The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G won first place in the DxOMark camera ranking, which is a well-known independent testing standard for camera images on mobile devices. It is also the first smartphone to reach 100 video points.
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The latest Galaxy S10 5G has been ranked first in the corresponding DxOMark with a total score of 112, 117 for photos and 100 for video.
DxOMark tests have confirmed that the latest Galaxy S10 5G has fast and accurate autofocus, capturing high-resolution photos, color reproduction and exposure under various conditions.
The Galaxy S10 5G also won first place on the DxOMark selfies ranking with a front camera that scored 97, including 101 in the photo category and 90 in the video category.
To assess the performance of the Galaxy S10 5G, DxOMark has tested exposure and contrast, color, autofocus, texture, mind, flash, artifacts, zoom and bokeh effects in low light, indoors and in very high light conditions.
The Galaxy S10 5G has camera settings that meet professional standards, a total of six cameras, two front and four rear.
The Dual Pixel AF Selfi front camera captures next-generation photos, while the rear camera offers all the benefits of an ultra-wide Samsung lens.
The Galaxy S10 5G uses a Neural Processor Unit (NPU) for recording, including a 3D depth camera.
It provides accurate information about the measurement depth and the time it takes to reflect the reflected signal from the objects, the name allows bokeh effects, with Live Focus video, and metering objects with Quick Measure, PC Press.