The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ was recently launched in India along with the Galaxy Note 10. With the Galaxy Note 10+ being the current flagship in Samsung's lineup, the company has given it the best hardware it has.
This phone sports a triple camera setup at the back along with an additional DepthVision3D sensor. We put our cameras on the new Samsung flagship to find out more about the newest release in the mobile market.
Specifications and software Samsung has picked top-of-the-line hardware for its Galaxy Note 10+ smartphone and has left no stone unturned when it comes to the cameras.
The primary rear camera has a 12-megapixel sensor, a variable aperture (f/1.5-f/2.4), a 1.4-micron pixel size, Super Speed Dual Pixel AutoFocus, and even optical image stabilization (OIS).
The secondary camera is a 16-megapixel one with an ultra-wide-angle lens, an f/2.2
aperture, and a 123-degree field of view.Been there, done that Samsung has stuck with its tried and tested camera app.
The layout is similar to what we have seen on the Galaxy S10 series of devices, but now also has stylus integration. You can control the camera using the SPen stylus via Air Actions gestures.
You can switch between the different camera modes by pressing the button on the S Pen and executing a gesture. You can also take pictures, switch between the rear and the selfie cameras, and zoom in or zoom out. While it is interesting, performing the same actions by interacting with the display is a lot quicker.
The ability to detect anything and everything super quick to lock focus, and the scene optimizer set the camera correctly for whatever we were shooting, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ camera is almost real-time.
Daylight samples had excellent
dynamic range and the phone enables HDR effectively when the need arises. Objects at a distance were recognizable, as the primary sensor, does an excellent job at reproducing detail.