Apple’s iPhone 11 reviews are out and once again the camera of the new iPhones has set a new standard. In other words, Smartphone reviewers have all praise for the cameras in the new iPhones — it’s the “Best Camera Smartphone” you can buy at this moment.

Smartphone reviewers are also keeping an eye on the upcoming Pixel 4 XL, which plenty of tech pundits believe should take the “The Smartphone Camera” status from the iPhone 11 Pro Max. While we’ll have to wait and see whether or not Pixel 4 XL manages to beat the new iPhone in the camera performance, the Pixel 4 XL can capture better images than the last years iPhone XS Max.

In a new video published by ReLab, iPhone XS Max went head to head against the yet-to-be-released Google Pixel 4 XL.

According to the video, Google is sticking to Sony IMX363 image sensor – 12.2MP with 1.4µm pixels, 1/2.55 — the exact same sensor that can be found in recently launched the Pixel 3 and 3a. The telephoto camera has an IMX481 sensor – 16MP with 1.0µm pixels, 1/3.6( via GSMArena).

For the front camera, Google is using an 8MP IMX520 sensor (1.22µm) coupled with OVM infrared sensor for 3D face scanning.

In another video comparison, the Google Pixel 4 XL was compared with the Galaxy Note 10+ and the result was quite disappointing for Google as Samsung’s flagship was able to beat the upcoming Pixel in camera performance.

It worth noting that the video compared an unfinished Pixel 4 XL to an already released product and, therefore, it’d be wise to reach to a conclusion only after Google ships its upcoming flagship to the public.