The Galaxy S10, which appeared in Samsung’s Unpacked event last month, was fascinated by camera performance.
The well-known technology news business Business Insider tested the Samsung Galaxy S10‘s camera with the previously proven iPhone XS. Let’s take a look at the comparison results. Samsung began the official sales in Turkey as of yesterday, the Galaxy S10, a smartphone with camera features that stand out. 12 MP f / 1.5 wide-angle lens + 16 MP f / 2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens + 12 MP f / 2,4 telephoto lens The Business Insider team is the most suitable device for the iPhone XS.
As known, the iPhone XS introduced 6 months ago had a dual rear camera setup. The iPhone XS, which uses a 12 MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens in addition to the 12 MP f / 1.8 wide-angle lens, received full marks from users like the Samsung Galaxy S10. Without further ado, we leave you with the performance of two of these successful devices.
Outside shot comparison in normal mode:
When we examine the two photographs in detail, we can say that both devices perform quite similar under the light in the photograph. The situation is almost equal in the outdoors comparison.
Optical zoom comparison:
As known, both Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone XS have 2x optical zoom support. When we compare the optical zoom performance of the two devices, a similar picture appears, but the pictures taken by the Galaxy S10 are sharper than the other.
Digital zoom comparison:
Compared to the zoom performance on two devices that support up to 10x digital zoom, we can say that the iPhone XS is one step ahead.
Color saturation comparison:
When we look at the photos in the comparison of color saturation, we can say that the two photographs are actually similar. The only difference between the two photos is that the Samsung Galaxy S10 has more blue tones.
Of course, the iPhone XS doesn’t use ultra-wide angle lenses, so we can’t make a comparison at this point. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the biggest plus for iPhone XS.
We have come to the end of our article by comparing the Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone XS ‘photo performances. As a result, the camera of the two devices takes similar quality pictures, while Samsung’s wide-angle lens makes the Galaxy S10 stand out.
Apple, Samsung and other smartphone manufacturers to stay behind the new devices may prefer to use wide-angle lens. We will see this together in the coming days. You can also share your comments about the photos in the comments section.