The Galaxy S10 Plus (and the Galaxy S10 family in general) has received attention in recent months, and with good reason. However, the arrival of Huawei P30 Pro has attracted some interest. Both handsets feature water resistance with IP68 specification, wireless charging, Android Pie recharge, 5 octa-core camera, curved camera and metal frame.
However, despite the similarities, each phone is quite different. In some ways, the Huawei P30 Pro might be better. We haven’t fully tested the P30 Pro, but we’ve tested it on camera.
1. 5x optical zoom: more precisely to what you want
The Galaxy S10 Plus, like the Pixel 3 XL, has one of the best camera adapters on the market. The S10 Plus has three on the back and two on the front. Huawei’s phones have four on the back and one on the front.
But the biggest advantage that Huawei P30 Pro has over the Galaxy S10 Plus is its ability to capture 5x optical zoom through an 8-megapixel camera on the back of the phone. The Galaxy S10 Plus only offers 2x optical zoom and the Pixel 3 XL has no optical zoom feature at all.
The Huawei P30 Pro not only looks great and has top features, but it also has some features that make it better than the Galaxy S10 Plus for some users.
5x optical zoom allows you to capture closer images of objects or scenes more clearly than using digital zoom, which can be very useful depending on how you are using the camera. However, let’s not forget that this does not mean that the Huawei P30 Pro 2x is better than the Galaxy S10 Plus, since Huawei’s 2x zoom is really digital and the Galaxy S10 has a 2x optical zoom through its binoculars. Body.
Huawei P30 Pro’s total zoom is 10x zoom, a combination of optical and digital. Hybrid magnification does not achieve the quality of optical zoom, but it generally improves digital zoom alone. The P30 support can also extend up to 50x digital zoom.
2. Night Mode: Clarity in the dark
The Galaxy S10 Plus doesn’t have an official Night Mode on its camera, but uses artificial intelligence to improve the quality of photos in those scenarios. That’s part of its suite of digital apps on all Galaxy S10s. To get the “Night mode” look – it shows up as a small moon – the lighting conditions must be correct. We had to work hard to make it appear and the effects were minimal.
The P30 Pro’s Night Mode is a standalone feature that allows it to achieve greater clarity and performance on many other occasioទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន Samsung អនុញ្ញាតឱ្យអ្នកប្រើកែវភ្នែក 3 របស់អ្នកដោយឯករាជ្យដែលអ្នកក៏អាចធ្វើបានជាមួយទូរស័ព្ទរបស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន Huawei ដែរប៉ុន្តែជាមួយ P30 Pro អ្នកមានជម្រើសថតពីពីរទស្សនៈផ្សេងគ្នាក្នុងពេលតែមួយដែលមានទំហំធំជាងកាមេរ៉ាផ្សេងទៀត។ns where light is limited. You have to select it when you want to shoot and the process can take up to 5 seconds.
3. Charging: 40 watts
Charging speed is a feature that is ignored, but it’s a property that gives you more hours of battery life in shorter charging times through wall chargers. When you have only one hour to charge every minute.
We have not yet completed our battery test so we can’t say the difference in charging speed between the S10 Plus and the P30 Pro, but that should be important since the P30 Pro offers 40 fast charging. Watt. The Galaxy S10 Plus offers a 15-watt fast charge. However, keep in mind that this must be used with the charger installed in the box or with the charger provided with the same result.
The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition also offers a 40 watt charge and a 50 watt Oppo R17 Pro. Additionally, Xiaomi recently unveiled a 100-watt charger that allows phones like the Galaxy Note 9 to charge only 17 minutes.
4. Dual Mode: Two cameras record video at the same time
Although the Galaxy S10 Plus and Huawei P30 Pro have multiple cameras at the back, the 10 Plus will not allow two data at a time, while the Huawei P30 Pro will be available.
Samsung phones let you use your 3 lenses independently, which you can also do with Huawei phones, but with the P30 Pro you have the option of shooting from two different angles at the same time, much larger than the camera. The other.