In terms of specs, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers a quad-camera setup on the back comprising a primary sensor of 12-megapixel with f/1.5-2.4 variable aperture, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor with f/2.2 aperture, 12-megapixel telephoto sensor with OIS with f/2.1 aperture and a VGA "DepthVision" sensor. It also set a record for very high image contrast accuracy and intensity scale accuracy that, again, is visually indistinguishable from flawless, and was 25 percent brighter (at 1,308 nits) than the Galaxy Note 9 before it. Notably, even though DxOMark put to test the 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, the camera specifications remain the same as the non-5G variant.
DisplayMate isn't the only one lavishing praise on the Galaxy Note 10+ today, as DxOMark has also awarded the phone first-place rankings for selfie cameras, rear cameras, and video. Additionally, it received a selfie score of 99.
DxOMark however noted that the phone's cameras do sometimes oversaturate color and feature noise in dark areas in both indoor and outdoor shots while when shooting video the users might encounter occasional loss of texture in low light alongside some added noise. The front snapper is rated at 10MP.
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