Marcus Brownley, a popular YouTube blogger, has compared the functionality of the dual main camera of the new flagship OnePlus 6 with the main competitors: iPhone X, Pixel 2 XL, Huawei P20 Pro and Galaxy S9 +. To compare, he made several classic shots in different conditions: street, objects, portraits, landscape, etc. At first the cameras were compared under normal conditions with decent lighting with a contrasting subject in the center. OnePlus 6 is able to convey less detail. The texture of the objects turned out to be quite smooth. Probably, this effect is obtained due to post-processing algorithms. At the same time, the photos on the iPhone X had the brightest colors as if they were processed by the editor: A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + Further more complicated: lighting not enough, the object in the center is dark, the table is contrasted. Then OnePlus 6 did a good job. Details were preserved in very dark or, conversely, bright areas. True, the table does not seem white, but gray. Huawei P20 Pro loses with respect to it. Here the exposure was not high enough. The picture has lost a lot of details. A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + The next stage: cloudy weather and landscape photography. Here, all test samples were approximately at the same level. Only the iPhone X took a much lighter shot than the rest. A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + Next – in cloudy weather, an object was shot outdoors to the center. The details were again smoothed over by OnePlus 6. This was especially noticeable on the metal base of the lamp. The most vivid image of the iPhone X.A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + When shooting people with smartphones, a similar result was shown. Huawei P20 Pro and OnePlus 6 smooth the skin quite strongly – so much so that wrinkles and wrinkles are almost invisible. Other gadgets behaved in approximately the same style: A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + OnePlus 6 performed well in poor lighting conditions, although noises were noticeable. In addition, he preserved the texture of the table better than Huawei P20 Pro.A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + Last test – portrait shooting modes with blur effect background. OnePlus 6 decently coped with human selection. True, artifacts are noticeable on the hair. The Pixel 2 XL is the best. All smartphones received different contrasts. As well as white balance. But here is a matter of taste. A – OnePlus 6, B – iPhone X, C – Pixel 2 XL, D – Huawei P20 Pro, E – Galaxy S9 + In principle, OnePlus 6 can work no worse than other flagships. The main thing is that in future updates they will increase the detail of images and reduce the amount of blur. It is difficult to determine a unique leader in the tested five. All indicators are exclusively for the amateur.