Header Ads

OPPO ad

Samsung Galaxy Note9 scored 103 points at DxOMark!

P20 leaderboard
According to DxOMark, the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 now has the second highest rated mobile camera in the world.
A monster camera phone!

The Note9 features the same camera setup found on the Galaxy S9+. It include the 12MP (f/1.5/f/2.4) and 12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens with Dual Pixel autofocus and Dual OIS technology.
The photo and video scores of the Note9
The photo and video scores of the Note9

But, the Note9 got a higher total score of 103 points (107 photo and 94 video scores) versus the 99 points of the S9+. Most likely, Samsung fine-tuned the camera system of the S9+ for the Note9.

The 103 points scored by the latest flagship of Samsung is tied with the the total score of the U12+ by HTC. But, it has a slightly higher photo score of 107 points compared with the 106 points of the HTC device.

The photo and video scores of the Note9 is tied with the P20. But interestingly, the P20 has a slightly lower total score of 102 points.

The Huawei P20 Pro with a total of 109 points is still the undisputed king of DxOMark though.

According to DxOMark, the Note9 is one of the best performers in their mobile rankings.

The dual camera in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the best performers in our Mobile rankings. It offer a well-balanced mix for both stills and videos, and delivers very good image quality across a wide range of lighting conditions. Areas in which the Note 9 improves over the company’s Galaxy S9 Plus include autofocus consistency and tracking reliability; more efficient image stabilization; good zoom capabilities; and a realistic bokeh simulation mode. Crucially, images from the Note 9 display good detail retention with low noise levels - one of the cornerstones of image quality upon which so many other features depend. Photo-oriented users will appreciate all this, of course; and with its AI features, large screen, and included S-Pen, the Note 9 is a genuinely compelling choice in a somewhat crowded market.

What do you guys think?

Source: DxOMark
Powered by Blogger.
close
gizguide