Samsung Galaxy S10+ Ties with Huawei Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro at DxOMark

Ciara Alarcon
Samsung has launched its latest flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S10+. Packed with outstanding camera features, the device was able to tie with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and P20 Pro at DxOMark. However, it bested everyone when it comes to its selfie performance.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Ties with Huawei Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro at DxOMark
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Ties with Huawei Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro at DxOMark

With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 109 points, the Galaxy S10+ shared the top spot with its rival company, Huawei. For photo, it scored 114, while it got 97 points for video.

Here are the pros and cons of the Galaxy S10+ camera according to DxOMark:

Photo pros
  • Accurate white balance and good color rendering in most situations
  • Low noise levels when shooting indoors and in low light
  • Very wide dynamic range and excellent highlight protection
  • Well-exposed flash images with hardly any light fall-off
  • Good detail in close-range zoom images
  • Realistic bokeh effect with good blur gradient and shape

Video pros
  • Good white balance in color in most situations
  • Fast and accurate autofocus
  • Effective stabilization
  • Good target exposure and decent dynamic range

10MP f/1.9 + 8MP f/2.2 selfie snappers
10MP f/1.9 + 8MP f/2.2 selfie snappers

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Photo cons
  • Lack of fine detail in most conditions
  • Loss of sharpness across the field
  • Lack of detail at longer zoom settings
  • Ringing in bright light
  • Some subject isolation artifacts in bokeh mode

Video cons
  • Luminance noise in all conditions
  • Ringing and judder effect in bright light
  • Slightly undersaturated colors in low light
  • Loss of sharpness and stepping when tracking a subject
  • Some exposure instabilities, especially in bright light

However, when DxOMark reviewed its front camera, the Galaxy S10+ has outshined everyone with its 96 overall score. The device got 101 points for photo, while it recorded 88 points for video.

So, technically, Samsung currently has the best camera smartphone. Do you agree? Let us know what you think!

Source: DxOMark

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