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Snapdragon and Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra have camera performance differences

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Most of you know that Samsung is shipping two different versions of its flagship Galaxy S22 series to different regions. One of them uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, while the other uses the company’s Exynos chip.

However, you may not be aware that doing so will affect the performance of the camera in those two variants, when it comes to photography.

According to DxoMark, the two models have different camera performance, although given the same 131 points. The Snapdragon-enabled Galaxy S22 Ultra produces less noise than the Exynos variant in still images. The loss of detail after image capture is also low.

However, when it comes to video capture, an Exynos partner produces less noise and captures more detail. DxoMark concludes that the Snapdragon variant is better for photography while the Exynos variant captures better videos and zoom images.

It really is not something that happens without a reason and is unexplained. Since the two models use different chips, they actually pack different ISPs (Image Signal processors).

Therefore, powerful Snapdragon and Exynos devices will have different camera performance despite the same setup, which includes a 108 MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide lens, a 10MP zoom camera, and a periscope zoom camera. 10MP.

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By Alex Parkinson: Alex is a technology enthusiast who loves to write about gadgets. He has been writing for as long as he could remember, and developed his passion for technology in college. Alex holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

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