I'll be doing a more thorough review of the many cameras on the Galaxy S10+ in the coming weeks, but wanted to share some first impressions. It's no surprise that the cameras are excellent, since it's a Samsung, and great cameras have always been their thing. There are two on the front, and three on the back. The back cameras have an ultra-wide angle, a wide angle, and a normal lens. Most phones only have the wide angle lens. The Normal is best for portraits.
The shots below are just some quick shots while walking around; nothing carefully composed or thought out. All were shot as JPEG, not RAW, and no manual controls were used. I will get into manual controls and RAW in the comings weeks. I'm impressed immediately with the automatic exposure being so accurate. I did have Auto-HDR on, and really don't know if it was actually used or not, but suspect it came into play with the photo of the alligator sunning on a trail, as it was in harsh morning light, but I still see a lot of details in the shadows.
It's still early days, but I'm really excited to put this through its paces. I can tell already this is going to be fun!