After being released for almost a week, DxOMark has revealed the Samsung Galaxy Note10 + front camera and rear camera score of 5G, which can be returned to the throne again. The camera specification of the 5G model is the same as the normal version in all respects.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 + camera specification
- Quad lens rear camera
- 123-degree Ultrawide wide-angle lens, 16MP resolution (1.0µm pixel size), aperture f / 2.2
- 12MP wide-angle main lens (1.4µm pixel size), aperture f / 1.5 – 2.4 with OIS anti-shake system
- 12MP telephoto lens (1.0µm pixel size), f / 2.1 aperture, OIS vibration-proof system
- DepthVision lens
- 10-megapixel front camera (1.22µm pixel size), f / 2.2 aperture, Dual-pixel AF
In the Samsung Galaxy S10 +, there will be a different camera specification from the Samsung Galaxy S10 + 5G, but the back of the Note10 + series will use the same set of S10 + 5G, but have improved and developed the software until the score The shooting improved from 117 points to 118, the highest score now. The shooting of the video was improved from 100 points to 101 points.
Making the camera score after DxOMark of Note10 + is 113 points, surpassing Huawei P30 Pro and S10 + 5G with 112 points, becoming the number 1 right now.
It is interesting in the part of the front camera that has a specification because the lens on the screen is smaller in order to not obscure the eyes when using the screen. Causing the aperture to be narrowed from f / 1.9 to only f / 2.2, but in this model, Night Mode has been added for better shooting in low light conditions And also shooting 4K 30fps videos as well, resulting in a score that has improved from 97 points to 99 points, becoming # 1 in the front camera section.
The test of DxOMark make Note10 +Rated # 1 on both the camera and behind the camera now and then is a testament to the success of the development of photography from Samsung as well. It is also interesting that new smartphones such as the Huawei Mate 30, iPhone 11 or other models Can score back to overtake again?
For anyone who wants to read the full test Anyway, read it at the DxOMark website.