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Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8+: First Camera Samples!

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Samsung has always been the benchmark when it comes to mobile photography. With the release of the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the company has refined the already great cameras we saw from the Galaxy S7 series and Note 7.
Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8+: First Camera Samples!
First shots from S8 and S8+!

Related: Samsung Galaxy S8+ Review - The Comeback King?

Samsung added the multi-frame tech (takes 3 photos in one click to create one "blur free" image) at its already great 12 MP f/1.7 dual pixel camera w/ optical image stabilization. In front, Samsung loaded the S8 series w/ the new 8 MP f/1.7 selfie camera w/ autofocus for your better selfies.
The high-quality main camera behind

Note: For videos, the main camera has the ability to shoot up to UHD in quality (3840 x 2160) while the front camera is up to QHD (2560 x 1440) in resolution. We'll put samples in our full review in the near future.
It has a much improved selfie cam too!

Here's the first camera samples taken using the "much improved" front and back cameras of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+! Have a look!

Rear Camera Samples

Outdoor shot
Outdoor shot
Close-up shot
Close-up shot
Indoor shot
Indoor shot
Outdoor lowlight
Outdoor lowlight
Outdoor lowlight 2
Outdoor lowlight 2
Outdoor lowlight 3
Outdoor lowlight 3

Selfie Camera Samples

Outdoor selfie
Outdoor selfie
Outdoor selfie 2
Outdoor selfie 2
Indoor selfie
Indoor selfie
Outdoor selfie at night
Outdoor selfie at night

Note: All of our shots are taken between 6:00pm to 6:30pm.

So far, Samsung delivered the quality we expected to see from a high-end smartphone. Dynamic range is excellent, highly detailed, vibrant, and performs well even in lowlight. Thank you f/1.7 aperture and good post processing. For a smartphone camera this can absolutely compete with the very best out there. It could also be the best of them all in point and shoot.

We'll still test it out deeper before jumping into conclusion. Also, watch out for our full review where we'll tackle the rest of its camera features including the new filters, manual camera, sharing options, and Bixby integration.

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