iPhone 11 Vs Samsung S10 camera

  • By: Jason Tidwell
  • 05 Dec, 2020

iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10 both are equipped with a good quality camera set-up as they both are the new models of each manufactures, and they both came last year with new features and facilities. And the camera is one of the best features of smartphones on which customers give much focus. Even I can hardly think of buying a phone without a camera.

iPhone 11 and Samsung S10 both have impressive cameras with impressive features. iPhone 11 is the latest lower-cost smartphone for 2019, which has a dual camera on its back part with 12megapixels picture resolution (f/1.8 aperture), plus, the 12MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.4 aperture. The telephoto lens is not available in this device, but the standard lens and the wide-angle lens will ensure your satisfaction. When we move around the front, the duel 12MP selfie camera with 23mm f/2.2 aperture also gets great pictures which have a biometrics sensor.

In iPhone 11, night mode activates automatically through which you can get a photo with good quality even in low-light, but ultra wide angle mood cannot be used in night mood, which is really a matter of disappointment.

The camera of the iPhone 11 is featured with Quad-LED dual-tone flash and smart HDR. This produces well-balanced images, and one can take control of HDR oneself. Color, tone, and dynamic range between the two lenses is really impressive.

In comparison, Samsung S10 is not inferior to Apple’s iPhone 11. This device has three rear-facing camera lenses, such as a 12MP wide camera with f/1.5-2.4, 26 mm aperture, 12MP, f/2.4, 52mm telephoto camera, and an ultra-wide camera with 16MP, f/2.2, 12mm picture resolution. Besides, there is a dual-lens front camera that has a 10 megapixels lens with an f/1.9 aperture and 8 megapixels lens with f/2.2 aperture.

One can launch the camera app from anywhere, whether it is locked or unlocked by pressing the Power button. Both phones have ultra-wide-angle cameras, but between them, there is a difference. Samsung offers a 123-degree field of view when the iPhone offers only 70 degrees. But Samsung camera has a lower aperture than Apple’s.

The video recording quality of both phones is identical. Both can record 4K video up to 60 frames per second and also slow motion video up to 240 frames per second.

Samsung S10 and iPhone 11 are equipped with various fantastic features, but I think Samsung S 10 is better than the iPhone 11 in comparison to the camera.

Jason Tidwell

Jason Tidwell

Passionate writer, work at Gadgetlooks Editorial team. I have a great addiction for writing about everything Tech realted. Over 8 Years+ Experience in this Teach Area.


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