Specialists of the specialized publication DxOMark rated the camera of the new flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. During testing, specialists traditionally shoot and evaluate more than 1,500 test images, as well as videos lasting more than 2 hours.
Photos and videos are recorded both in a controlled laboratory environment, and indoors and outdoors, while the camera settings are used by default.
Assessment of the photo by the main camera
The DxOMark score of the main camera of the smartphone is 118 points. So Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is in second place behind the Huawei P30 Pro. Exposures are consistent and accurate in various lighting conditions.
The new flagship also boasts a very wide dynamic range when shooting images in very bright or high contrast conditions, where detail in light and dark areas is well preserved.
In most conditions tested, a neutral white balance, accurate visualization and a high level of saturation are maintained. Also worth noting is the accurate and reliable autofocus system and effective flash module.
Selfie photo rating
For the quality of selfie Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G scored 99 points, which made the gadget a leader in the DxOMark rating for front cameras.
Images shot with the front camera are characterized by accurate exposure, good detail even in low light conditions, and excellent color reproduction. The automatic white balance system also provides good results in bright lighting and indoors.
As DxOMark noted, selfie camera photography mode Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G does not have any real flaws and provides good image results in almost any situation.
DxOMark experts rated the quality of video shooting at 101 points. In many ways, the quality of shooting in Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is very similar to the S10 5G, but the new model records 4K video by default, greatly improving picture detail.
Also worth noting is a good exposure and fast autofocus. As shortcomings, experts call the "excesses" with white balance.
Overall rating Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G was 113 points. Thanks to hardware advances such as a new chipset and a wider aperture on the camera, improved algorithms and fine-tuning, the new flagship of the South Korean manufacturer has become the best camera phone in the DxOMark database to date.