I took photos of the northern lights with my Pixel 8 Pro and Galaxy S24 Plus — the results were very different



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Last night, an intense storm gave the world quite a show as it ignited the sky with an array of colors that many south of the Arctic rarely get a chance to see. Many set their sights on the sky, which was ablaze with stunning views of the northern lights (or aurora borealis), now vividly emblazoned into all our minds and on our phones.

I was a bit late to the party, but as soon as I could, I made my way up to my rooftop to try and capture the event. I live in Seattle, so this is definitely not a common occurrence. Fortunately, the skies were much clearer than they were for the recent solar eclipse (save for some light pollution), which was blocked off by the gloomy Seattle weather. So, I grabbed my Pixel 8 Pro and Galaxy S24 Plus and pointed up, curious to see how both phones would capture the event.

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