Which has the best camera functions? The photographs to back it up as. See how it stacks up against the iPhone 13 Pro Max by looking at this side-by-side comparison with a picture of a garden shed. The Z Fold’s picture seems better-defined and has more accurate coloration than the iPhone’s.
Furthermore, the fruit tart in the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s photo seems odd, especially given the overall warm setting. The iPhone 13 Pro Max took the superior image because it accurately rendered the scene’s colors and lighting. Nonetheless, Fold 4’s presentation of the tart is highly enticing.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4’s effort at a floral photo was noticeably less bright than the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s. A more vivid and clear picture may be seen in the latter. At least the clarity in both shots is high quality.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 30x zoom and the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 15x zoom, the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s telephoto lens impressed us the most. The picture on the Fold 4 loses a lot of information at the image’s edges, but the GWR sign is still discernible. Despite improvements in detail, the iPhone cannot match 30x in terms of clarity.
Samsung may have gone a touch far with the saturation in this ultrawide shot overlooking a park. Aesthetically, nevertheless, the photo holds up.
Even after testing Samsung’s new foldable, we have no reason to remove the iPhone 13 Pro Max from the top spot in our best camera phones list. However, unlike its forerunners, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is now a credible challenger.
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