DxOMark has updated the camera score of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and from the latest result, this smartphone got a total score of 109 points. It claimed 114 points for images and 97 points for video. This is exactly the same scores for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro which has been on top of the list for some time now. Nevertheless, the Galaxy S10+ has an edge over the Mate 20 Pro in the selfie camera category. This category was recently launched by DxOMark and it does not get much attention for now. Samsung Galaxy S10+ scored 96 points for the selfie camera (highest in the world) while the Mate 20 Pro managed 75 points.
Compared with the recently released Xiaomi Mi 9, Samsung Galaxy S10+lead by 2 points, but the video capability is not up to the Xiaomi Mi 9. For the first time, South Korean manufacturer, Samsung, used a triple rear camera setup on the Galaxy S10+. This smartphone comes with a 12-megapixel telephoto lens (OIS, 2x optical change), another 12-megapixel wide-angle main camera (F1.5/2.4 variable aperture, 1.4μm, OIS, CMOS for S5K2L4S) and 16-megapixels 123 degree super wide-angle lens.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series (Samsung Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G) will be released in China on February 28th. The Chinese version of the Galaxy S10+ (8+128GB) will sell for 7300 yuan ($1086) while the 8+512GB and variants will go for 9000 yuan ($1340) and 12,000 yuan ($1786) respectively.