The Galaxy Note 10+ is creating much hype lately, and DxOMark took notice. Samsung’s 2019 flagship was reviewed by the guys over at DxOMark, and the 5G version got an overall mobile score of 113 and selfie score of 99, making it the new king of DxOMark for both categories. Falling in second place for the mobile category is Huawei’s P30 Pro while ASUS’ ZenFone 6 takes the second spot for the selfie category.
Breaking down the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G’s score in the selfie category, it scored 103 for photos, with DxOMark commending its broad dynamic range and good exposure on the face even in low light situations. DxOMark adds that the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G produces great selfies even with flash enabled. The same can be said for videos, with the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G gaining an edge for being able to shoot selfie videos in 4K by default.
For the mobile category, the Galaxy Note 10+ scored an incredible 118 for photo, which is a point lower than the P30 Pro. Even if it is a point behind, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G’s wide dynamic range and consistent exposure in almost all lighting conditions make it one of the best mobile shooters out there.
However, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G trumps over the P30 Pro in videos. Scoring 101, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the best-performing device for video DxOMark tested so far, citing its accurate video exposure and wide dynamic range in almost all lighting conditions.