Samsung's new smartphone bags world's best-rated camera award on DxOMark
Samsung's new Galaxy Note10+ 5G has bumped Huawei's P30 Pro down the list of the world's best-rated smartphone cameras, claiming the number one spot on ranking site DxOMark for both its front and rear-facing cameras and video capability.
The DxOMark scale provides a ranking system to evaluate the image and video quality of smartphone cameras using a rigorous scientific protocol and industry-grade lab tools.
Unveiled last week, the Galaxy Note10+ 5G scored first place on the DxOMark Selfie scale for its front facing camera with a score of 99, and it also received first place, earning an overall mobile score of 113, for its rear camera.
Available in both 5G and standard configurations, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the South Korean manufacturer’s latest flagship “phablet,” and features a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with 1440 x 3040 (495 ppi) resolution.
It has four camera sensors: a standard 26mm primary camera, a 13mm ultra-wide camera, a 52mm tele-lens, and a dedicated Time of Flight (ToF) sensor for depth estimation in Portrait mode.
The primary camera uses a 12Mp sensor coupled to a variable-aperture f/1.5-2.4 lens with dual-pixel autofocus and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). The ultra-wide angle boasts a higher-resolution 16Mp sensor and a fixed-aperture f/2.2 lens. Finally the tele-camera comes with a 12Mp-resolution sensor and an f/2.1 aperture lens.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ 5G are available now. You can find out more at Samsung.