Saturday, 30 May 2020

Google mocked iPhone on their latest ads through billboard


IllustrationIllustration - Pixel 3a and 3a XL are the brand-new Google phones that offer middle-class prices but with number of flagship cellphone features. And recently they mocked the iPhone X through an ad on billboards. Google's advertising billboards are displayed in number of places, one of it is near brand-new Apple Store at the Carnegie Library in Washington D.C., United States, as quoted from 9to5Google, on Monday, May 13th 2019.

In these advertisements, Google displays cellphone images that they write named Phone X at a price of USD 999, and right below they displayed a complete Pixel 3a image with a price of only USD 399. The pictures of the two phones have the same background image, but are darker on the background of Phone X.

This ad seems to mock the low light photo capabilities on Phone X - you can assume this is the iPhone X - rather than Pixel 3a which costs a lot cheaper. Google itself is indeed when launching Pixel 3a comparing the quality of its low light photos with the Apple phone. And the photos that Google uses in the keynote are the same photos they use on billboards.

"When other cellphone cameras try it with expensive hardware, we present it with software and AI - including high-end photography computing. The point is: Pixel 3a can produce extraordinary photos in low light with Night Sight. This is the most popular feature Pixel has" said Google product management VP Sabrina Ellis, in her keynote at Google I / O 2019.

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