Samsung Galaxy S10e Camera Review | One week later...
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Samsung may have stripped out the third telephoto lens from the Galaxy S10e camera, yet this 'Essential' phone still offers some strong photo and video quality in most conditions. Here's our full review after a full week of testing the S10e around London.
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The phone's primary lens is a 12MP shooter with dynamic aperture, which can change on the fly between f/1.5-f/2.4 depending on the environmental conditions. You also get built-in OIS, which can be used for both photo and video capture. And this is accompanied by a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide shooter, which serves up a 123-degree view of the world.
So how does the Samsung Galaxy S10e stack up for photo and video quality? Well, check out the video for a selection of our test samples, but this cut-price premium handset delivers punchy-looking snaps in most conditions, faltering only when the dual aperture auto-switching goes a bit crazy. On Pro mode, you can get great results every time.
As for video, the S10e can record up to 4K resolution video with HDR or HDR10+ support, while the new Super Steady feature has to be seen to be believed.
Stay tuned for an in-depth review!