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Samsung Galaxy S10+: First Camera Samples

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Samsung recently announced the Galaxy S10+, a flagship-grade smartphone equipped with a capable triple-camera setup.
Samsung Galaxy S10+: First Camera Samples
Triple-cam!

At DxOMark, it even got a total score of 109 points to tie Huawei's P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro as the best camera phones in the world.
One of the most capable yet?

Related: Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e First Impressions

Samsung Galaxy S10+ highlights a 12MP (f/1.5/f/2.4) w/ Dual Pixel, OIS, 16MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra wide-angle lens, and a 12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens w/ OIS, AF, and dual tone LED flash.
Dual-selfie cam
Dual-selfie cam

For selfies, it has a DxO score of 96 points, the highest on any phone yet. It is using a 10MP f/1.9 sensor paired with an 8MP f/2.2 RGB sensor w/ Dual Pixel tech.

Let's take a look at our first few shots!

Camera Samples

Normal daylight
Normal daylight
Wide daylight
Wide daylight
Zoom
Zoom
Normal
Normal
Wide
Wide
Wide close-up
Wide close-up
Bokeh
Bokeh
Indoor close-up
Indoor close-up
Indoor
Indoor
Low light 1
Low light 1
Low light 2
Low light 2
Low light wide
Low light wide
Daylight selfie bokeh
Daylight selfie bokeh
Well-lit no filter
Well-lit no filter
Indoor well-lit bokeh
Indoor well-lit bokeh
Low light selfie
Low light selfie

Quick thoughts


At the back, it shoots well exposed images with crisp details and punchy colors (yet not oversaturated) on auto mode. 

It has great details, colors, and dynamic range even if you use the wide-camera. The wide-camera is wider and arguably better than the wide-camera of the Mate 20 Pro.

My only issue with its wide camera is it can't do super macro shots.

It also has has up to 2x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom. The 2x optical zoom of this camera phone is one of the best in the business for me. The 10x zoom is better than the 10x of the Note9 with close to Mate 20 Pro 10x zoom quality.

The bokeh is not using the tele lens anymore, but results looks cleaner than ever.

Indoor shots are mostly good and it has less noise than what I expected. Low light shots are bright and detailed as well. Highlights are a bit blowout though.

For selfies, Galaxy S10+ is probably the best in the business. Details are crisp and colors are accurate. It comes with great exposure, contrast, and dynamic range as well. Face beauty is not too much on level 2 or 3. The bokeh is a bit exaggerated though.

Low light selfies doesn't have the same punchy colors of in daylight, but it still has decent details and less noise.

So far, incredible! The Galaxy S10+ is easily the best Samsung camera phone for me yet! 
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