Image result for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Beats Galaxy S9+According to the review, the phablet has been awarded an overall rating of 103, position it above the Galaxy S9+. To remember, Samsung had launched its latest flagship last month and it’s also readily available for purchaseat India. Meanwhile, folks at DxOMark have managed to check that the Galaxy Notice 9’s camera performance to reveal pros and cons about the latest Samsung flagship in terms of optics. The overall score of the Galaxy Note 9 surpassed the marks DxOMark Image Labs gave to the Galaxy S9+ and shared the second place with the HTC U12+.
In accordance with the result of DxOMark’s benchmark tests, the Galaxy Note 9 received a photo score of 107 from the DxOMark team, although its video recording capabilities have got a rating of 94. To put this in perspective, overall DxOMark ranking pioneer Huawei P20 Pro got 114 and 98 respectively. Meanwhile, tied with Galaxy Note 9 in the second location, the HTC U12+ got a photo score of 106 and video score of 95. Meanwhile, the Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ got 104 and 91 respectively.

Photo rating of almost any smartphone on DxOMark is calculated by blending various sub-scores across groups like Exposure and Contrast, Color, Autofocus, Texture, Noise, Artifacts, Flash, Zoom, and Bokeh. The DxOMark review says that the Galaxy Notice 9’s camera is a”strong performer” for still pictures. It added that the camera’s autofocus performance is”excellent” and it felt high for balancing detail retention and sound reduction, zoom quality, and sensible Bokeh consequences.

The folks at DxOMark claim that the Galaxy Note 9 camera’s performance in bright light is”among the best we have tested.” The vulnerability seems to be good, and dynamic range was stated to be”among the widest we’ve seen”. Additionally, images are reportedly bright and vivid with largely accurate white balance and good color rendering. There appears to be good sound reduction that has a fantastic balance between noise and texture. However, the inspection claims however, the camera has a tendency to smooth nice details a little more than some competitions.

Meanwhile, the camera at the Galaxy Notice 9 and its own x2 zoom factor work well for long shots, the DxD0Mark tests show. Additionally, zoom pictures show good levels of detail, primarily due to optical image stabilisation.

On the video recording front, the DxOMark team states that the Galaxy Notice 9 performs nicely and its own strengths include stabilisation and the smartphone’s capability to keep”artifacts and noise in check.” Additionally, autofocus is said to be the”real highlight”, as the camera reacts fast to changing light conditions. The review states that the colors are vivid and bright and video exposure is usually accurate. Very similar to still images, the movies are said to have generally good exposure precision, with rapid adaption to changing light conditions. While the movies showed good detail and very low sound levels, there were”some luminance and chroma noise visible in low-light scenes,” noted DxOMark from the critique.