Now if you want to select the camera king in the smart phone, then Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Huawei new machine P30 Pro should be the two models that are most likely to win, because P30 Pro is officially released after the release of Shanghai on April 11th. Landing in the domestic market, so we might as well come to the outpost to see the comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and the Huawei Mate series flagship Mate 20 Pro.
The first is the hardware specifications, the camera, Huawei Mate 20 Pro for the rear 3 front 1 design, proactive 2400W pixels, rear Leica three camera 2*2 arrangement (including flash) including 4000W pixel main camera, 2000W pixel super Wide-angle (support 2.5cm super macro) and 800W pixel telephoto lens, not equipped with OIS optical image stabilization, but support Huawei’s AIS intelligent image stabilization algorithm.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the front 2 and rear 3 designs. The front 1000W+800W pixel dual camera is for boring. The rear 3 camera and flash are side by side, including 1200W pixel telephoto +1200W pixel main camera (support F1.5/ F2.4 variable aperture) +1600W pixel super wide-angle lens with OIS optical image stabilization.
Mate 20 Pro recognizes “ancient architecture” scene
In terms of shooting, both phones support AI optimization, and the optimization covers the corresponding scene camera suggestions and corresponding parameters and color optimization. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ also adds an AI composition suggestion option, which will promptly suggest when shooting. Angle, composition, etc.
S10+ composition and shooting angle tips
After the two phones are enabled for optimization, the actual use of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is more sensitive to the scene recognition trigger, and after triggering the relevant optimization, it will automatically switch to the corresponding mode or the corresponding lens, while the Samsung Galaxy S10+ recommends more optimization triggers for the composition. After the trigger is optimized, the scene optimization will automatically switch, but the suggestions for composition and switching of the lens are only for the yellow display.
This has advantages and disadvantages. The advantage of Huawei is that it automatically switches to the recommended mode directly, but if you think that its optimization scheme is wrong (as shown in the above picture, the spring flowers are recognized as autumn leaves, the color is too warm) or the user does not like it, you need After manually closing the corresponding optimization, and the screen has a large amplitude movement and adjustment, you can easily trigger the AI recognition again, and it will open the corresponding optimization again. Samsung is relatively more delicate, and scenes such as color are automatically switched automatically. It is up to the user to decide how to adjust the composition and switch the lens.
After a brief understanding, we can officially enter the proofs comparison. Unless otherwise stated, the two mobile phones use automatic mode, fully automatic metering and focusing, without manual click intervention, open AI optimization related options, including Mate 20 Pro daytime When shooting is not triggered AI optimization, two samples of standard and vivid modes will be manually shot, and two samples of automatic mode and super night scene will be taken at night, which will be marked in the text below the picture.
Mate 20 Pro standard mode: ISO-50 1/2347s f/1.8
Mate 20 Pro vivid mode: ISO-50 1/1842s f/1.8
Galaxy S10+: ISO-50 1/1909s f/2.4
In the case of good daylight, the Mate 20 Pro standard color mode proofs are closer to the Galaxy S10+. The bright mode emphasizes more colors, vignetting, contrast, etc. The overall style is more stylized, and the favorite classmates may prefer, but the details Performance and other environments are not as good as standard models.
Zooming in on the details, you can see that the two proofs of Mate 20 Pro have a certain tendency to overexpose in the bright part of the light, and the texture details on the stone are kept less. The dynamic range of the Galaxy S10+ is better, more The details have been restored, and the color reproduction section is Galaxy S10+>Mate 20 Pro Standard>Mate 20 Pro.
Mate 20 Pro AI Optimization: ISO-50 1/2119s f/1.8
Galaxy S10+: ISO-50 1/1361s f/2.4
The two sets of proofs are relatively close. The big picture shows that the sky color is different. The Mate 20 Pro blue sky is more vivid, and the Galaxy S10+ is slightly lighter. Here, the sky of the Mate 20 Pro is closer to the actual color of the day.
Zooming in and comparing, you can see that Mate 20 Pro has been sharpened, the tower line will be sharper, but the details of the dark part are not as good as the Galaxy S10+, and the topmost dark part of the masonry has basically not separated.
Mate 20 Pro super wide angle: ISO-50 1/1912s f/2.2
Galaxy S10+ super wide angle: ISO-50 1/1951s f/2.2
Since both mobile phones have super wide-angle lenses, then it is more difficult to try to shoot the super wide angle under the large backlight scene. The first thing you can see is that although the sample is taken in the same position, the Galaxy S10+’s super wide-angle view will be larger, and the picture will be more and more up and down, so the proportion of the tower itself in the picture is slightly smaller. a little.
Secondly, the sky performance just happened to drop. This time, the Mate 20 Pro is even more oligosome than the actual one. It seems that Huawei’s color tuning of several cameras is not completely unified, but from the color of the tower body and the layering of white clouds. The performance of the Galaxy S10+ is better. The clouds of the Mate 20 Pro are not so stereoscopic, and the contrast between light and dark is not as good as the resolution.
Mate 20 Pro Auto: ISO-320 1/100s f/1.8
Mate 20 Pro Super Night Scene: ISO-200 3s f/1.8
Galaxy S10+: ISO-320 1/50s f/2.4
In the indoor light environment with good illumination, there are also many differences in the imaging of the two. In terms of overall exposure and color, the Galaxy S10+ is more “white” and cleaner, and the Mate 20 Pro’s proofs are relatively dull.
Zoom in and out, you can see that the Galaxy S10+ successfully suppresses the high light overflow on the stop sign when the overall brightness is the highest. The “14th line” is the only clear in the 3 proofs, and the Mate 20 Pro normal mode light is sharp. The traces of the LED are more obvious, and the shading of the LED lamp bead is highlighted. The Super Night Scene mode and the Galaxy S10+ perform similarly.
The dark part performance is even more different. The noise control of the Mate 20 Pro two proofs is better than the Galaxy S10+, but the ordinary proofs are strong, the lines and stone texture are pasted, the super night scene proofs are good, the details are stronger than the Galaxy S10+. However, the high light overflows, and only the Galaxy S10+ is still pressed.
Mate 20 Pro Auto (trigger night view): ISO-6400 1/17s f/1.8
Mate 20 Pro Super Night Scene: ISO-3200 5s f/1.8
Galaxy S10+: ISO-1250 1/6s f/1.5
In the sample at 12 o’clock in the evening, we can see that in order to increase the amount of light, Samsung finally switched the aperture to F1.5, but from the overall brightness, there is a gap between the Mate 20 Pro and the automatically triggered night scene optimization mode. Mate 20 Pro’s handheld super night scene mode performs better. Compared with the normal mode, it has more details, clearer pictures and even more colors. This is a simple “high light + reduced contrast +” The brightness is too high, and the super night mode is not comparable.
Of course, the Galaxy S10+ sample also has some merits, such as the edge of the picture is not overly sharpened, not as unnatural as the Mate 20 Pro, and secondly, under the same uniform angle, the reflection of the light on the water, the restoration of the Galaxy S10+ It is more realistic, and the texture of the water is better.
Mate 20 Pro Auto: ISO-25600 1/8s f/1.8
Mate 20 Pro Super Night Scene: ISO-3200 5s f/1.8
Galaxy S10+: ISO-1600 1/4s f/1.5
With the outsole and algorithm, the Mate 20 Pro can be more open to ISO control. The normal AI mode ISO is directly up to 25600, and the Galaxy S10+ can only press the shutter time to 1/4s, which is a dangerous range. In order to get the same amount of light, of course, the Mate 20 Pro super night scene mode is still inferior, but the super night scene sample has a slight partiality.
After zooming in and comparing, you can see that the Galaxy S10+ has less noise control, but the details will be more abundant. For example, the stone table and the stone bench’s façade, the Mate 20 Pro’s proofs are basically painted into a plane, and the dark part is basically unified. But the light and dark contrast and stone details of the Galaxy S10+ will be a little better.
to sum up
The camera of the two mobile phones is undoubtedly one of the strongest players in the world. The Galaxy S10+ performs relatively better during the daytime proofs, while the advantage of the outsole and night scene algorithms of the Mate 20 Pro at night is more obvious. Followed by us will also bring a new generation of Huawei’s flagship P30 and P30 Pro camera experience and comparative evaluation, so this Galaxy S10+ vs Mate 20 Pro, you may wish to be regarded as the mobile phone photo king battle