This is also the lowest camera aperture seen in a smartphone till date.
One of the key features Samsung is heavily marketing its Galaxy S9+ about is the variable aperture in one of its rear cameras.
The Google Pixel 2 and Apple iPhone X didn't occupy the top two spots on DxOMark's Mobile camera rankings for very long. According to a report from the company, the S9 screen not only gets the award for Best Performing Smartphone but also gets the company's "highest ever A+ rating".
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"The Samsung Galaxy S9+ comes with a camera that hasn't got any obvious weaknesses and performs very well across all photo and video test categories", DxOMark notes. Samsung says that the "Dual Aperture" works in the range of "F1.5 / F2.4" and automatically lets in more light when it's dark and less light when it's too bright to capture photos that are crisp and clear. It has dual 12MP rear cameras with OIS and PDAF on both. A lot of the Galaxy S9's marketing has revolved around its camera. That device's screen, which DisplayMate tested past year, also earned an A+ grade from the company and performed exceedingly well in almost all metrics, and it could keep pace with the Galaxy S9 in a variety of areas, including color accuracy and brightness.
DxOMark tests cameras thoroughly and rates them for their photo and video performance, then gives them a combined score. Both the smartphones are scheduled to launch in India on March 6.
For videos, there is now a new Super Slow-mo feature that increases the shutter speed to a super quick 960fps (frames per second) that enables users to slow the action down by four times.
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