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DxOMark: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip got a camera score of 105 points

DxOMark has just published the camera score of Samsung's newest foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip.
DxOMark: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip got a camera score of 105 points
This is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Not bad for a dual-cam module

Despite not having a lot of cameras, the Samsung flip phone achieved an impressive score. It got a Photo score of 109 points and a Video score of 96 points for an average score of 105 points.
105 total score
105 total score

In comparison, the Galaxy Z Flip is just a bit below the Apple iPhone XS Max with 106 points. It is even ahead of the ASUS ZenFone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note9 with 104 and 103 total points, respectively.

But obviously, it is lower than the similarly priced flagships with over 120 points like the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

To recall, this device features a 12MP f/1.8 primary camera with Dual Pixel and OIS. It is paired with a 12MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra-wide-angle camera.

DxOMark noted that it has a fairly wide dynamic range under all conditions with good color rendering and white balance. But, details are sometimes low and autofocus is slow. For videos, it has vivid and pleasant colors with fast focus and effective stabilization. But, the dynamic range is limited.

When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the star of the show is that folding screen, and your take on the phone’s premium price tag is more about what that feature means to you than anything else. The Flip’s imaging system is far from an afterthought, but it doesn’t really compete with the best available cameras in other phones in its lofty price bracket (including Samsung’s other flagship devices).

DxOMark has yet to reveal the selfie score of its 10MP f/2.4 front camera.

DxOMark: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's selfie cam disappoints

Source: DxOMark
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