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I’ve been using the iPhone 11 for 3 months, and it’s my favorite iPhone I’ve ever owned — and also the one with the most issue...
The iPhone 11 is my favorite of the three iPhones I've owned, mainly for the color, camera, and large screen.
An ex-Googler who’s now an exec at drone-maker Skydio said he went from the phone to the drone industry because ‘phones have gotten kind o...
Tom Moss, the COO of Skydio, spent years in the smartphone business before moving to what he says is the next generation of cameras.
These normal, everyday photos I took with the Pixel 4 show what one of the best smartphone cameras in the world can do
The Pixel 4 has a 12-megapixel lens and a 16-megapixel zoom lens that Google said will make zoomed photos look amazing.
There are 7 key reasons you should buy Samsung’s $900 Galaxy S10 instead of the cheaper Google Pixel 4
Samsung's Galaxy S10 is $100 more than the Pixel 4, but it has the specs, features, and design to show for it.
An increasingly popular smartphone you’ve never heard of is launching in Singapore for S$469 – and its 64MP camera is as good as DSLRs
The smartphone takes only 80 minutes to fully charge, and will be available in Pearl White and Pearl Blue colours.
Most phones have 12- to 16-megapixel cameras, but higher megapixel numbers doesn't necessarily mean better photos.
Google's Pixel 4 didn't blow away reviewers, but there's still a few things about Google's flagship that trump Samsung's Galaxy S10.
If the "Deep Fusion" camera update in iOS 13.2 makes any improvement, it should solidify the iPhone 11-series as the best smartphone camera of 2019.
Everyone expected the Pixel 4 to have the best smartphone camera, but Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro ruined Google’s party
It was close, but Google let Apple win the battle of the square cameras because of one controversial decision for the Pixel 4.
Google made 3 big mistakes with the Pixel 4’s camera, and missed a golden opportunity to make it unbeatable
The camera on the Pixel 4 would have been untouchable had Google included an ultrawide lens, and Google's fancy zooming doesn't save it, either.