blind camera comparison: Samsung Galaxy M31 vs Redmi Note 8 Pro

Tech News: 64MP blind camera comparison: Samsung Galaxy M31 vs Redmi Note 8 Pro

Smartphones with four cameras are no longer a novelty for mid-range and high-end smartphones, since four sensors can now be seen very well on affordable handsets. With Samsung launching the Galaxy M31 with a leading 64MP quad camera experience, we thought the time was perfect to test it and compare the results with the Redmi Note 8 Pro. Both Samsung Galaxy M31 and Redmi Note 8 Pro come with four cameras on their backs. The four sensors have the same purpose on both devices: the main mixer takes normal wide-angle photos, a secondary shooter with ultra-wide-angle shots, and the other two sensors take macro and portrait shots.

When it comes to the main camera, the Samsung Galaxy M31 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro carry 64MP sensors. Regarding front cameras, the Samsung device offers an impressive 32MP unit, while the other offers a relatively lower resolution at 20MP. Because they are priced the same, you have to ask yourself which of them is capable of taking The Best photos. As always, we let you decide that. Take this blind test and vote for the images that you think are The Best of all parties. You can come back a few days later to know which of the two phones was on top.

Postscript All photos are made in 4: 3 aspect ratio. And these images are adapted for the web.

Shot 1

For the first shot, we wanted to test the main 64MP cameras of the two phones, so we opted for a simple setting with a gate and some trees, with two buildings in the background. This can really show how well the cameras are able to handle high lights and shadows. The way the leaves are fixed on the trees can also give you an idea of ​​how well these cameras keep track of details.

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Shot 2

With macro cameras you can get incredibly close to your subjects to capture very small details, and that is exactly what we did in this test. The focal point we have chosen is in the center of the flower, so if that area is not in focus, the problem lies with the focusing power of the phone’s macro camera.

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Shot 3

Capturing close-ups of subjects such as flowers is a great test to see how color accuracy and details are processed by the cameras. This yellow flower appears to change color in the two images, so when you choose one, you choose the color that your eyes appreciate the most. Note that this is not a recording made with the macro cameras of these phones.

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Shot 4

The fourth shot is a long shot made in automatic mode to show how well the cameras can focus on distant objects. The results show you the dynamic range of these cameras, as well as their ability to capture details and sharpness. And this image also shows how the two phones change their color temperature based on their standard white balance settings.

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Shot 5

This scenario helps us to test the depth sensors of these phones. It is very important that they efficiently separate the background from the foreground, so that you do not see that some small parts of the foreground also fade away. The Best way to judge the portrait modes is to see how the hair strands are separated.

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Shot 6

Here are two nightly shots made by our competing smartphones. A good low-light image is featured by the ability to capture details and at the same time avoid noise. It is also important that highlights are not blown out in such recordings.

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Shot 7

Now let’s test the cameras on the front of these smartphones. Again, The Best way to rate these photos is to see how many details they can capture, and how accurate the skin tones are. Note that the AI ​​enhancement options were disabled while taking these photos.

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Shot 8

Neither of these smartphones comes with depth sensors on the front and relies on software to provide bokeh effects in selfies. The slight differences in the separation of the background from the foreground are what you should look at when judging these recordings.

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Make sure you cast your vote on all eight of the above comparisons. And come back in a few days to see which smartphone wins the camera blind test, Samsung Galaxy M31 or Redmi Note 8 Pro.

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