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DxOmark updates smartphone camera scores to include Night and ultra-wide, Note 10+ 5G slays

DxOMark, which provides image quality ratings, announced it updated its smartphone camera quality testing process with two new scores. 
DxOMark adds wide-angle, night scores to its test

Updated scores

DxOMark has added low-light modes and Wide for ultra-wide lenses in response to manufacturers' move to equip newer smartphones with upgraded camera systems. 

Testing the Night score of devices, DxOMark shots low-light scenes, including cityscapes and portraits, with their flash set at on, off, and auto. 
Test shots for Night score

For the ultra-wide-angle test, meanwhile, DxOMark's test scenes include landscapes, cityscapes, group portraits, architecture, interiors, and wide-angle close-ups. 
Ultra-wide-angle image quality challenges

Just like its usual image quality assessment, DxOMark analyses the photo's exposure, color, texture, noise, artifacts, and autofocus performance. 
Screengrab from DxOMark website

With the new scores, DxOMark also updated its reviews database, where Samsung's Galaxy Note 10+ 5G remained to be the top smartphone with 117 points, or 4 points higher than its previous one. 

Updated scores
Updated scores

It was followed by Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Huawei P30 Pro, with both clinching the second rank. 

Honor 20 Pro, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and Xiaomi Mi 9 are all included in the top five. 

For the Night score alone, Samsung's Galaxy S10+ 5G and Galaxy S10 5G, and Huawei P30 Pro were tied in the first spot with 59 points. The Galaxy S10+ 5G also won in the wide-angle score with 42 points. 

Sources: GSMArena, DxOMark
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