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Samsung Galaxy Note9: First Camera Samples

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We look at the first samples from the Samsung Galaxy Note9's dual rear camera and front facing camera in a variety of shooting situations!
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: First Camera Samples
Dual camera module and dual-tone LED flash!

Related: Samsung Galaxy Note9 Review - Nearest to Perfection so far!

The Note9 sports the same dual lens set up of 12MP (f/1.5/f/2.4) and 12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens that have Dual Pixel autofocus, Dual OIS, multi-frame with dual tone LED flash from the S9+.
8MP f/1.7 w/ AF
8MP f/1.7 w/ AF

The selfie camera on the other hand is a 8MP f/1.7 w/ AF, wide angle lens, and screen flash that is also carried over from the S9/S9+.

It now has what Samsung calls the more Intelligent camera with 20 different scene recognition capabilities. In our initial trials, it was able to detect food, people, animals, grass and trees and adjusts the color saturation and contrast to make the images better!

The Dual Pixel returns for the main camera and it is still the best smartphone autofocus system out there!

It has a Pro mode, HDR, panorama, and live focus modes.

Camera Samples

Daylight 1
Daylight 1
Daylight 2
Daylight 2
Daylight 3
Daylight 3
2x zoom
2x zoom
Indoor
Indoor
2x zoom
2x zoom
Daylight selfie portrait
Daylight selfie portrait
Indoor
Indoor
Lowlight
Lowlight
Screen flash
Screen flash
Sticker 1
Sticker 1
Sticker 2
Sticker 2
Sticker 3
Sticker 3
Sticker 3
Sticker 3

Out of the box, the detail from the image is superb! It processes the image with natural looking sharpness (meaning it isn't over-sharpened) while the color is vibrant without being super saturated and the contrast is deep from the images we've taken in both the main and the selfie camera.

The lowlight selfie has surprisingly good grain control which resulted retained details and less color cast in dim lighting conditions.

Samsung also added new AR features that work remarkably well at detecting faces. There are new ones aside from the ones present from the S9/S9+.

It detects when the subject does the finger heart and adds an animated heart on the fingers.

Unfortunately, we could only shoot low light selfies and we couldn't find a suitable subject to shoot in low light given that we only had a few hours with the Note9. We will be testing this once the review unit arrives!

Stay tuned for our full test soon.

Let's see!

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