It was only officially launched yesterday, nevertheless the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is earning top marks for its photo-taking prowess from DxOMark, that is a standard for those things smartphone camera-related.
Last month, DxOMark announced a new test for smartphone selfie cameras meant to show you which phone’s front-facing camera setup is most beneficial overall. Well, the Galaxy S10 Plus, featuring its dual selfie sensors and second RGB depth camera, has won that distinction, earning a very good overall score of 96 for the DxOMark Selfie scale.
Citing “good target exposure on faces in most conditions” and “pleasant skin tones, white balance, and color rendering”, the review also praises the selfie camera’s “detail in bright light in any respect shooting distances”.
Of course, not everything scored so highly DxOMark notes the camera’s narrow depth of field may lead to “soft faces in group portraits also to soft background details” and that its selfies also exhibit “dull colors in low light”.
Not being outdone through the selfie camera, the Galaxy S10 Plus’s rear cameras also earned a first-place score, earning a joint number one position alongside the Huawei Mate 20 Pro by having an overall score of 109 for the DxOMark Mobile ranking.
According to DxOMark, the Galaxy S10 Plus “comes while using best camera we’ve seen over a Samsung smartphone, and may undoubtedly be one of many devices to conquer in 2019.”
Of course, TechRadar will soon squeeze Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus as well as siblings through their paces within our own in-depth reviews. In the meantime, you can check out our hands on reviews in the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10e.