The Camera Blind Test results will help OnePlus improve the OnePlus 7 Pro camera

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With the release of the latest update for the OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS, which introduced several improvements to the photographic sector, the Chinese company has simultaneously launched a blind test in which it has invited various users and enthusiasts to vote for the photo considered by them better, without knowing which device had actually taken it.

OnePlus 7 Pro was therefore compared to other sacred photography monsters, namely Huawei P30 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Google Pixel 3 XL. Today, OnePlus has released the results of this survey, which gathered more than 3,000 participants.

According to the manufacturer, the results will be used by the OnePlus 7 Pro software team to further improve the photographic sector, which has been continuously updated since the launch of the device. The test also served to understand what the users’ preferences are in certain scenic contexts, so as to further optimize those aspects that are behind the competition.

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In the blind test, we find the same scene portrayed by the different smartphones compared: we can see scenes that are almost different from one another, such as an urban scene in daylight, a shot with a cloudy sky, shots with HDR, at night or inside buildings.

You can view the survey results to see how OnePlus 7 Pro has been placed in the gallery above, with the hope that the development team will continue to work on optimization. The photos used for the test were instead loaded, at original quality, on this address.

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It is worth to mention that recently, a new update for the OnePlus 7 Pro has been released with a couple of features. In addition to system stability and fix for recently reported issues, this new update also optimizes the side-slip gesture, adding a sliding back gesture.

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