Samsung Galaxy S8 has been launched and people are going gaga over it. Samsung too has done enough to arouse the curiosity about this flagship device by deploying smart marketing tactics. Many Galaxy S8 features have used by the Korean giant to gain popularity viz the AI assistant Bixby, the bezel-less look and of course the Infinity Display.
Although, the camera capabilities of this premium S8 phone has not been exploited by Samsung to market it, nevertheless they stand tall. After all, ensuring its devices carry enhanced camera performance has always been high on Samsung’s priority list. Highlighting this feature are a couple of pictures (as seen below) clicked with the Galaxy S8 rear camera.
As evident, the Galaxy S8 camera excels in all departments, whether be it low-light, night vision or day-light click. The camera is capable of capturing even the minute details.
Notably, Samsung has used two different sensors on Galaxy S8 and S8+ rear and front camera. While some units of S8 and S8+ sport the S5K2L2 ISOCELL sensor from System LSI for back camera, other units use new Sony IMX333 camera. In case of the selfie snapper, some S8 units use the S5K3H1 sensor from System LSI while others use IMX320 sensor from Sony.
The above pictures have been clicked using Galaxy S8 with S5K2L2 ISOCELL sensor from System LSI. Galaxy S8 sports 12MP dual pixel rear camera with f/1.7, 4K video recording and 8MP front shooter with autofocus and QHD video recording.