• 02:18 Nov 16, 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Camera Test

By: The Mobile Indian network, New Delhi Last updated : Tuesday, August, 20 2019

Samsung has finally launched its next-generation of Galaxy Note smartphones with the launch of Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The latest Gaalxy Note 10+ comes loaded with some interesting camera hardware. But, can it make a difference? Let's find out.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Macro, Daylight

1/ 16

The phone died a good job when it comes to take macro shots. The phone was fast to lock focus and it rightly handled the background lights. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Normal, Low Light

2/ 16

In this image, the phone does a good job in capturing the details, though it could have a bit brighter. Apart from this, the noise suppression is good as you notice minimal noise. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Wide Angle, Low Light

3/ 16

The phone captured a wider area, though we noticed some barrel distortion at the edges. However, the photo came out to be good as well, though noises were slightly visible. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Telephoto, Low Light

4/ 16

The phone does a good job in capturing the image using Telephoto lens. The image came out to be well-detailed and the brightness was too the point. Overall, the phone does a good job in Telephoto mode. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Live Focus, Low Light

5/ 16

The Live focus mode in the Galaxy Note 10+ works fine in the low light scenario. The subject was focused good and the background blurr looked natural. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Close Up, daylight

6/ 16

In daylight condition, the phone once again does a good job as the photo came out to be crispy and the colours were close to the source. The background was blurred out naturally and it handle backlight pretty effectively. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Landscape, Low Light

7/ 16

The photo came out be bit grainy in nature. The colour reproduction was good, though detailing could have been better. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Macro, Daylight

8/ 16

Once again, the Galaxy Note 10+ does a good job in capturing the macro shot. One can clearly see the water droplets on the window, while the background is clearly visible. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Wide Angle, Low Light

9/ 16

We noticed some barrely distortion issue with the wide-angle lens and the colours were slightly overstated in this image. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Normal, Low Light

10/ 16

The phone clicked a good photo as the colours were close to the source. However, when you zoom in to the image, you notice that the detailing is not that great in this photo. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Front Camera, Indoor

11/ 16

The Galaxy Note 10+ captured good selfie in indoor conditions. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Normal, Low Light

12/ 16

The phone does a good job in capturing this image. The photo came out to be well-detailed and colours were close to the source. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Landscape, Normal, Daylight

13/ 16

In broad daylight condition, the phone does a excellent job in capturing the details and colours are quite to the source. The dynamic range is decent as well. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Landscape, Wide Angle, Daylight

14/ 16

In wide angle mode, the phone does a good job when the light is good.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Close Up, Night mode

15/ 16

in low, the phone adds some brightness, though you need to be quite firm to hold as a slight shake can spoil the image. Same is the case with this image. Although colours are natural, but the photo came out to be a bit blurred.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rear Camera, Close Up, Low light

16/ 16

The phone does a good job here as well, though brightnes could have a bit better. Apart from this, the noises are not prominently visible and overall image looks decent. 

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