Samsung Galaxy A10 is about to receive a newer, better sibling

Ceria Alfonso
Agosto 13, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Note+ has achieved the highest-ever DxOMark scores for both selfie and rear-facing smartphone cameras. The DxOMark score is created to provide consumers with neutral and reliable test data about smartphone camera performance. Additionally, that announcement continues, DxOMark assigns sub-scores for picture and video quality and then combines them into a general score.

Shown off by Samsung in a post on its Newsroom, the Galaxy A10s builds on numerous specs of the base Galaxy A10, and in fact seems incredibly similar to the Galaxy A20, which has also seen letter variants including the A20e.

This time around, as per Android Police, push notifications promoting the recently-announced Galaxy Note 10 have started popping up on Galaxy smartphones, with some users reporting that the ads are showing up on the months-old Galaxy S10 and S10e. The smartphone scored 113 points for rear camera setup as compared to Huawei's P30 Pro, which earned a score of 112 points.

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Galaxy Note 10+ 5G uses four sensors that include standard 26mm main camera, 13mm ultra-wide camera, 52mm telephoto lens and dedicated time-of-flight (ToF) sensor. At the front, the Note 10 Plus 5G houses a 10-megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture. Alongside, the device shoot 4K video recording at 30 frames per seconds (fps) in default mode and support up to 60fps.

As you can see for yourself, the Galaxy Note 10 easily outscores the other two handsets in spite of sporting the same kind of storage. Do let us know via the comments section.

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