As any self-respecting tech journalist does, I took pictures with the brand new Samsung Galaxy S10 to check them to the best smartphone digital camera of all time: the Pixel three.
As I took increasingly more photographs with every telephone, I began to understand that this could not be a battle of which cellphone takes the most effective photographs. They each take wonderful photographs, however every cellphone has completely different kinds, they usually every do sure issues higher than the opposite.
Google’s fashion is to present you distinction-y, pure pictures which have a variety of depth, even when it means you do not see each element in darker areas. Samsung’s fashion is to brighten up the darker areas so as to see just about each element, which sounds nice, however it may result in a flat-trying picture.
The XL and the usual-measurement Pixel three have the very same digital camera set-up; the S10 Plus and normal S10 have the identical rear digicam, however the S10 Plus has one additional selfie lens.
Regardless of the secondary selfie lens on the Galaxy S10 Plus that is devoted to taking higher portrait mode pictures, the Pixel three does a greater job of maintaining all the small print within the foreground in focus in opposition to the blurry background.
The Galaxy S10 Plus does decently properly till you get to my facet parting in direction of the highest of my head, the place there is a noticeable chunk of hair lacking in comparison with the Pixel three’s portrait mode shot. The Galaxy S10 additionally blurred out a few of my hair on the highest my head in direction of the middle-proper.