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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G ties with Huawei P30 Pro on DxOMark


DxOMark has just released its camera benchmarks for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The device is slightly different from the S10, with this model capable of 5G connectivity.

• Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Ties With Huawei P30 Pro On Dxomark

Scoring 112 points, the device’s benchmarks tied up with the recently released Huawei flagship phone, the P30 Pro. DxOMark broke down the segments on how the Galaxy S10 5G received 112 points. For the photo segment, the S10 5G received 117 points, noting that the S10 5G scored 2 points lower than Huawei in the Photo score, due to the P30 Pro’s 5x telephoto lens.

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DxOMark notes that the camera firmware used by the S10 5G during testing is not yet available to the public. Samsung will make it available as an over-the-air update before the end of the month.

Here are the S10 5G’s photo pros and cons:

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  • Accurate white balance and pleasant color rendering
  • Accurate target exposure with good dynamic range
  • Fast and accurate autofocus
  • Bokeh effect with good blur gradient
  • Controlled noise levels
  • Flash images with accurate target exposure, neutral white balance, and good detail preservation.
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  • Some ringing, loss of sharpness at image edges, moiré, and ghosting
  • Loss of fine and low contrast detail in tested conditions
  • Subject isolation artifacts in bokeh mode
  • Loss of detail when zooming, especially at long range

As for the video segment, the device received a mark of 100 points, with the following pros and cons:


  • Excellent detail in both outdoor and indoor conditions
  • Accurate white balance and pleasant color rendering
  • Accurate exposure in both outdoor and indoor conditions
  • Fast and accurate autofocus
  • Efficient stabilization in hand-held videos.
  • 4K recording at default settings.
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  • Highlight clipping in high-contrast scenes.
  • Some slight exposure instabilities, especially indoors in low light.
  • Loss of detail in low light.
  • Instability caused by lens breathing during autofocus convergence.

In its overall rankings, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G surpassed the Galaxy S10 Plus that scored only 109 points. Check out the S10 5G’s specs here.

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