DxOMark, a website owned by DxOMark Image Labs, provides image quality ratings for standalone cameras, lenses, and mobile devices that include cameras.
It recently gave a good 99 score to Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+. The scoring bumped up Samsung to the top of the list edging out Pixel 2 which indeed is a great camera as well. The scoring for the S9+ is the highest photo score the website has given any handset so far.
DxOMark claims, “The S9 Plus comes with a camera that hasn’t got any obvious weaknesses and performs very well across all photo and video test categories.”
According to the website, the dual-aperture for low light shots is indeed a great addition. The S9+ also sports a zoom lens not found on the S9 (along with a few other features justifying the $120 price difference), which significantly reduces artifacts. The phone also gets high marks for its bokeh effect (for Portrait Mode), which was pretty solid to start with on the last note handset.
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