It’s really astounding how far technology has come — especially if you grew up in the years where the best you could get were heavily-pixelated, grainy photos using a flip phone.
Now it’s 2019, and with photo sharing on social media in full force, you really need to be thinking about stepping up your photography (and Instagram) game.
The new Samsung Galaxy S10 is the latest smartphone that’s changing the scene for amateur photography. With brand-new features that will please any photography enthusiast, you literally won’t need to carry your DLSR out with you ever again.
Five lenses, right in the palm of your hand
Imagine having a full kit of lenses in your pocket that can truly revolutionize the way you shoot. There’s a 12-megapixel telephoto camera for amazing close-ups, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera for everyday moments, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera for panoramic landscapes, a 10-megapixel selfie camera, and an 8-megapixel RGB depth camera.
And that’s what you get with Samsung’s latest premium offerings — five lenses will be available on the Samsung Galaxy S10+ (8-megapixel RGB depth camera only available on Galaxy S10+). The Galaxy S10 sports a rear triple camera system, meaning — you guessed it, three rear lenses, plus one front-facing camera, and even the compact Galaxy S10e boasts two rear lenses and one front lens, for pro-grade shots at every level.
Dual aperture and multi-frame composition
The dual aperture feature will provide day-to-night light control, allowing you to take beautiful photos both day and night by adjusting and optimizing light before you even click the shutter. Plus, the powerful processor automatically combines multiple frames of the same low-light moment into one beautiful shot.
Three cameras in one. Because, why not?
On the Galaxy S10, you will have three powerful rear cameras in one device — telephoto, wide-angle, and ultra-wide angle.
The powerful 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera lets you fit more into each shot, up to 123-degrees so you don’t miss a thing. It’s absolutely perfect for the best travel shots! And in combination with the 12-megapixel wide-angle and telephoto cameras, you can shoot with two times optical zoom. How cool is that?
The telephoto camera will be available on Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+, so keep that in mind when choosing the shooter that meets your needs.
Enhanced front camera for better selfies
Who doesn’t love taking a good selfie? Experience a front camera that truly sets the standard, packed with 4K UHD recording, as well as dual cameras for artistic selfies with Live Focus, so you can adjust background blur, lighting, and more. A dual pixel sensor captures action shots with precision and clarity, for in-focus selfies that are well-lit — even in low light.
The dual front camera will be available on Samsung Galaxy S10+, but the single front camera on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10e still packs a serious punch.
Pro-level action camera for professional-looking videos, every time
You’ll be able to film next-level videos with an ultra-wide lens and predictive software. Super Steady gives you smooth videos, even when your journey is on the adventurous side, and shoots incredible footage that looks as impressive as your experience IRL with the rich colour and contrast of HDR10+ and dynamic tone mapping.
Super-intelligent camera to make your life so much easier
The improved scene optimizer on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is an intelligent photo assistant that does the thinking for you, recognizing 30 popular scenes from Food to Dogs, and the local tone mapping automatically adjusts your camera settings to the scene to help you capture the best shot. Plus, Flaw Detection will alert you to any photo mishaps in real time — you’ll know right away if your mother blinked in that beautiful family photo, so you can recapture that perfect moment.
Not to mention, shot suggestion features will offer professional guidance for stunning pictures, guiding you to an ideal photo composition based on the analysis of over 100 million high-quality photos.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e are available in-store and online now. It’s time to ditch the bulky cameras, and get the most out of your smartphone photos and videos in 2019!