Google recently unveiled its flagship Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. Both devices offer top-of-the-line features include a new fancy 18:9 OLED display, perhaps the best and most eye-catching feature on these smartphones are their camera sensors.
Both Pixel 2 phones boast a 12.2MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture, and according to the DxOMark it is the best smartphone camera ever. The camera sure offers a immaculate pictures, but how Google made it possible is a lesser known fact.
A new video from Google’s Nat and Friends has given us a sneak-peek into Pixel 2’s hardware, software and the team that tests the functionality.
Additionally, Nat and Friends also took a road trip with the Pixel 2 to test its camera potential. All pictures and videos of the road trip are captured on the Pixel 2 and no colour editing or post production tweaks were made to the images.
Here’s the video:...