IpsDisplay, 19 Aug 2019These lab test doesn't have any igzo displays to compare The tests aren't what's questionab... morePlease show me any left testing, measurements, or comparisons that show them igzo displays winning... oh yeah you can't cause they don't
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2019Well unfortunately despite your narrow opinion the scientific lab measurements prove it is.These lab test doesn't have any igzo displays to compare
The tests aren't what's questionable it's the catalogue of displays that they've tested it's not varied enough and because of that it's not as credible as it could be
Imagine just these same Samsung displays getting tested over and over where are the ones from sharps best display line??
S Yu, 19 Aug 2019You need Gcam. Get a Gcam compatible with your phone, find a stack setting you like that doesn... moreYeah i use lightroom. And handy photo for spot editing.
Thanks for the tip. Couldn't get good ports of gcam though
S Yu, 19 Aug 2019You need Gcam. Get a Gcam compatible with your phone, find a stack setting you like that doesn... moreUsing RAW without manual mode is useless.
HDR+ is recommended just for still objects.
Any motion will introduce ghosting.
You will also lose access to features Google does not have on Pixel.
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2019That's almost any of them of late unfortunately. Im used to processing raws at this point wh... moreYou need Gcam. Get a Gcam compatible with your phone, find a stack setting you like that doesn't crash (I use the maximum 24 exposure stack w/o ZSL), enable DNG output, and process your files with LR (most functions are free for the mobile version). I find aside from merge artifacts under certain lighting (mine are concentric tinted rings prone under low light or some cases of daylight w/ extreme DR) the files completely meet my needs. They're generally sharp enough as long as your lens is sharp and totally clean and stand very well to sharpening and adding texture w/o the fake halo, and DR is around MFT base ISO grade. You can dial the default chroma NR of...20 or was it 25, to zero because daylight merges are entirely noise free unlike single shot DNG on default camera while low light merges (of over ~ISO1000 on my phone) are sub-par anyway no matter how you handle them(unless the latest Gcam now has night mode which I'm not aware of, nor do new builds support my phone).
Again, no reason to upgrade from mate 20pro. Samsung, wake up and step up, not sideways! Bring out more before huawei does it again.
That bright aperture in telephoto will set for good looking potraits
Samsung, you have learned fron Apple on how to cheat your customers. Expensive phone, with no headphones adaptor and pay more for a faster charger. Shame on you, overpriced technology. Time to leave the Samsung ship, and move to a cheaper alternative.
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2019Iphone Xs Max and Xperia 1 (creator mode) have better values of delta and gamma False
Dazzler, 18 Aug 2019Wrong. Thats only applied on P20 Pro early software.
https://www.dxomark.com/samsung-galaxy... moreYep, for skin texture indoor/low light, Xperia 1 is really good, I like the feel of the photos. The only problem is the really poor dynamic range.
But now, people use "beautyficator" effect to smooth the skin and looks like aliens, so the texture is not really important, but HDR is. So Samsung is pretty good when it comes to offer a camera suited for the mass.
Regarding Huawei, the mate 10 pro was awful due to the over smoothness + sharpening. a shame since the 9 serie was not bad, P30Pro is good from what I experienced, so maybe Huawei is now right on track (if only they would stop this curved edge screen madness).
Brazen Beef, 18 Aug 2019Oversharpening + bad noise reduction = smudgy texture + ringing halos = Huawei
Samsung isn't ... moreWrong. Thats only applied on P20 Pro early software.
https://www.dxomark.com/samsung-galaxy-note-10-5g-camera-review/ - go to 'texture & noise' section, checkout the indoor photo samples. Its that bad. Its what i'm experiencing with my own eyes as well on actual Note 10+ / S10+.
In my opinion, the best takes on details for a smartphone today are Xperia 1. Their new RAW noise reduction work wonders. But sadly got inconsistency on different aspects.
Dazzler, 18 Aug 2019Are u serious? Samsung's camera best on other aspects, but details?
Oversharpening + bad n... moreOversharpening + bad noise reduction = smudgy texture + ringing halos = Huawei
Samsung isn't the best in this aspect but certainly not the worst among major brands.
ILoveSmartphones, 18 Aug 2019best camera hands down, love how crispy and detailed each picture looks....thanks for another ... moreAre u serious? Samsung's camera best on other aspects, but details?
Oversharpening + bad noise reduction
= smudgy texture + ringing halos
U need your eyes checked, ASAP.
best camera hands down, love how crispy and detailed each picture looks....thanks for another flagship samsung. definitely will buy this one later this fall
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2019Well unfortunately despite your narrow opinion the scientific lab measurements prove it is.Iphone Xs Max and Xperia 1 (creator mode) have better values of delta and gamma
Same old Samsung camera quality,mushy foliage and grass with plastic looking detail
AlexP, 18 Aug 2019I don't agree. It's not best screen aroundWell unfortunately despite your narrow opinion the scientific lab measurements prove it is.
andrehe, 18 Aug 2019Motorized popup camera I prefer because water resistance like IP68 is only valid for sweetwate... moresweetwater protection covers it for most people gettimg caught im heavy rain with a $1000 phone without any IP rating means death to the device, thats how my Note Edge met its fate