When Apple introduced the portrait mode on the iPhone 7 Plus almost two years ago, it became a much talked about and coveted feature.
A phone that could give your photos the coveted look of a chic, expensive camera? It sounded like a dream come true.
Since then, other premium smartphone manufacturers have added the feature to their own devices. Samsung's version is called Live Focus, and Google has added its own version of the technology to both pixel and pixel 2 sizes. I'm not a professional or even amateur photographer, but I enjoy trying to capture beautiful photos on my smartphone. I wanted to test the feature on three of the top smartphones: the iPhone 8 Plus, the Pixel 2 XL, and the Galaxy S9.
Over the course of a few days I have tested the function in all sorts of situations and situations. B. in low light, light indoors and outdoors and busy background. While all three phones had their own strengths and weaknesses, a phone was the most consistent.
So it went: