The Galaxy S10 doesn’t have the best shot-to-shot photo quality available, but it’s a solid camera that has seemingly endless options with three rear cameras and tons of shooting modes. It’s completely capable of taking great photos just by pointing and shooting with no real thought; but to truly master this camera you’re going to need to spend some time learning about all of its advanced capabilities.
Clean your camera lenses
Back in September, Microsoft teased an interesting new feature at its annual Ignite conference: Insert Data from Picture — a combination of OCR (optical character recognition) and AI (unicorn dust) that promises to convert pesky printed material into rows of editable Excel data (the office format of champions). Beta users of Excel for Android were supposed to get the feature “soon,” which turned out to be five months later — it’s now live, and works pretty well for a first iteration. Read More
Make photos into spreadsheets with the latest Excel beta on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
A taste of things to come.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ each have three rear cameras that provide different focal lengths and opportunities for creative visual styles. The biggest change to the setup is the addition of an ultra-wide lens, which offers a 123-degree field of view for incredible landscape, creative portraits, and everything in between.
Ask anyone who’s been following smartphones for a long time about their favorite cameras and you’re bound to hear the PureView name come up. Nokia’s called upon it to signify some of its most impressive imaging hardware over the years, like with the 41-megapixel Lumia 1020. Now with the new Android incarnation of Nokia phones, that PureView name is back, and the latest handset to step up and fill those big shoes just debuted at MWC 2019, with the announcement of the five-camera Nokia 9 PureView. Read More
Nokia 9 PureView takes aim at the smartphone photography crown with five-camera array was written by the awesome team at Android Police.