Comparative duel: Oppo Find X5 Pro vs Google Pixel 7 Pro
If there is one area in which the two smartphones have shown their value, it is that of shooting. That of Oppo relies on 50-megapixel sensors for its wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle modules (f / 1.7 and f / 2.2), while a third 13-megapixel sensor, with a telephoto lens equivalent to 52 mm, allows it to offer 2x magnification. On the Google side, a 50 megapixel sensor is also at the controls of the wide-angle module (f / 1.9 optics), while a 12 Mpx sensor is associated with ultra wide-angle optics (f / 2.2) and that a third of 48 Mpx is flanked by a lens offering a 5x optical zoom.
The comparison of their results shows that the difference is tenuous between the two smartphones. At wide-angle, the rendering is a little softer with the Oppo terminal, that of Google betting on a more frank accentuation of the details, but it is clear that the two devices deliver images that are just as convincing. We note that despite a much lower definition, the Pixel 7 Pro easily rises to the height of its competitor, and even does slightly better in terms of color reproduction in low light.
The telephoto module produces, on the Google device, daytime images that are a little smoother, but very close to those of its competitor, despite a higher magnification. At night, its software processing confirms its performance and reveals more details. It is also its performance in low light, all modules combined, which allows the Pixel 7 Pro to win this round, but by very little.
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