Samsung Galaxy S10 5G goes through DxOMark and does not disappoint

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No matter what Samsung calls them, the new Note phones will likely launch at some point in August. The S10 5G could be the phone of choice if you want to avoid shaky footage. Meanwhile, SM-N975 will have a quadruple set-up like the Galaxy A80 and upcoming Galaxy S10 5G. Samsung had revealed the display specs when it announced the completion of the foldable device in February, but it had not disclosed the weight and thickness. The device comes with a triple rear camera setup with primary sensor sport a 13-megapixel resolution with f/1.9 aperture, a 5-megapixel secondary shooter with f/2.2 aperture and a 5-megapixel third sensor with f/2.2 aperture. One of the key differences between the two is mostly in the camera settings, like the 4K video recording default. On a related note, Samsung will be making its Galaxy Fold available for pre-bookings this week.

Galaxy S10 has a headphone jack with 3.5 mm port, and the A80 doesn't have one. There is no microSD card slot so you will have to be content with the 256GB or 512GB onboard storage. If you're keen on a new Galaxy S10 in the meantime, you can suss some red hot deals for that below.

Samsung spent almost five years working on the hinge, which went through more than 1,000 prototypes.

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DxOMark has given the Galaxy A9s a total score of 86 which is split between 90 for photo and 77 for video.

Samsung Galaxy M40 will run Android 9 Pie, possibly based on Samsung's own One UI software. Where it falls short is in its limited dynamic range. Very noticeable is the fast, accurate, and repeatable autofocus, well-controlled noise levels, and pleasant bokeh effect. The A9s is praised for its accurate white balance (indoors and outdoors) and it is also great at capturing details when you use zoom outdoors.

Some not so good thing about the camera system: it shows some visible artifacts like ghosting, moiré, ringing, and loss of sharpness at image edges. Not only that, We suspected that Samsung has tinkered their firmware of the S10 5G to provide even better pictures, as compared to their S10 and S10 Plus. Of course, there's that 10x lossless hybrid zoom but where it really shines at is in low-light photography.

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