It’s only been a few days since the announcement of the Galaxy Note10 series of phones. The series consists of the Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note10+, and the Galaxy Note10+ 5G. Now that the new phones have been announced, it’s not surprising to see the Note10+ 5G grab DxOMark’s top spot for front and rear cameras.
If you’re not familiar with DxOMark, they are a company that tests cameras for quality and they’ve been awarding scores to major smartphone brands for years. The company’s practices have come into question with some users trusting them 100% and others remaining skeptical of their processes.
Either way, the company’s scores still hold enough weight with smartphone makers that they make a big deal of it. The front and rear cameras on the Note 10+ 5G are most-likely Samsung’s best ever and it is no surprise that they would get recognized as such.
DxOMark graded the front and rear cameras of the Note10+ 5G with a 99 (front) and 113 (rear). This pushes the Note10+ 5G cameras into the top slot of the DxOMark ladder, for now. Here’s what Samsung had to say about the award:
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+are equipped to capture pro-grade video without requiring extra gear. Featuring Live focus video and Zoom-In Mic to enhance and amplify video content, Note10 brings priority subjects – both images and audio – to the forefront. New Super steady stabilizes the footages – even during Hyperlapse mode.
Galaxy Note10 users can also edit-on-the-go, without having to connect to their PC. The native video editor enables easy editing functionality right on the phone. With the S Pen, users can choose the precise moment they want to trim. Additional features, including Screen recorder, AR Doodle, 3D Scanner and Night Mode on the front-facing camera, round out an upgraded Galaxy Note10 camera experience that has resulted in this high accolade from DxOMark.
DxOMark – a trusted industry authority for camera, lens and smartphone image quality measurements and ratings – conducts its DxOMark Selfie and DxOMark Mobile tests following a rigorous scientific protocol using industry-grade lab tools. The score sums up their engineers’ assessment of a devices’ photo and video quality to provide consumers with neutral and reliable test data about smartphone camera performance. DxOMark assigns sub-scores for photo and video quality and then combines them into an overall score.Samsung
For more information about the DxOMark Selfie and DxOMark Mobile tests, you can visit their website.
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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.