Sample photos taken from Galaxy S8 VS Xiaomi Mi5s

We were privileged to be one of the few who managed to test out the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones right after their launch. Of course, many will be interested to find out more about the performance of the flagship smartphones' camera. Our initial impressions? Simply wonderful.

Here are some real life photographs taken at the live stream event earlier. These photos are compared to the photos captured from a Xiaomi Mi5s, which features a high end Sony IMX378 Sensor.

Sample shot: Samsung Galaxy S8 - Low Light

Sample shot: Xiaomi Mi5s - Low Light

It was apparent that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is great at capturing low light photographs. Even when compared to a photo that is captured on the Xiaomi Mi5s, which is said to excel in low light, the photo from the Galaxy S8 was able to capture so much more detail, takes in the right amount of light to present to best possible image. Perfectly stunning. 

Sample Shot : Samsung Galaxy S8 - Selfie
Sample Shot : Xiaomi Mi5s - Selfie
The Samsung Galaxy S8 does not fail to impress. The front camera was also able to capture much more details than the front camera of the Xiaomi Mi5s. In fact, it is very apparent that the Galaxy S8's front camera is so much more superior than that on the Mi5s, just by looking and comparing between these two photographs.



The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ features a bright F1.7 lens and large 1.4um pixels to allow the camera sensor to bring in much more light than usual. This is a 12MP dual pixel sensor which captures beautiful and crystal clear photographs. The rear camera also has optical image stabilization capabilities.

On the other hand, these two new flagship smartphones also boasts a 8MP front camera with the same F1.7 lens. It also features smart auto focus and enhanced multi-frame image processing for the best possible clarity.


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