HTC U11+ versus Pixel 2: camera shootout
Our Pixel 2 and HTC U11+ coverage continues with a camera shootout between the two smartphones. In the video above, we show off the video quality from the front and rear cameras and also compare side-by-side photos from both sensors.
On paper, both devices have similar camera setups. The Google Pixel 2 has a 12.2MP main sensor which is paired with an f/1.8 lens, OIS, phase detect autofocus and a dual-LED flash. Its front-facing camera captures images at 8MP and has an f/2.4 lens. HTC’s U11+ features a 12MP sensor on the back with a slightly-wider aperture of f/1.7, but its OIS, phase-detect autofocus and dual-LED flash match what’s on the Pixel. The front-facing camera on HTC’s phone is also better on paper with an 8MP sensor which captures images and video through its f/2.0 lens.
Take a look at the video to see how the cameras on the Pixel 2 and HTC U11+ match up. You can also click the link below to download the full resolution images from both phones which were used in the video.