- The first smartphone to hit 100 bar in video
Samsung Electronics has announced that the Galaxy S10 5G has received the number one spots in DxOMark’s camera rankings for both its rear and front-facing cameras. DxOMark is the trusted independent testing standard for mobile camera image quality. Using rigorous testing protocols, DxOMark provides consumers with an impartial and reliable rating for smartphone camera performance and quality.
The Galaxy S10 5G’s rear camera photo and video capabilities were both ranked number one on the DxOMark Mobile scale, achieving an overall score of 112, with 117 in photo and 100 in video, the first device to hit 100 bar. DxOMark’s testing recognises that the Galaxy S10 5G’s rear camera features fast and accurate autofocus, capturing photos that have a good level of detail preservation, colour rendering and exposure under various conditions.
The Galaxy S10 5G also scored first place on the DxOMark Selfie ranking for its front camera with an overall score of 97, receiving a score of 101 in the photo category, and 90 in the video category. To evaluate the Galaxy S10 5G’s camera performance, DxOMark tested Exposure and Contrast, Colour, Autofocus, Texture, Noise, Flash, Artifacts, Zoom and Bokeh under low light, indoor and bright light conditions.
The Galaxy S10 5G features a professional-grade camera set-up with a total of six cameras – two on the front and four on the back. Its Dual Pixel AF Selfie front-facing camera takes next-level selfies, and the rear-facing camera benefits from Samsung’s Ultra Wide Lens, for those who want to create and share stunning content effortlessly.
The Galaxy S10 5G also significantly upgrades the smartphone camera with a neural processing unit (NPU), to help with the perfect shot including the 3D Depth Camera. It accurately provides depth information by measuring the length of time for a light signal to bounce off subjects to deliver bokeh effects with Live focus video, measure objects with Quick Measure.