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Google Pixel takes better photos than the iPhone 7 in most cases

Before the mobs come out and put a hex on me, remember that photography and image quality is subjective. What looks better to me might not to you. That said, let's get on to the camera comparisons between Google's new Pixel and Pixel XL and the iPhone 7/7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. SEE ALSO: Battle of the phablets: Google Pixel XL vs. iPhone 7 Plus vs. Galaxy Note 7 On paper, Google, Apple and Samsung's flagship phones appear to have the same cameras: 12 megapixels on the back.
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