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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Shares Spot with Huawei P30 Pro on DxOMark

Huawei recently dominated DxOMark’s camera review with its new P30 Pro. However, Samsung quickly bounced back to share the top spot with its rival through the Galaxy S10 5G.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Shares Spot with Huawei P30 Pro on DxOMark
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Shares Spot with Huawei P30 Pro on DxOMark

Both of the P30 Pro and Galaxy S10 5G recorded a total score of 112. Samsung got 117 points for photo, and achieved 100 points for video. In case you missed it, the Galaxy S10 5G comes with a 12-megapixel main camera, 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter, and 12-megapixel 2x telephoto lens. It is equipped with a ToF sensor, as well, to have a better bokeh effect.

Meanwhile, for selfies, Samsung enjoyed a solo throne for having the best front camera, as it recorded a total score of 97. It scored 101 and 90 points for photo and video, respectively.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Rear Camera Review
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Rear Camera Review

Here are the pros and cons of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G according to DxOMark:

Photo pros:

  • Accurate white balance and pleasant color rendering in most conditions
  • Accurate target exposure and good dynamic range
  • Fast, accurate, and repeatable autofocus
  • Pleasant bokeh effect with a good blur gradient and a nice shape
  • Well-controlled noise levels
  • Flash images with accurate target exposure, neutral white balance, and good detail preservation

Video pros:

  • Excellent detail in both outdoor and indoor conditions
  • Accurate white balance and pleasant color rendering
  • Accurate exposure in both outdoor and indoor conditions
  • Fast and accurate autofocus
  • Efficient stabilization in hand-held videos
  • 4K recording at default settings
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Selfie Review
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Selfie Review

Photo cons

  • Some visible artifacts including ringing, loss of sharpness at image edges, moiré, and ghosting
  • Loss of fine and low contrast detail in most tested conditions.
  • Some subject isolation artifacts in bokeh mode.
  • Loss of detail when zooming, especially at long range.

Video cons

  • Highlight clipping in high-contrast scenes.
  • Some slight exposure instabilities, especially indoors in low light.
  • Loss of detail in low light.
  • Instability caused by lens breathing during autofocus convergence.

What can you say? Do you agree with DxOMark?

Source: DxOMark

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