Samsung Galaxy Note10 + 5G, with its photographic compartment composed of three sensors plus a ToF type 3D system, beats for a point the first camera phone in the ranking on DxOMark: the device of the South Korean giant takes the crown off Huawei P30 Pro.
Galaxy Note10 + 5G according to DxOMark
A total score of 113, made by making the average value between the photo and video score, enough to beat the 112 of P30 Pro, but also of Galaxy S10 5G. In particular, on the photographs it reaches an excellent 118, which however is one point lower than the 119 of the Huawei flagship. in video however the difference is clear: the phablet with the pen reaches 101, 4 points more than the former first in the standings.
As soon as P30 Pro was announced, shortly after the line of Galaxy S10, it took little to understand that it was the best camera phone of the moment, but it seems that Samsung has succeeded in the enterprise of creating an even more powerful device, which also counts on the system 3D ToF. The detailed analysis of the photographic sector is available at this address, below the scheme of partial scores.
We remind you that Samsung Galaxy Note10 + has on board a photographic compartment composed of a main sensor from 12MP (with OIS and double focal aperture) flanked by a second wide-angle lens from 16MP and a third one from 12MP that offers shots with optical zoom (electronically stabilized). A completely, the ToF type 3D sensor. The device shares the photographic industry with Samsung Galaxy + Note10.