Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus has a total of 5 cameras. Here are photos taken with each lens to show you what they do
Up until about 2016, it was pretty typical for smartphones to have two cameras, including the primary rear camera and a selfie camera.
Fast forward three years later, and you get phones like Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 Plus, which has a grand total of five camera lenses. There are three on the rear, and two on the front. The regular Galaxy S10 also has three cameras on the rear, but “only” a single selfie camera on the front.
I can tell you what each lens does and what their photos look like, but it’s better to show you.
Check out the features from each of the Galaxy S10 Plus’ camera lenses
- Let’s start with the main, primary camera that every smartphone has. On the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, the camera is 12 megapixels with a field-of-view of 80 degrees.
- The Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus also have a 2x zoomed lens, which has become pretty common on many Android flagship phones. This zoomed lens is also 12 megapixels and has a 45-degree field-of-view.
- The third lens on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus is a 16-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera with a 123-degree field of view.
- Onto the selfie cameras. There’s the main, primary 10-megapixel camera with an 80-degree field-of-view.
- The S10 Plus’s primary selfie camera can also take slightly wider-angle selfies.
It’s not the widest angle selfie camera we’ve seen, but it’s better than nothing!
- The secondary selfie lens is depth sensing camera that’s purely designed to help in achieving that blurry background ‘bokeh’ effect in portrait mode shots. Source: insider business