Here are the first photos from the Pixel 3. I took it for a ride on the bike late afternoon with low level sun and sunset conditions. I also took my Samsung Galaxy S7, which was the flagship phone and camera two years ago. How much progress has been made in camera technology with the Pixel 3? The following photos are taken with standard automatic settings from the same angle within 10 to 20 seconds of each other.
There are plenty of reviews for new phones. This makes sense: people are shopping for new devices, so they look online to learn more about the devices on the market. While this provides information about the device at the time of first use, it doesn’t tell you how well the same device will behave over time. A phone on day 1 is not the same phone two or three years later.
What changes is not only newer models coming out. It is that applications that run on the phone keep getting more CPU, memory and resource intensive. The device also may run low in storage, slowing down the user experience. Newer operating systems may compound this, if the phone in question is lucky enough to receive these upgrades in a seamless and timely manner. This review covers a Galaxy S7 I had for two years and the overall user experience, not just having the device for a week, but in the fullness of time.