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Samsung Galaxy J8 (2018): First Camera Samples

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On paper, the Samsung Galaxy J8 (2018) arrived with some of the most impressive back and front camera specs found on a mid-range smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy J8 (2018): First Camera Samples
Dual cam goodness!


At the back, it has a "lowlight capable" dual camera setup which consist of a 16MP f/1.7 primary shooter and a 5MP f/1.9 depth sensor. The f/1.7 lens allows more light in for better shots at night versus most mid-range phones with smaller f/1.8 and above lenses.
Neat camera UI
Neat camera UI

The secondary depth sensor allows this phone to use the Live Focus camera mode for "DSLR-like" depth or bokeh background blur effect.

For selfies, it goes with a 16MP f/1.9 bright snapper with background blur effect, cute stickers, and softlight LED flash.

So in case you are interested, here are the first few shots we took using the Galaxy J8 (2018). Have a look below!

Camera Samples

Daylight
Daylight
Well-lit close-up
Well-lit close-up
Live Focus bokeh effect
Live Focus bokeh effect
Dim close-up
Dim close-up
Dim indoor
Dim indoor
Outdoor lowlight 1
Outdoor lowlight 1
Outdoor lowlight 2
Outdoor lowlight 2
Selfie daylight
Selfie daylight
Background blur
Background blur
Indoor sticker
Indoor sticker
Night selfie
Night selfie

The back cameras of the Galaxy J8 (2018) is arguably the best on a J series smartphone yet.

Most of the images that we took are well exposed and has crisp details. Colors are also punchy even in some of our indoor shots.

The depth effect of the Live Focus mode is surprisingly good as well. It has creamy background blur effect.

For dim and lowlight shots, the camera performance is still quite impressive. It still has sharp details with respectable dynamic range. Expect it to have some grain though. But, expect it to be lesser than most mid-range camera phones.

The selfie camera has great performance too. We have few selfies with slightly washed colors, but most of the time, it has crisp details and close to natural looking colors. The stickers and portrait mode are fun to use too. Its face beauty is not that aggressive and it is usable in lowlight as well.


So far, quite good!

Watch out for our full review!

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