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All silent seconds! Samsung mobile camera 18 years of evolution: finally understand why the S9 so cattle

via:博客园     time:2018/3/9 17:01:29     readed:61

The release of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus symbolizes that the level of smartphone photographing has reached a new peak. Not long ago, DXOMark updated S9 Plus's score ——99 points. The S9 Plus also became the number one mobile phone on the DXOMark list camera.

From the score of DXOMark, the S9 Plus's static camera project scored 104 points, the highest in history; and the video shooting was equally good, with 91 points, and a final score of 99 points.


A few days ago, Samsung officially released a timetable showing the evolution of Samsung's mobile phones in the past 18 years and representative products.

Samsung's first camera phone was released in 2000 (SCH-V200). The camera is equipped with a 35-megapixel camera, allowing users to store 20 photos and need to be viewed by a PC.

In 2002, Samsung released the first self-timer mobile phone (SCH-X590). The camera's camera is directly embedded in the hinge of the flip screen. The camera can be rotated back and forth.

Until 2010, Samsung released its first smart phone, the Galaxy S, which is also Samsung's first mobile phone equipped with multiple camera modes, including panoramic, stop motion animation, and cartoon shots. The touch screen is a great innovation for smartphones, which has changed the way we interact with immature cell phone cameras.

Since then, the Samsung Galaxy S-series smartphone has achieved explosive growth in the camera performance. The S3 delivered a limit of 8 million for the first time, the S4 Zoom achieved a 10x optical zoom, the S5 achieved the fastest AF speed of 0.3 seconds, and the S7 brought a dual-pixel autofocus, which greatly improved the accuracy and speed of focus, making it Become one of the best low light camera phones in 2016.

The S8 is Samsung's first dual-camera flagship phone, which brings new shooting modes such as Live Focus, hybrid zoom, and improved low-light performance.

Until this year's release of the S9 Series, the variable aperture system was introduced for the first time, switching between f/1.5 and f/2.4, with the addition of 960fps slow-motion video capture.

The following is a detailed timetable:


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