Galaxy S10 5G is the best smartphone for taking photos

The benchmarking site DXoMark has evaluated the photo compartment of the Galaxy S10 5G and decreed it the best on the market

In Italy it has not yet arrived (it will be available in the coming months), but it is already starting to make people talk about it. We're talking about the Galaxy S10 5G, the fourth model in the Galaxy S10 range that will debut during the summer. In addition to having the modem for ultra-fast connection, the Galaxy S10 5G has different features than the other three Galaxy S10 on the market.

The smartphone has a larger screen (6.7 inches) and above all has a photographic compartment composed of six lenses. Thanks to this particular feature, the Galaxy S10 5G has been decreed the best smartphone for taking photos and videos. The judgment comes from DXoMark, a site specializing in testing the photographic compartment of smartphones. The Galaxy S10 5G climbs the top step of the podium ousting the Huawei P30 Pro. The smartphone excels in both the front and rear cameras, ensuring better shots with sharper colors.

DXoMark's verdict: Galaxy S10 5G best cameraphone

The experts at DXoMark have thoroughly tested the cameras of the smartphone and came to the conclusion that it is the best cameraphone on the market.

The rear compartment of the Galaxy S10 5G scored 112 (117 for photos and 100 for videos), the same as the Huawei P30 Pro. The Galaxy S10 5G also excels in terms of the front photo compartment, obtaining a score of 97 (101 for photos and 90 for videos), higher than the 89 received by the P30 Pro.

The cameras present on the South Korean smartphone ensure better shots, especially in white balance and detail quality. Contained the noise present in the images. Problems, however, regarding the zoom: there is a loss of details if you try to zoom too much.

Galaxy S10 5G: the photographic compartment

The Galaxy S10 5G has achieved this result thanks to the six photo sensors present on the device. In the back we find a 12-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 16-megapixel lens for zooming and finally a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor to collect more information on depth of field and improve the quality of the bokeh effect. In the front, however, we find a 10-megapixel main sensor and a ToF sensor also dedicated to collecting information on the depth of field.