DxOMark has posted a review on the new samsung V60 ThinQ for the camera. It was the first smartphone-camera-to be able to take 4K video, and it was one of the first smartphones to launch with the Snapdragon 865.
The V60 plug-in hybrid, the camera, the hardware is composed of a 64MP, 1/1.7-inch sensor with an f/1.8 aperture and a 0.8-µm pixels, phase detection autofocus, and OIS. This goes hand in hand with only two cameras, a 13MP with ultra-wide camera with an f/1.9 aperture and a Great depth of the sensor, for portrait photography. There is no dedicated remote camera system on the V60 plug-in hybrid.
In the still image, that is, the V60 plug-in hybrid, the duration of exposure and the dynamic range is great, but it lacks contrast in certain situations. Among the other flagships of the year, and the V60 saw the most of noise levels, even under low light conditions. Auto-focus is “accurate, but slow compared to the flagships, as well.
This, combined with the lack of a dedicated telephoto camera, put it behind other smartphones in terms of zoom photography. Also, there is the noise and lack of detail as required for the ultrawide camera, and the inconsistent exposures when using auto flash.
In video mode, exposure is usually accurate, the autofocus is quick to adjust, while the white balance and the colors are great in bright light or indoors. Stabilization is great and all, but not while panning or walking and shooting. The dynamic range is limited, and at times when there is little contrast.
Check out the full review on DxOMark’s results, the V60 plug-in hybrid to the camera.