With iPhone 8 Plus's enhanced camera features that surpasses Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s, there is a huge possibility that the top spot will be snatched from Samsung. We are quite aware that these two companies are in the competition of producing the world's best smartphones. But as for the best smartphone camera, Apple seems to be getting ahead.

Antonio Villas-Boas of Business Insider compared photographs taken on two phones in a gloomy setting to show the difference. One photo is taken using the Galaxy Note 8, which will be released in the coming days, and the other was shot on iPhone 8 Plus. The results are interesting.

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Apple’s product allows you to take a brighter photo even if the surrounding is not.

The clarity exceeds from the previous iPhone release and a not-so-bright environment will not be too much of an issue. On the other hand, Samsung’s product captures a photo that is a little darker from the iPhone. If compared, we can see a dreary effect that makes the weather more gloomy-looking. The results may start to change a little if both cameras are using the optical zoom.

Both mobile phones still produce high-quality photos though, perfect for capturing moments as their advertisements suggest. It just depends whether the user prefers an iPhone 8 Plus or a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Did Apple really disappoint its customers?

A lot of loyal consumers were in a frenzy during the release of the latest iPhone product, but some of them went home disappointed when they found out about the earpiece issue.

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Some of these consumers, later on, shared their experience on Reddit, Apple’s customer support and on social media, that there is a kind-of static sound when they make a call. Apple acknowledged this mistake immediately, promising a fix for some cases.

An Apple spokesperson confirmed that a software update is on its way to solve the issue with the statement, “We are aware of the issue which is affecting customers in a small number of cases. Our team is at work on a fix, which will be included in an upcoming software release.”

How soon is this update coming through? Good thing the issue does not exist in every single call. But it does seem like it is a software problem since there is no static sound present when the earpiece is used as a loudspeaker.

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