Samsung Electronics announced the receipt of the number one ranking on both front and rear cameras of their Galaxy Note10+ 5G phones, also including a top score for video. The phone was announced at last week's Unpacked event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, alongside the Note10+ and the Note10.
Scoring first place on the DxOMark selfie scale for its front camera with a score of 99—followed by Asus's ZenFone 6 and their own Galaxy S10 5G—it also received a top score of 113 for its rear cameras, beating the Huawei P30 Pro and S10 5G.
The Note10 and Note10+ are said to be equipped with prosumer-level video recording capabilities without the requirement of extra gear. "Featuring Live focus video and Zoom-In Mic to enhance and amplify video content, Note10 brings priority subjects – both images and audio – to the forefront. New Super steady stabilizes the footages – even during Hyperlapse mode," a spokesperson reported in a statement to the press.
DxOMark conducts its DxOMark Selfie and DxOMark Mobile tests following a scientific protocol using industry-grade lab tools. The score sums up their engineers’ assessment of a devices’ photo and video quality to provide consumers with neutral and reliable test data about smartphone camera performance. DxOMark assigns sub-scores for photo and video quality and then combines them into an overall score.