Flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphones and Galaxy S10 S10+ got a triple module of the main camera, the quality of which was noted by DxOMark. However, as it turned out, the new items can do even better photos with third-party applications.
Thanks to the enthusiasts from XDA Developers users Samsung flagships on the Snapdragon processor 855 can already try out the port of the famous Google Camera, which has Night Sight, HDR + and portrait mode. Below you can compare shots.
In good light sewer camera Samsung Galaxy S10 has a wider dynamic range, and do the pictures are more “warm”. Overall the differences are minimal and in these shooting conditions a specific need in GCam is not.
In the case of the front camera results are very mixed. On the one hand, made using GCam selfie came more detailed. On the other hand, the native camera app is much neater blurring the background in portrait mode.
The portrait on the front camera Samsung
The portrait on the front the camera app of Google
All camera Google reveals the lack of lighting: GCam removes glare and gives more details in bright areas. Even in complete darkness the Night mode Sight from Google makes the where you can examine a lot of detail, while sewage leaves the Samsung frame is dark and blurry even when activated artificial intelligence.
It is important to note that the camera port Google requires root permissions and so far tested only on models with the Qualcomm processor.
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