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The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is the only S10 handset to boast four rear cameras, and it’s only the second device from the brand to pack this number (the other being the Galaxy A9 2018).
The first three cameras are identical to the triple-sensor setups on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, with a main 12MP variable-aperture camera, a 16MP 123-degree ultrawide snapper, and a 12MP telephoto lens – you can read more about these three cameras in our Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus hands-on reviews.
It’s the fourth camera on the Galaxy S10 5G which is the most interesting: a hQVGA 3D depth-sensing camera, also known as a time-of-flight camera.
Time-of-flight (TOF) cameras aren’t new, and we’ve seen them used by Apple in the iPhone X onwards, while the LG G8 ThinQ and several other smartphones also pack this type of sensor.
What TOF provides is detailed, accurate depth sensing, which is helpful for face recognition, 3D imaging, VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality). Combined with 5G network speeds in this handset, the technology opens up a vast array of new VR and AR experiences which simply aren’t possible on 4G phones.
It can also help to optimize the photos taken by the other cameras, providing better background blurring in Samsung’s ‘Live Focus’ portrait mode.
What’s more, you also get a hQVGA 3D depth-sensing camera on the front of the phone, alongside the same 10MP camera found on the other S10 handsets. If you’ve not been keeping up, that takes the total camera count on the Galaxy S10 5G to six.
The Galaxy S10 5G we got hands-on with was secured with a screen lock that Samsung wouldn’t let us through, but we were able to jump into the camera app from the lockscreen.
It’s easy to use, and jumping between the main lens and the wider sensors is quick and easy thanks to an on-screen toggle. Moving all the way to the ultra-wide sensor, we were impressed by just how much of our surroundings the Galaxy S10 5G was able to see.
Shutter speeds were fast, and the Live Focus background blur mode provides a live blur effect before you hit the shutter button, which does an excellent job of separating your in-focus subject from their background.
We weren’t able to fully test all six cameras on the S10 5G during our limited time with the handset, however, so you’ll have to wait for our in-depth review to see how they perform.Samsung Galaxy S10 5G specs
Dimensions: 162.6 x 77.1 x 7.94mm.
OS: Android 9.
Screen size: 6.7-inch.
CPU: Octa-core chipset.
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