Samsung has finally unveiled its new Galaxy S10 flagship phones of this year. The Korean tech giant has introduced not two but three Galaxy S10 smartphones — the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and the low-cost Galaxy S10E. The trio of these Galaxy S10 smartphones maintain an efficient design and the phones look certainly tall with a noticeable reduction in the chin on the front of the display, and certainly no top bezel — thanks to the new Infinity O displays. Here are the Galaxy S10 Plus Camera features.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Features
Building on Samsung’s camera leadership of Dual Pixel and Dual Aperture firsts, Galaxy S10 introduces new camera technology and advanced intelligence that makes it easy to take epic shots and videos:
- Ultra Wide Lens: A first for the S Series, Galaxy S10 offers an Ultra Wide Lens with a 123-degree field of view,
likethe human eye, so what you see is what’s in frame. Perfect for impressive landscape shots, big panoramas and even fitting the entire extended family into the photo, the Ultra Wide Lens ensures that you’ll always be able to capture the full scene.
- Super Steady & High-Quality Video Recording: Galaxy S10 offers Super Steady recording with digital stabilization technology. Whether you’re dancing in the middle of an amazing concert or trying to record every detail of a bumpy bike ride, Super Steady allows you to capture the moment. Both front and rear cameras can shoot in up to UHD quality, and in an industry first, the rear camera gives you the flexibility to record in HDR10+.
- AI Camera: Galaxy S10 makes already smart features more accurate with a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) so you can get pro-grade shots worth sharing without having to manually select any advanced camera settings. Scene Optimizer can now recognize and more accurately process additional scenes because of the NPU. And with Shot Suggestion, Galaxy S10 offers automatic composition recommendations so you can frame your photo better than ever.
On the front, the Galaxy S10 Plus features dual selfie cameras sitting under the Infinity O display wherein there’s a 10MP primary sensor with f/1.9 aperture and an 8MP sensor for live focus that has an aperture f/2.2. The Galaxy S10, however, features a single 10MP selfie shooter on its Infinity O display. These selfie cameras are also capable of 4K video recording, which is the industry’s first phone to be having this feature. Additionally, these cameras on both the devices come with a bunch of features such as AR Emoji, Stickers, Live focus and several other modes as well.
The S10 and S10e only get the former. However, it’s not just about numbers. The Galaxy S10’s cameras bring a host of new photography features to a mobile device. Here’s a roundup of all the Galaxy S10 camera features.