Samsung has announced two new Lite Android smartphones – Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
These two smartphones have a few specs in common. It has the same display and battery capacity. There is an in-display fingerprint scanner on both as well.
Both feature Triple Camera setup at the back. However, the sensors on board are different on both smartphones.
Galaxy S10 Lite features a 48MP F2.0 aperture main camera, along with a 12MP F2.2 ultra wide angle lens and 5MP F2.4 macro lens. Galaxy Note 10 Lite on the other hand comes with 12MP main sensor with F1.7 aperture lens + 12MP F2.2 Ultra wide + 12MP telephoto lens combination. OIS is supported on both phones ( main sensor only ).
The display on S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite is a 6.7 inch Full HD+. Like every other phone in the Galaxy S Series and Note Series, these two also feature a Super AMOLED screen.
The battery on board is a 4500mAh cell with fast charging support. Galaxy Note 10 Lite – since is a Note device – supports S-Pen features.
Galaxy S10 Lite is powered by 7nm Octacore chipset while Note 10 Lite has 10nm Octacore processor on board.
MRP Price and India Launch Date are yet to be Announced by Samsung India. Stay Tuned.
Mobile Phone cameras have come a long way now. Phones like Google Pixel uses computational photography and HDR algorithms to produce stunning results just by a single click. However, Pro photographers who love to have the best dynamic range and image quality, still shoots DNG raw and edit them using software to get the best output possible.
On Android Play Store, there are a lot of Photo Editing Apps available. However, most of them do not support DNG raw editing.
The best DNG raw editor currently available on Android is without any doubt Adobe Lightroom Mobile. Even though you need monthly paid subscription to use advanced editing features like Healing, Graduated Filters etc, you can import and do basic edits on DNG files even without the need for a paid subscription.
Google’s own Snapseed too support DNG raw editing. However, Google hasn’t cared to update this incredibly powerful app with more features. DNG editing is not that great on Snapseed and is very basic. It doesn’t have Noise Reduction or Sharpening options available which are often necessary when you retouch a DNG file.
Adobe Lightroom Mobile also has a build in Pro Camera app which lets you shoot dng raw and let you change Shutterspeed, ISO, White Balance etc. It’s Free to use and doesn’t need subscription.