Leading smartphone makers continue to strive for top spot on the quality of their cameras, in which case Samsung and Huawei continue to clash with their high-end models. Take a look at the table of the 10 top-rated smartphones on the reputable DxOMark benchmark, the top eight are split among manufacturers (except for OnePlus 7 Pro in fifth), ranking ninth for the Xiaomi Mi 9, and tenth and last for the iPhone XS Max.
What is certain is that the newly introduced Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, which will hit stores in the last week of August, but that SAPO TEK has had a chance to try it, is already the leader of the DxOMark table. The smartphone received 113 points overall average in the tool, thus surpassing the Huawei P30 Pro, so far first with 112 points.
When the individual results were unwrapped, Samsung's new device scored 118 points for photography, 99 points for selfie sensor quality, and finally 101 points for video quality. It should be noted, however, that when it comes to photography, the Huawei P30 is still the best, even if only one point apart (119), but the selfie one had 97 points, putting it two points apart. of difference.
DxOMark highlights the excellent results achieved through consistent and assertive exposures over different lighting conditions. Samsung's smartphone was still very interesting in capturing dynamic range images in brightly lit places with high contrasts, preserving the details of the shadows.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G has four sensors (one selfie and three rear), the 12 MP primary, a 16 MP ultra-wide angle and a 12 MP telephoto. The selfie camera has a 10 MP sensor. Both support 4K video recording at 60 FPS with the rear sensors and 30 FPS with the front camera.