DxOMark specialists have already reached the new Samsung phablets and appreciated the capabilities of the cameras (both at once)
The main camera of the smartphone has four modules: 12MP sensor (aperture from f / 1.5 to f / 2.4), 12MP telephoto lens (f / 2.1), 16MP wide-angle module (f / 2.2) with a viewing angle of up to 123 degrees and an additional ToF camera.
For the photo she was given 118 points. This is a point less than the Huawei P30 Pro, but a point more than the Galaxy S10 5G.
The camera received 101 points for the possibility of shooting video, and this is the highest rating.
As a result, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has an average score of 113, and the smartphone becomes the new leader in the DxOMark rating, ahead of the Huawei P30 Pro and Galaxy S10 5G.
Experts rated the front-end at 99 points - and this is also the best result.
It turns out that both cameras in the smartphone are the best of all that is currently on the market.
Source: DxOMark 1, 2