While iPhone camera quality has improved by leaps and bounds over the past few years, Apple's Android rivals haven't exactly been sitting idly by. On the contrary, a number of Android handset manufacturers in recent memory have devoted more and more engineering resources towards improving camera quality on their own devices. These days, nearly any high-end smartphone you buy will perform exceedingly well, but there are still some distinct differences between rival devices worth paying attention to, especially if camera quality is the most important feature you're looking for in a smartphone.
With that in mind, Tom's Guide recently put together an all-encompassing camera shootout that pits Apple's recently released iPhone 8 Plus against the Google Pixel 2. This shootout battle was particularly intriguing given that the iPhone 8 Plus builds upon the incredible photo quality delivered by last year's iPhone 7 Plus, adding improved low light performance, faster autofocus, advanced pixel processing, and more. The camera on the Google Pixel 2, meanwhile, was widely praised from all angles.
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