Samsung Galaxy S10+ Exynos Review

11 Marzo 2019, 08:43:11

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Exynos Review
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Rear cameras

The camera module on the back of the Galaxy S10+ packs a total of three units. The first shooter is equipped with a 13MP S5K3M3 ISOCELL sensor with a 1.0μm pixel size, 1/3.4" optical format and a telephoto 45-degree lens with an f/2.4 lens. This camera is optically stabilized and aided by PDAF. It supports up to 0.5x out and 2x in optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom. It snaps photos with a 12MP resolution (4032 x 3024). The main camera is in the middle and packs a 12MP SAK2L4 sensor with a 77° wide-angle lens with a dual aperture (f/1.5 - f/2.4). The sensor has a 1/2.55" optical format and a 1.4 μm pixel size. It is aided by dual OIS, Phase detection AF with Dual Pixel and supports object-tracking AF. The main camera shoots photos with a resolution of 4032 x 3024 pixels and the following types of videos: 4K UHD @ 60 fps, 4K UHD @ 30 fps, FHD @ 60 fps, FHD @ 30 fps, HD @ 30 fps, FHD Slow Motion videos at 240 fps, HD Super Slow-Motion videos at 480 fps or 960 fps, hyperlapse FHD videos. The new thing here is the third rear shooter which packs an ultra-wide lens - 123°, with an f/2.2 aperture. It is coupled with a 16MP S5K3P9 ISOCELL Bright sensor with a 1.0 μm pixel size and a 1/3.1" optical format. The ultra-wide camera takes 4608 x 3456 photos. Each of those three cameras can shoot independently and can take advantage of the High CRI LED flash. The work of the camera trio is based on the Exynos 9820's advanced image signal processor (ISP) supports up to five sensors, including an IR sensor, to enable flexible multi-camera solutions. With an advanced design for greater photo quality and faster auto-focus, the Exynos 9820 offers best-in-class photography experience, which is further enhanced by the AI-capabilities of the NPU. The chipset's multi-format codec (MFC) supports encoding and decoding of 8K videos at 30 fps or 4K UHD videos at 150 fps with 10-bit HEVC(H.265), H.264, VP9.
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Wide lens (0.5x)
Standard lens
Telephoto lens (2x)
Standard lens, f/1.5
Standard lens, f/2.4
Standard lens, f/1.5
Standard lens, f/2.4

Front camera

The front-facing camera is equipped with a 10MP Samsung S5K3J1 image sensor with a 1.22μm pixel size. It is coupled with an 80° wide-angle lens with f/1.9 aperture and Dual Pixel AF. The selfie camera takes photos with a resolution of 3648 x 2736 pixels and shoots 4K videos at 30 fps. It is fair to note that the wide selfies are actually the real 10MP photos. If you choose to use the single-selfie option, the final photo will have a 6.5MP resolution as the camera crops the frame. The camera is aided by an 8MP RGB depth-sensing sensor with a 90-degree lens with an f/2.2 aperture. Hence, the Live focus feature on the S10+ uses the data from the two front cameras to create realistic bokeh and better AR Emoji, unlike the S10 which uses the chipset-embedded NPU. The front camera also supports face recognition and unlock.

Camera App

The Camera application on the Galaxy S10 series has been refined to offer improved usability and to reflect the new capabilities of the models' cameras. The main screen shows a big circular shutter button placed at the bottom with the Gallery shortcut to its left and the camera switch to its right. You can switch between the rear and front cameras if you simply swipe up on the screen. The various shooting modes are listed horizontally above the shutter button and include Food, Panorama, Pro (ISO, white balance, focus, aperture, shutter speed, focus), Live focus with bokeh effect, Photo, Video, Super Slow-mo, Slow motion, Hyperlapse. These can be edited to show less from the camera settings. Above the list of modes, there are three icons identifying the three rear cameras. The Scene Optimizer icon is to their right. A single tap on it switches it off and you can remove it completely from the corresponding toggle in the camera settings. The Scene Optimizer is able to recognize and optimize the photo properties for a total of 30 scenes. When the cameras detect you're in a very dim environment, the Scene Optimizer automatically switches on the Night Mode accompanied by the corresponding icon. Other intelligent camera features include Shot suggestions for improving the right frame positioning for your shot and Flaw Detection. They are available as toggles in the camera settings, too.

On the top of the screen, you will see the camera settings icon accompanied by specific settings for each shooting modes - flash, self-timer, beautification effects and filters, aspect ratio for photos, moving objects detection for the super slow-motion videos, Super steady mode for video shooting (available only for 1080p videos), etc. Above those options, the Bixby Vision and AR Emoji menus appear. AR Emoji is in the Basic mode when first created and follows your facial expressions. To have your AR Emoji follow your body movements, Mini Motion mode must be selected. AR Emoji movements do not include hand gestures. For best results when using the Mini Motion mode, include the full body in the frame. AR Emoji may only be sent with apps supporting GIF format.
The Camera Settings are very simplified and combined the options for both the front and the rear cameras. You don't get to change the photo resolution for neither of the shooters. There's only an aspect ratio option on the main screen. You can set up the video resolution and frames per seconds though, both for the front and rear cameras. Here you will find the toggles for the Scene Optimizer, Shot Suggestions and Flaw Detection. You can also activate the Motion photos toggle for recording a short clip of what happened before the photo and set what happens after a tap and hold on to the shutter button. There are several options for saving photos as well - HEIF images, RAW, pictures as previewed, ultra-wide shape correction, and selfie shape correction. and include the photo and video resolution for both, timer, HDR settings, grid lines, video stabilisation, shooting methods, face shape corrections, location tags, edit camera modes, motion photo, voice control, etc. You can also choose the aspect ratio and resolution for the videos shot with the rear and front cameras. The S10+ offers options for recording HEVC and HDR10+ videos. HDR10+ recording is currently in beta and only available on the rear camera. Quality may vary based on sharing platform and playback environment; HDR10+ colour is only available on supported devices or platforms.

From the camera settings, you can switch on/off the HDR and select whether you want it to be applied only when needed or always. You can edit the modes that appear above the shutter button and select various ways to snap a photo - by using the Volume keys or voice commands, by activating a floating shutter button or showing your palm as a shutter trigger. The interface of the front camera is the same with the only difference being the available shooting modes, which in this case include Photo, Video and Live focus. As mentioned earlier, you can choose from shooting a cropped selfie or a wider one simply by switching between the two icons above the shooting modes. Photo editing is enabled by the Gallery app which offers object transformation options, adding effects and filters, texts and stickers, etc. You can also adjust image properties such as brightness, exposure, contrast, saturation, hue, white balance. You can also open and edit images with the Google Photos application.

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