OnePlus 7 Pro vs Galaxy S10 Plus Camera Test Comparison

OnePlus 7 Pro vs Galaxy S10 Plus Camera Test Comparison

– What’s up guys, SuperSaf here, and welcome to another SuperSaf
Style Camera Comparison between the OnePlus 7 Pro
and the Samsung Galaxy S10+. You guys know the drill. We’ll be testing all
aspects of the cameras, front, rear-facing,
images, video, low-light, the full works, also look
out for the audio icon in the corner of the screen,
that’ll indicate to you which device the audio’s coming from. We’ll be switching between
these two throughout this video. We’re currently using
the front-facing cameras. The S10+ does film at up to 4K from the front-facing
camera, so we are at 4K. We’re going to be switching to 1080p before we do the stabilization test, to keep things as fair as possible. Right, so now we’re at
1080p from both devices and we’re going to be testing
out the stabilization. So we’re currently walking.
(wind blowing) It’s about to get windy.
(birds chirping) And now let’s go ahead and run. (footsteps crunching) Area’s all over the place, but let me know what you think. Now rear-facing video,
we’re at 4K on both devices, from the primary camera. Let’s test out stabilization. Walking, now let’s run.
(jacket swishing) Stabilization test now at 1080p. I can notice that the
OnePlus 7 Pro is cropped in quite a bit more now compared to the S10+. Let’s run.
(footsteps scraping) One thing I did want to test
was the video on ultra-wide but it seems like on the OnePlus 7 Pro, you can’t actually use the
ultra-wide for video, so yeah, there’s literally no
option for it right now, so learned something new. Just a quick autofocus
test for the OnePlus 7 Pro. Very, very fast indeed. Same test with the S10+. Once again, very, very fast as well. (knock echoes) So that was the video, now
before we move on to images, just having a quick look at
what we’re working with here. Both devices have a very similar triple rear-facing camera setup, So we’ve got a primary camera,
we’ve got an ultra-wide, and then we’ve got a telephoto, which is going to give us optical zoom. The primary camera on the OnePlus 7 Pro does have a much higher
resolution, 48 megapixels, but those are just numbers on a paper. By default, when you’re shooting an auto, it is going to be at around 12 megapixels, and the only way you could
shoot at 48 megapixels is if you go into Pro mode. That’s not what we’re going to be doing in this comparison, because we want to see what software processing
both devices offer, so we’ll be shooting at default and auto, and that will keep things
as fair as possible. Now, the telephoto cameras, the OnePlus 7 Pro does
have 3X optical zoom versus 2X optical zoom on the S10+, but we’ve got 12 megapixels on the S10+ versus eight megapixels
on the OnePlus 7 Pro. So although you are
getting more optical zoom, that is at a lower resolution, so we’ll see how this affects the images. For the front-facing cameras, the OnePlus 7 Pro does
have a high resolution, but the S10+ does have
two front-facing cameras. One of these is a depth sensor, so this should help with portrait mode. Once again, we’ll see
what the results are like. Now, if you want to customize
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outdoors in good lighting. I think both are doing pretty decent here. The S10+ definitely more
punchy, more vibrant colors. You may or may not like
that, but generally speaking, I think both are doing pretty well. Now remember, we do have
an ultra-wide camera on both of these, and ready for it, boom! Look at that. If you’ve not realized already, I really like ultra-wide cameras. But I think both once again
are doing pretty decent, but the S10+ does have
a wider field of view so you’re getting more into your shots. Now let’s try out the zoom. So here you can see that
on the OnePlus 7 Pro, you are getting a little
bit more optical zoom, but the S10+ is the sharper image and that might be down to the resolution, you have more resolution, so you are getting a
bit of a sharper image. And if we put these side by side 200%, you’ll notice that you’re
not actually getting in that much closer with the OnePlus 7 Pro because of that lower resolution, so the angle of view is similar, you’re getting slightly
closer with the OnePlus 7 Pro, but you have an overall sharper image on the S10+ which I do prefer. Now I wanted to test the zoom even further so I took another shot, and at a glance, it does look like you’re
getting in much closer with the OnePlus 7 Pro, but if we do go in 200% on both images, you’ll see that you’re not
getting in that much closer, so that is something you’ll
have to bear in mind, that although you are
getting the 3X optical zoom, it is at eight megapixels, not 12. Now another outdoor image, we’ve got the Golden Gate Bridge here. We’ve got more punchy colors
once again on the S10+, and we also have better dynamic range. If you look towards the
bottom of the bridge, you can see that more
details in those shadows have been maintained on the S10+ compared to the OnePlus 7 Pro. And once again, let’s test
out the ultra-wide camera, and boom, the S10+ I think
you can really notice how much wider the ultra-wide camera is. You are getting more of that
foreground into your shot. Dynamic range, I’d have to
still give it to the S10+. Once again, if you look towards
the bottom of that bridge, those details in those
shadows have been maintained better compared to the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now let’s test out the
zoom, and you’ll notice that the colors are off
here in the OnePlus 7 Pro, and I do think this is
something that hopefully OnePlus can address an
update via software, having consistency between
the different cameras I think is very, very important, and it’s something that I think the S10+ is doing really well here. Now, testing up some close-up macro shots, here we’ve got this flower, and the S10+, I do prefer the image here. Although the colors are more vibrant, we do have more separation between the highlights and the shadows, whereas we’ve got much
more of a flat image on the OnePlus 7 Pro. And I took another image of these poppies, and the OnePlus 7 Pro, struggling
a little bit with color. Now, this is a brand new device, so I’m hoping that OnePlus can sort out some of these color issues
with software updates. Now, moving on to some
portrait mode shots. Both of these images were
taken from the same place, and you’ll notice that the OnePlus 7 Pro is much closer, and that
is because it’s using the telephoto lens for this portrait, whereas the S10+ is using
the primary wide lens, so you’re getting all of me
in this shot on the S10+, compared to the OnePlus
7 Pro, and I got to say, I much prefer the angle of
view on the OnePlus 7 Pro compared to the S10+. I think portraits should be
taken with a telephoto camera. If you ask most photographers, they’ll tell you that
portraits should be shot at 50 MM or above, and because
this is 3X optical zoom, it’s probably around 70 MM, which is a good angle
of view for portraits. Now, to compare these, I did get my brother who
was taking these shots to move closer, and you’ll
see the difference here. The angle of view is much more pleasing on the OnePlus 7 Pro. In terms of edge detection, I think both are doing
really, really well. Both of them have also got
the area in between my arm. The OnePlus 7 Pro image,
however, is a little bit soft. I’m not sure if it’s trying to apply some sort of a beauty filter
or something like that. It’s nothing I could see or
change, but this is the case. I still do prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro image. Now, one thing that
you do have on the S10+ is the ability to change the blur and the effect of blur after the fact. This is something you can’t
do on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Testing out another image,
once again that angle of view much more pleasing on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Edge detection, I think both are doing a very, very good job. The OnePlus 7 Pro, yet again,
it is a little bit soft. Again, I’m not sure why it’s doing this, but out of the two, I do
prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro image. Now let’s move on to low-light. So both of these do support a night mode, so this is where it’s going
to take multiple exposures to give you brighter low-light images. And in this first image, I think both are doing
really, really good. I’d have to call it a bit of a draw. Both images are very
similar from what I can see. So I went ahead and did a few more tests, and in this image I
prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro. If you go in 200% you can see that the text is sharper
on the OnePlus 7 Pro. You also have a less
noise in the background compared to the S10+. So I do prefer the OnePlus
7 Pro in this instance. Now I went and did some further tests, and here, I actually
like the S10+ image more. If you go in 200%, you’ll see
that we have a sharper image on the S10+ compared to
that on the OnePlus 7 Pro. And I went ahead and did another test, this time indoors in very, very low light, and here, the S10+ is doing
better in terms of the colors. We’ve got a bit of a green
tint on the OnePlus 7 Pro, although the OnePlus 7 Pro is not as noisy and it’s a little bit
sharper compared to the S10+, so I think for low-light
it is a bit of a draw. Now let’s look at some selfies. We have pushed selfies
towards the end of the video because some people get annoyed when they’re towards the
beginning of the video, but anyway, looking at this shot, both are doing a very, very good job, we’ve got great dynamic range on both. The OnePlus 7 Pro might just have slightly better dynamic range. If you look towards the Space Center, those highlights have been
maintained slightly better on the OnePlus 7 Pro, so
from these two images, I do prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now, if you use portrait mode
from the front-facing cameras, where it’s going to blur the background, here both are doing a very, very good job. Edge detection is very good on both. I’d say it’s a bit of a draw here, but I wanted to test things even further, so I went to an area where we
had a complicated background, and here the S10+ is
definitely doing much better. If you look towards my
jacket and towards my ears, the OnePlus 7 Pro is
struggling a little bit. And on the S10+ you can see that having that secondary depth camera is giving you a better portrait shot. Once again, you can adjust
the blur after the fact, and you can choose some
different effects on the S10+. This is something you cannot
do on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now some low-light selfies in the dark. Here, both are doing okay. Neither of these are great, to be honest, so if you do use the front-facing flash, here I do prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro. It’s not as washed out as on the S10+, and the image also has less
noise on the OnePlus 7 Pro compared to the S10+. Right, so those were all
of the images and videos. What are my opinions and my conclusions? Well, when it comes to
images in good light, I would have to give the edge to the S10+. The colors were much more consistent between the three cameras. The OnePlus 7 Pro did
struggle in some situations. Hopefully these issues can be
fixed with a software update. The ultra-wide camera on the S10+ is why they’re compared
to the OnePlus 7 Pro, so that is something that I did like. And although you do have 3X optical zoom versus 2X on the S10+, you do have a high resolution on the S10+, which does make a difference. For low-light, I would have
to call it a bit of a draw. The OnePlus 7 Pro was
better in some situations, whereas the S10+ was better in others. For video, things were interesting. I think both shot really good video. The OnePlus 7 Pro seemed
to be more stable at 4K, whereas the S10+ seemed to
be more stable at 1080p. And for some reason, you cannot
use the ultra-wide camera for video on the OnePlus 7
Pro, I’m not sure why this is. I looked around everywhere and I could not find an option for this. Maybe we’ll get it with a
software update, but as it stands, the OnePlus 7 Pro cannot shoot video from the ultra-wide camera,
which is a bit of a bummer. For slow motion I would
have to call it a draw. Both did really well. Both can shoot 240
frames a second at 1080p, 720p, although you do
have a higher frame rate, 960 frames a second on the S10+, that is just that a small burst, whereas the 480 frames a second at 720p you can shoot for a longer period of time, so I am going to call slow-motion a draw. For the front-facing camera images, I think both did really, really well. You do have slightly better dynamic range on the OnePlus 7 Pro, but you do have better
portrait shots from the S10+. And for front-facing camera video, although you have up to 4K on the S10+ so you are going to get sharper images, I did prefer the colors
on the OnePlus 7 Pro. For portrait mode, although
both had great edge detection, personally I did prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro, and that is because it’s
using the telephoto camera rather than the primary camera, and I have to say once again, portraits from a telephoto camera are definitely more pleasing, although images were a little bit soft and you can’t adjust
the blur after the fact on the OnePlus 7 Pro. On the S10+, you do have this option. And for audio, you can go
back and have a listen. I kind of preferred the
audio on the OnePlus 7 Pro when it was on the front-facing camera, but when we were on
the rear-facing camera, I preferred the S10+. Now, I’m not sure why this is, because of mic placements
maybe, I don’t know. That’s what I think, anyway. What do you guys think of the audio, and all of the images and video, which one did you prefer overall, the OnePlus 7 Pro or
the Samsung Galaxy S10+? Definitely drop me a comment
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100 thoughts on “OnePlus 7 Pro vs Galaxy S10 Plus Camera Test Comparison

  1. Hope you guys enjoyed the video #SuperSafStyle 😎 Which is your overall pic? OnePlus 7 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S10+?

  2. I don't know why u found oneplus better at 9:49.. it is clearly over exposing ur face, the building, some of ur hair and jacket. Personal preference may be 😉
    Nice and detailed video as always 👍

  3. Wow. I an a Korran but I thought onnplus would be better because of imx586. And… galaxy is better infact… incredible.

  4. Sure s10 better camera but oneplus better phone overall. Its literally better then s10 in every aspect except camera plus it has that sweet 90hz. No beating that. They could be priced the same I'd still buy oneplus.

  5. S10 is a better camera over all, i cant believe i searched up "best camera phome 2019" and one plus was above s10. Obviously one plus payed them

  6. Hi, s10 don't have 24fps, is this a problem? Use no native app to filming in 24fps in s10 can bring issues?

  7. I'm a Snapdragon S10+ Owner but the Oneplus 7 Pro is a damn impressive device. I really like what Oneplus the company is doing and I think all the "Major players" should be concerned.

  8. How did u prefer OnePlus 7 Pro in audio it's annoying. S10+ is the clear winner.
    My list for cameras.
    0.Nokia 3310 (Don't have to worry if it drops. The ground will break)
    1. P30 Pro
    2. S10+/S10/S10e even with out the third camera (telephoto)
    3.Pixel 3 XL (Don't like the videos) (Lacks Good Audio)
    4. iPhone XS Max
    5.Google Pixel 2
    6.Mate 20 Pro
    7.P30 Lite
    8.P20 Pro
    9.Note 9 and S9+
    10.Oppo Reno 10x zoom

  9. Yes one plus you are have done a good job if we compare the price of both the cell phones. We need couple of more companies who can give us value for money so that apple and samsung have to think next time they come up with something

  10. theres a reason the oneplus is not a complete flagship. but at least they could have included better microphones the audio is not so good not meh but cld be better. if it wasn't for that op display it wld be straight forward s10 for me. s10 is still the better phone all round

  11. Come on @SuperSaf there is NO COMPARISON between Samsung S10/S10+ and Oneplus 7 Pro… Samsung is TRUE FLAGSHIP!! The experience of using the Camera app in itself is a pleasure.. The picture quality is no match (Oneplus ipicture quality s BAD!.. and I AM ON THE LATEST UPDATE)… No Flash in Pro Mode in Oneplus!! Can't scroll through the camera modes you will have to swipe on the entire screen to switch modes!! It feels half-baked with Oneplus.. The Wide Angle camera of Samsung is Far too awesome for OP to match.. OP wide angle is worse quality pictures.. People are using Google Camera apps and other editing apps on OP to make their pictures worth sharing.. with Samsung you get everything right out of the box!! THERE IS NO COMPARISON BETWEEN S10 and 7PRO… I ended up buying 7Pro based on such hype… nothing else…

  12. One plus 7 pro all the way .costs less and with the software updates it gets better . Well done one plus

  13. 5:02 I'm sorry mate but the OnePlus has a sharper image one that one, S10+ is just over saturating stuff. If you look at the bridge you can see the outline a lot better.

  14. Camera is better on the S10+ but I'd still go with the OP7 Pro. The 90Hz display with no cutout is amazing. Oxygen OS is fantastic too

  15. Hello, can you please give me an advice? I try to make a choice between galaxy s9+ (qualcomm) and 1+7(not pro). In my country price is pretty similar. Which one of them do you prefer?

  16. It would have been nice to see pictures of moving objects to know which phone has blurry images. I presently use a OnePlus 5 but I would not have bought it if I had known the images get blurry on moving objects like someone dancing, walking etc

  17. ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻ ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻ says:

    5:26 that shot on the s10 was just beautiful i cant even believe it wtf

  18. The S10+ may have a better camera but I'm really impressed by the OnePlus 7 for the price.

    Edit: 10:36 you said neither of those pictures were great which is true but OnePlus blew the S10+ out of the water in those pictures.

  19. OnePlus 7 Pro camera review from a OP7Pro owner. I got to admit, with this camera array I thought the photos would be way better. In my opinion by default they are over-exposed and the curves are slightly off. I have found my self modifying the curves of R/G/B to make the reds popout more and the blues popout less. Also adding more structure and slightly sharpening the image makes a load of difference. I have attached below an Imgur link with 3 photos of Raw/Edited/Further Edited. I genuinely hope they fix the camera quality because I have taken amazing shots with it

  20. this video is before software updates on the Oneplus which changes the camera to incredible. Samsung is the worst on selfie skin tone colors. ALWAYS washed out tooooo white!

  21. The Galaxy overprocesses (oversharpening and too much saturation), the OnePlus is definitely more natural and therefore far better for me.

  22. One plus 7 pro for portraits nd low light photography …
    S10+ for others …
    Watching on one plus 7 pro tho …

  23. Thanks for the review! I have been subscribed for years and you do great videos! I just leased a S10+ for the Galaxy forever program on Sprint and I have a Note 9 for my business phone. I have been seriously considering the One Plus 7 pro because I like and miss XDA Developers and being able to root and rom my phones. I am very impressed with the S10+. I actually just bought my wife one and liked it so much I decided to try one out myself. So I watched this video of yours and the other one that you compare both phones overall. I am coming from an LG V20 on my personal line and I had to get another phone with a wide angle camera for some of my work pictures. I own a Handyman business and often find myself in situations that I have to have a wide angle camera to take pictures of my projects in tight spaces etc. This video showed me that the Samsung cameras and their accommodating software are more refined than the One Plus offering. To me almost all of the pictures looked better on the S10+. The S10+ camera's images looked sharper with much better detail and color. What you refer to as soft in the One Plus 7 pro pictures to me just looked more blurry and less sharp while at the same time having muted colors. So I guess I will be keeping the S10+ for what I consider superior camera capabilities especially in the wide angle which is the most important feature for me since my Note 9 does not have one. This S10+ feels so small compared to my Note 9! It is weird! Thanks for the great video!

  24. I have both OP7 pro and S10+, but imo S10+ is superior than op period, the best ever display and touch sensitivity, and many other things..

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