The two biggest Android phones of the moment couldnâ€™t be more different. They’re so different, in fact, that thereâ€™s nearly $1,000 between them: The Google Pixel 4a costs just $349, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will set you back a whopping $1,300. But while itâ€™s crazy to compare things like performance, design, or battery life between phones so different in price, the camera is another story.
The Pixel 4a’sÂ photography chops are more high-end than its price tag would suggest. It has the same main camera as the $899Â Pixel 4 XL, as well as the same camera app features, including Night Sight and Live HDR+. And because itâ€™s a Google phone, we know the processing is off-the-charts awesome. But can it stand up to a phone that costs nearly four times as much? Letâ€™s find out.