“Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G boasts of a new chipset and a wider aperture on tele-camera, improved algorithms and fine-tuning”
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G cameras have been rated the best on a smartphone by DxOMark and scored it 113 points, thereby surpassing Huawei P30 Pro. The selfie snapper is also ranked as the best with a score of 99. For still photos, DxOMark scored the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G a 118, just a point behind the Huawei P30 Pro. The exposures are claimed to be consistent and accurate across a range of lighting conditions. The flagship boasts a very wide dynamic range when capturing images in very bright or in high-contrast situations, where the highlights and shadow details are well preserved.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G provides 2x optical zoom that can retain very high details, low noise and excellent colour in close-range zoom shots. DxOMark claims that Samsung has also improved the bokeh simulation in the portrait mode with notably better texture on faces compared to the company’s previous flagship; the Galaxy S10 5G. The autofocus is fast and accurate, and the flash is effective as well. In terms of video, DxOMark gave the new handset 101 points, making it the best overall phone for video recording. The exposure levels are said to be accurate in almost all conditions, with fairly wide dynamic range.
DxOMark says that Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G boasts of a new chipset and a wider aperture on tele-camera, improved algorithms and fine-tuning, that further improved on the performance of previous high-end Samsung devices. The flagship is also claimed to be a solid all-rounder with impressive still image and video quality in most lighting conditions.