The images are first and are followed by videos of the same scenes. The videos were taken in non HEVC format in 4k 30 fps. They are very hard to align as one uses EIS & OIS while the other uses just OIS. The Pixel 2 with EIS ends up having a smaller field of view and shifts not directly with my movements. The phones seem to perform differently in overcast weather with rain, as I was surprised how they took turns besting each other. I hope you enjoy the video! Like and subscribe if you enjoy videos like this.
How do you like the new intro? This is an overview of the battery life while using my Google Pixel 2 daily on T-Mobile LTE all day, and Wi-Fi when at home in the evening. My day consists of Spotify, Reddit, Duo, and Chrome. I keep location on but location history off, with brightness at around 40%. Let me know what you think in the comments below. I do not play any games which is probably why it lasts so well for me. Coming from a Pixel XL, this phone holds up just as well.
This in depth video and image comparison really surprised me. I reveal at the end which one is the Google Pixel 2 and which one is the Apple iPhone 8. They were both set to record in 4k30 (Non HEVC) for equal comparison, and their image modes were on default settings.
It is a little hard to perfectly align them as the Pixel 2 uses EIS which crops the image and prevents small movements while the iPhone 8 uses OIS allowing for more to fit in the frame when compared to the Pixel 2.
Check out the video in 4k if possible, with pictures towards the end. Which one do you think is better? Results are revealed on the last 2 images.
The EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) made it hard to align every frame, but it is as matched up as I could get it. I think the Pixel 2 held up better overall, what do you think?