As we mentioned earlier, Galaxy M30 proudly flaunts a triple camera setup with a 13MP primary camera (f/1.9 aperture), a 5-megapixel depth sensor (f/2.2 aperture), and a 5-megapixel ultrawide-angle camera with a 123-degree field of view. For selfies, you get a 16MP sensor (f/2.0 aperture).
The phone’s camera comes with a lot of options like Panorama, Pro, Beauty, Live Focus, Smart Beauty, and Continuous Shot modes. With Pro mode, you can tweak the exposure, ISO, and white balance before clicking photos. Whereas, the Live Focus mode uses the depth sensor and allows you to control the level of background blur. There are also AR stickers and many beautification filters.
Daylight shots look sharp with the right amount of details. The camera focus and exposure are great. While the ultra-wide-angle sensor is useful to capture a wider group of subjects, it lacks AutoFocus feature and is hence, best only for Landscape shots. When it comes to low-light shots, the camera performance is average. The images captured display a lot of noise and look grainy. We wouldn’t recommend using the ultra-wide lens for low-light shots.
As for the front cam, the 16MP snapper does produce impressive results. The images look sharp with accurate colours and subtle detailing, but that’s again true only for well-lit settings. In low-light environments, the front camera also struggles like the rear camera setup.