HeIt is a cell phone that tries to get into the competition of the high-end of this season, and although it has several aces under the sleeve, its price from US $ 619 could be making you think that it is the right option for your pocket, because the It is beautiful, but it costs $ 899.
LG G8 ThinQ vs. Galaxy S10: Camera Comparison
Both phones have very good features, but here we are going to compare their cameras, because if this is a factor that will help you decide which cell to buy, it is better that you see with your own what the device has to give.
We have already compared the camera ofor with him , so now we are going to give the LG G8 a chance to redeem its best features.
LG G8 ThinQ vs. camera Galaxy S10
LG G8 ThinQ
|Double: 12 megapixels with aperture of f / 1.5 and 16 megapixels wide angle with aperture of f / 1.9.||
Triple: 12 megapixels (variable of f / 1.5 and f / 2.4) with optical stabilization (77 degrees) + wide angle of 16 megapixels (f / 2.2 of 12 degrees) + 12 megapixel telephoto (f / 2.4 of 45 degrees) with optical stabilization
|8 megapixels (f / 1.7) and Z camera (ToF)||
10 megapixels (f / 1.9)
|960fps in Full HD, 240fps in Full HD, 60fps in 4K||
120fps in HD, 60fps in Full HD, 30fps in 4K
|Digital up to 8x||
Digital up to 10x
|4K at 60fps, 720p at 30fps, 1,080p at 60fps||
4K at 60fps, HDR10
|Optimized video stabilization||
Video portrait, Point Zoom, Cinema Effect
LG G8 ThinQ camera
In my experience with the LG G8 ThinQ, I have seen that this cell phone despite having only a double camera makes photos that look pretty good. Among its novelties we find the Studio section that has lighting modes for your images, as well as a section where you can take photos with a solid color background.
If we talk about the portrait mode, this cell phone does not have various effects such as Samsung, but it does allow blurred background, applying the previous modes or doing it easily. This makes it slightly boring, because it doesn't really offer great news in this section.
If it's the front camera, the selfies LG's are also correct. In our video you can also see something important: LG looks more in the videos that the phone can do, because it adds bokeh mode, as well as the already traditional film filters, which we liked a lot and that will be ideal for you if you use the mobile for your own shorts or movies.
When it comes to night mode, the LG G8 ThinQ lets us see beautiful photos, but it does not have AI or a night mode as such, something that Samsung has added through its software to help you make clearer photos in low light situations.
Galaxy S10 camera
The triple camera of the Galaxy S10 has a wide angle sensor and also a separate telephoto. The latter is not present in the LG cell phone, so the blur effect is done through software. Here, Samsung has added new portrait modes with a blurry background totally different from what we were used to.
Although it has no lighting modes, Samsung's camera has AI for photographs and this includes night mode, something that LG's cell phone lacks. If you are a fan of videos, Samsung has added a better stabilization, although it does not have great effects that you can apply when you are recording them.
If we talk about the front camera, the Samsung cell phone maintains the same blur mode of the front camera, so we have many possibilities to play.
Here is the version of the night mode photo with AI of the Galaxy S10.
The Galaxy S10 entered this battle as the top cell phone, having three sensors, AI and night mode through this technology. However, the photos show that the LG cell phone with two cameras makes such good photos as Samsung, so the LG G8 ThinQ is not a bad idea, if you do not want to spend so much money on your cell phone.
When it comes to selfies or portraits, those of Samsung add more modes which makes it very attractive, while LG only has the blurry effect that we already know and those of lighting, so it is much simpler in this aspect.
LG clearly wins in the general section of videos, because it allows you to make a blurred background – although this is still difficult to use – and because it adds many useful functions and effects if you want to make movies with your cell phone.
The LG G8 ThinQ costs from US $ 619, while the Galaxy S10 from US $ 899. So if you don't care about three cameras or selfies with many effects, LG's cell phone can be perfect – and the most economical – between these two rivals.