Samsung Galaxy S Plus 10 Plus scored 109 points from DxOMark

Samsung Galaxy S Plus 10 Plus scored 109 points from DxOMark

Points awarded by DxOMark to the Galaxy S Plus 10 Samsung Galaxy S, have just sent the flagship flagship player to the top of the top table.

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Points awarded by DxOMark to the Galaxy S Plus 10 Samsung Galaxy S, have just sent the flagship flagship player to the top of the top table.

After a long wait, Emung unveiled its latest achievements in the smartphone industry by holding the 2019 Galaxy Anticard event. The Koreans unveiled the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 on March 1 at an exciting event.

The Galaxy S Plus Plus, as the newest flagship of Samsung, features a 6.4-inch AMOLED + Quad HD resolution, with a trilogy on its back. The product uses several attractive features as well as powerful hardware to challenge its rivals.

The DxOMark, a prestigious and accurately crafted smartphone firm, has recently released its review of the Samsung Galaxy S10 camera, which we'll take a quick look at.

Main camera

The S Plus Plus has three separate cameras on its rear panel. The main camera has a 12-megapixel lens with variable aperture, the second camera uses a 16-megapixel lens with ultra-wide lens, and the third camera uses a 12-megapixel sensor with a telephoto lens for a two-dimensional optical zoom. Samsung's new flagship main camera has the ability to capture 4K video at 60 frames per second, which is very interesting in its kind.

Mark DxOMark after a long-term review of the S-Plus Plus camera, ultimately rated it at 109, in order to accommodate the product in question alongside Huawei 20 Pro and Huawei P20 Pro in the top spot. The main camera camcorder score is equivalent to 114, and the main camera camcorder rating is equivalent to 97, each of which is superb and decent.

S10 Plus, along with Mitte 20 Peru and P20 Peru, are at the top of the table
The institute mentioned the highlights of the main camera of the S10 Plus, such as high-precision white balance, high-quality color representation in most optical conditions, low noise, wide dynamic range, high detail in images, and realistic bokeh effects. Is. In addition to seeing fine details in most situations and seeing fine details, while zooming in a lot, there are some negative aspects of shooting.

Fast and accurate autofocus, excellent stabilization and practical expose, are the positive aspects of the Galaxy S Plus 10's main camera in the camcorder. Another is that the camcorder seems to suffer from noise such as noise, unsaturated colors in poor light conditions, and some problems with the expoor.

Selfie camera
The Galaxy S10 Plus Samsung is hosting a dual selfie camera in its front panel. The main camera has a 10-megapixel sensor and a lens with f / 1.9 aperture, which is said to have a focal length of 25 mm. The second camera is 8 megapixel, it uses a f / 2.2 aperture to capture the scene in order to record the Bokeh effect.

Getting Score 96 In this section, the Galaxy S Plus 10 Plus Camera is topped up with the top-of-the-line Salafi smartphone cameras until today. This excellent score points out that S10 Plus holders can record high quality Salafies. Of course, this device can be very useful for weblogs.

The best sophisticated selfie camera on the smartphone is the S10 Plus
The Galaxy S-Plus Plus Salafi Camera scored 101 points in the shooting section and scored 88 in the video section. Exquisite Exposure, best-looking skin, precise autofocus, excellent bokeh display, and high-detail display in bright conditions are all among the positive aspects of the Salafi S-10 Plus Camera. At the same time, the poorly-presented colors in low light conditions, along with the highlighting of low-light details, are among the negative aspects of the Salafi camera in the shooting area.

Other than that, the Salafi S-Plus Plus in the camcorder has strong points such as precision expander, excellent color display, good noise control, and an effective stabilizer, and suffers from some of the weaknesses, such as weathering vibrations.

Source: dxomark

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