The Galaxy S10 camera will include these new modes and functions

Feb 13, 2019, 8:33 am

Varun K.

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With eight days until the new Galaxy S10 IS presented officially, Samsung has no choice but to reign itself to a large number of leaks that are appearing as the hour’s pass. And, after the list of specifications, now we come across a lot of details of the new Galaxy S10 camera.

A Twitter user, Ishan Agrawal has published some of the features offered by the new camera included in the Galaxy S10, a module that will stand out for example by the possibility of recording HDR1 + video. With Samsung as the standard-bearer of the format, these videos will be responsible for offering very wide contrast ranges that will be especially striking on compatible TVs.

The Galaxy S10+ Front Dual Camera will feature a 10MP Main Camera with F1.9 Aperture and 8MP Secondary (Depth Sensing) Camera for Live Focus with F2.2 Aperture. The camera module will also have support for Dual Pixel AutoFocus and 4K Video Recording.

While at the back, The Samsung Galaxy S10+ having Triple Back Camera System would offer 12MP (f/2.4) (45-Degrees) Telephoto, OIS, Zoom, AF / 12MP (f/1.5) (77-degree) Regular, Dual Pixel, OIS / 16MP (f/2.2) (123-Degrees) sensor with FF Ultra-Wide Camera support.

While the previous report has also listed some of the Galaxy S10+ Camera features:  It is found that all these details in references hidden in the source code of the Android Pie beta with One UI interface for the Galaxy Note 9. We list them below:

  • Super Slow Motion at 1080p
  • Super Slow Motion 0.8 seconds
  • Best Shot Mode
  • Bokeh effects with Live Focus
  • Scanning of documents
  • HEIF image format
  • Scene optimizer with an ultra wide-angle lens holder
  • HDR10 + video recording
  • Ultra wide-angle video recording
  • Simultaneous capture with wide angle
  • Improved error detection mode
  • Super video stabilization
  • New scene optimization modes
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