We compared OPPO Find X5 Pro and Google Pixel 6 Pro. Which one takes better photos?

We recently brought you another blind photo test of two interesting devices. The OPPO Find X5 Pro and Google Pixel 6 Pro smartphones have now compared their photographic capabilities. These are phones belonging to the flagship segment. From a photographic point of view, they are very similar, because in both cases post-processing emphasizes a more aggressive dynamic range. You have decided the winner in our poll. This is how you voted and then decided the winner.

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Pixel – 71% (107 votes) | OPPO – 29% (44 votes)

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Pixel – 59% (84 votes) | OPPO – 41% (59 votes)

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Pixel – 62% (88 votes) | OPPO – 38% (55 votes)

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OPPO – 14% (20 votes) | Pixel – 86% (119 votes)

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OPPO – 46% (58 votes) | Pixel – 54% (69 votes)

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OPPO – 27% (34 votes) | Pixel – 73% (92 votes)

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Pixel – 85% (104 votes) | OPPO – 15% (19 votes)

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OPPO – 59% (73 votes) | Pixel – 41% (50 votes)

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Pixel – 87% (106 votes) | OPPO – 13% (16 votes)

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OPPO – 52% (63 votes) | Pixel – 48% (58 votes)


The resulting photos from both smartphones are often very similar. However, the dynamic range is usually better managed by Pixel. OPPO takes photos really beautiful, but your votes show that you prefer the look of the images that come from the phone from the American giant. Pixel sticks to more reality and offers true, realistic shots. OPPO likes to make the picture a bit better and has a problem with burns when shooting a very clear sky somewhere in the background.

Final statistics:

  • Total number of votes: 1318
  • Votes for OPPO Find X5 Pro: 441 (33.46%)
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro votes: 877 (66.54%)

So you chose Google Pixel 6 Pro as the winner of the blind photo test. If you are interested in what the initial estimates for the winner were, the statistics look like this:

OPPO Find X5 Pro – 38% (50 votes) | Google Pixel 6 Pro – 62% (80 votes)

Google Pixel 6 Pro_0043 vs OPPO Find X5 Pro
OPPO Find X5 Pro vs Google Pixel 6 Pro | Source: Tomáš Kanálik

Technical parameters of compared smartphones

The set of cameras on the back of the OPPO Find X5 Pro is dominated by a 50 MP (f / 1.7) sensor with three-axis optical image stabilization, which is unique and very effective in practice. We then have a 50 MP (f / 2.2) ultra wide angle sensor with a 110-degree angle of view. The trio is closed by a 13 MP (f / 2.4) telephoto lens with double optical zoom.

OPPO Find X5 Pro
OPPO Find X5 Pro | Source: Tomáš Kanálik

Google Pixel 6 Pro will also offer interesting photographic equipment, but it will be more interesting with its acclaimed HDR +, which OPPO Find X5 Pro with the MariSillicon image processing chip makes a very capable competitor. The primary sensor has 50 MP (f / 1.9) and optical stabilization.

Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Pixel 6 Pro | Source: Tomáš Kanálik

The ultra-wide camera features a 12 MP (f / 2.2) resolution and a slightly wider, 114-degree field of view. In this case, the telephoto lens now supports four times the optical zoom, and thanks to the high resolution of 48 MP (f / 3.5) and optical stabilization, you can really zoom in even further with it, but with a loss of the resulting quality.

Google Pixel 6 Pro_0043 vs OPPO Find X5 Pro
Google Pixel 6 Pro vs OPPO Find X5 Pro | Source: Tomáš Kanálik

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