Check out these Samsung Galaxy Note10+ Camera Samples

Asides from having the biggest display screen size ever on a Samsung-branded device, the Galaxy Note 10+ also has one of the best camera setup you’ll find on a flagship smartphone in 2019. The 6.8-inch flagship phablet comes with a total of five (5) camera and in terms of picture quality, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is high up there with other flagships like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Huawei P30 Pro, iPhone XS Max, OnePlus 7 Pro, Pixel 3 XL, and Galaxy S10 Plus.

Galaxy Note 10+ camera samples

On the rear, the Galaxy Note 10+ primary camera setup consists of a 16MP Ultra-wide lens, a 12MP Wide-angle lens, 12MP Telephone lens, and a ToF DepthVision lens. The selfie camera is a 10MP lens embedded in the punch-hole with the display.

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Cameras are an integral part of a flagship smartphone in this current age and time, and this is why we pay attention to it. We’ve previously broken down the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, explain the cool features of the Huawei P30 Pro spectacular Spectrum Camera, and also shown fantastic images that the Penta-camera of the Nokia 9. This time, we’ve gathered some of the fantastic images captured by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ cameras on the web and social media. Check them out.

1. 16MP Ultra-wide lens

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2. 12MP Wide-angle lens

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3. 12MP Telephoto lens

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What do you think of these Galaxy Note 10+ camera samples? Do you think there are better flagship smartphones that can produce images of better quality? Would you buy the Galaxy Note 10+ because of its camera?

Image credits: TechRadar, GSMArena, Twitter.


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