The Google Camera app was ported to the Snapdragon 855 versions of the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10e. The app brings HDR +, portrait mode and the much discussed night vision mode into the new flagships of Samsung.
The port was developed by a XDA forum and works seemingly without much compromise it even works with the wide-angle lens of the Galaxy S10). XDA provided some sample photos. It looks like both Samsung's native camera app and Google Camera will provide images of similar quality. That is, until you get to the high and night vision mode, where the Google Camera app is clearly superior.
The Google Camera app is currently a hot commodity thanks to its AI-based features. By default, however, it is only compatible with Google Pixel and older Nexus smartphones.
Provided you have the latest Galaxy S10 update and install it Google Camera App on the Galaxy The S10 series does not look particularly complicated. For complete instructions and more pictures, see XDA .
The Galaxy S10 Plus camera has been well received by critics, although our David Imel was not a big fan of it. Read his Galaxy S10 Plus review below the link to find out why.