Samsung announced today that its Galaxy Note10+ 5G, which was revealed last week, received the highest DxOMark rating for camera tests. The Galaxy Note10+ 5G scored an overall 113 points for the rear cameras and 99 points for its front-facing selfie cameras, crowning it the new leader of the DxOMark rankings, one point ahead of both its younger sibling, the Galaxy S10 5G, and the Huawei P30 Pro.
The Galaxy Note10+ 5G scored a 118 and a 101 with its main shooters on the photography and videography departments, respectively. Resulting in a weighted sum of 113 for the rear cameras. The overview of these results is as follows:
The smartphone secured 99 points for its front-facing selfie camera with the breakdown of 103 for photography and 93 for videography. The overview of these results is as follows:
The DxOMark test is designed to provide a mechanical way to compare and evaluate the performance of smartphone cameras in a wide variety of situations. While the jury is still divided on whether putting a number on a camera's performance means anything substantial for the average customer, nevertheless, the DXoMark results for a smartphone are always a talking point once they are released.