Anand Mahindra, chairman Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M). (Mint)
Anand Mahindra, chairman Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M). (Mint)

Best camera in iPhone X, Samsung or Google Pixel? Anand Mahindra joins debate

  • Anand Mahindra yet again reignites the debate by posting a tweet on this issue
  • Mahindra, known for bringing some interesting issues to light, has 7.2 million Twitter followers

So, which smartphone—Google Pixel, iPhone X and Samsung—is the best as far as the picture quality is concerned? While people may have differing views, Anand Mahindra, the chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), has yet again reignited the debate by posting a tweet on this issue. So, you want to know what Mahindra said? But before we tell you what he tweeted, let us tell you that his tweets elicited extraordinary response. Till now, 862 people have replied to his tweet, 681 have retweeted it. Mahindra’s tweet has garnered 12.4K likes.

Anand Mahindra was in Manhatten, when he took this photo.
Anand Mahindra was in Manhatten, when he took this photo. (@anandmahindra)

Anand Mahindra was in Manhattan, when he took this photo. Clicking the photo with his Google Pixel phone, he apparently marveled at the capture and tweeted, "Manhattan moonscape. Have to admit, my pixel takes much sharper pics than my iPhone X. "

"And I'm told the Samsung is even better?" Mahindra tweeted.


Samsung responded to his tweet. "Mr Mahindra, yes, you heard right, but you haven't heard it all, at least not yet... Have you tried GalaxyNote10+ Pro Grade camera that turns everyday photos and videos into epic moments? Take your pictures to the next level with Samsung!" Samsung India replied to Anand Mahindra's tweet.

With hundreds of Twitteratis jumping into the debate, this is how people began posting the pictures comparing which smartphone captures better images.

Some even said that these are better than professional cameras by Kodak and Nikon.

Some even pitched in with their 'gyan'.

Someone who is known to speak his mind on the contemporary issue, how could Mahindra miss the challan issue which is in news in India these days. Anand Mahindra also realised its after his tweet created a storm on Twitter. "Was wondering if anyone would notice that those cars were idling right in front of a ‘no standing’ sign...They should have been given a challan!" he tweeted.

Business tycoon Anand Mahindra is very active on social media. From company news to social issues, he tweets about what's making the news. From banning plastic bottles to sponsoring cricket match to an octogenarian, his tweets are a hit among the Twitteratis. A few days ago he tweeted the video of 80-year-old K Kamalathal, the woman who sells idlis to the needy, daily for Re 1. His tweet went viral and the business tycoon won people’s hearts when he offered to invest in Kamalathal business.

Mahindra has 7.2 million followers.

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