The triple-camera setup on all-new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the best in the world and at par with Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro, according to DxOMark. The smartphone camera testing experts released scores for the flagship Samsung Galaxy S10+. The new smartphone has earned number one spot along with Mate 20 Pro for its rear camera in the DxOMark Mobile scale. Also Read - Top 5 phones with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC: Asus ROG Phone 5, iQOO 7, OnePlus 9RT, moreAlso Read - Phones launching next week: Pixel 6 series, Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Motorola Edge S, more
“With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 109 points, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ joins the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro at the very top of our smartphone camera ranking. The Samsung s outstanding overall score builds on a Photo score of 114 points, with the camera doing especially well in the exposure, color, and bokeh categories,” noted DxO’s website. Also Read - Phones launched last week: Realme GT Neo 2, Moto E40, OnePlus 9RT, and more
It’s being said that Samsung s bokeh simulation mode is one of the best till date. Not just that, the Galaxy S10+ has outscored everyone in the selfie camera department as well. The handset has taken the number one rank on the DxOMark Selfie scale, which is a new ranking system to evaluate the image quality of smartphone front cameras.
For comparison, DxO notes that Samsung Galaxy S10+ scored 96 in selfie camera, which is much higher than Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s 75 in selfie, and iPhone XS Max’s 82 in selfie. The Galaxy S10+ have been loaded with a dual-lens setup in the front with a 10-megapixel sensor with f1.9 auto-focus lens and an 8-megapixel RGB depth sensor with a f2.2 fixed-focus lens.
On the rear, the Galaxy S10+ gets triple camera setup for primary imaging needs, just like the Galaxy S10. This includes a 12-megapixel sensor with a telephoto f2.4 auto-focus lens, a 12-megapixel sensor with wide-angle f1.5/ f2.4 auto-focus lens, and a 16-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide-angle f2.2 fixed-focus lens. It supports dual optical image stabilization (OIS), 0.5x to 2x optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom.
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DxO says that the target exposure of Galaxy S10+’s triple camera is usually spot-on and drops off only in very low light. The camera captures a noticeably wider tonal range and dynamic range is great too. While the color rendering is pleasant under most conditions, it is only in low light where these can be a little dull.