The Camera Specs of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus

The Galaxy Note10+ is crafted with thoughtful design, an advanced processor, a slender build, and a professional-quality camera setup. In fact, this camera setup is one of the best on the market today, existing as a serious rival to others. With Samsung’s release of the S20 this year, the Note10 family is no longer the frontrunners of Samsung. Despite this, the Note10+ and its camera are worth noting, as this phone has received praise throughout the Android community. Let’s take a look at the features of the Galaxy Note10+’s camera setup to see why this phone can be an excellent upgrade for you.

For Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and other platforms, the quality of the front camera matters. Luckily, the Galaxy Note10+ features a 10MP Selfie camera that can achieve studio-quality portraits like never before. It’s capable of Live focus, which uses the Bokeh effect to blur the background in shots for excellent cinematic depth of field. For instance, you can snap a photo of a friend at a restaurant, highlight them as your subject while the background is blurred. Even in the evening and night, the 10MP front camera has been upgraded for better low-light photos while Night Mode is in use. With the Galaxy Note10+ in hand, you’ll have higher quality selfies that will be social media ready with no filter needed.

The rear quad camera setup is where the Note10+ really shines. The 16MP Ultra-Wide camera allows you to capture large, panoramic size images with a 123-degree field of view. Below this, the 12MP wide-angle and 12MP Telephoto cameras allow you to zoom closely into your images while maintaining detail and clarity. The DepthVision is the fourth camera of the quad, which makes the Galaxy Note10+ a portable photographer’s studio. You’ll be able to get the dimension, lighting, colors, detail, and more all without a professional camera. Shoot video with Live Focus, blurring out backgrounds with four bokeh effects for cinematic depth of field. While shooting video, zoom in to take advantage of the Zoom-In Mic. This allows you to control the sound around you as if you were in a professional studio!

Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ cameras include dual OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), HDR10+ recording, Tracking AF, 10x digital zoom, and more. The Scene Optimizer helps enhance your subject, so the shot comes out perfect depending on what your subject is. With 30 modes to choose from, you simply select the right mode and snap the picture. These modes include the following: Face, Baby, Person, Dog, Cat, Food, People, Beaches, Sky, Mountain, Sunset, Sunrise, City, Snow, Waterfall, Watersides, Scenery, Stage, Vehicles, Drinks, Flowers, Trees, Greenery, Animal, Shoes, Backlit, Indoor, Text, Clothes, and Night view. So, if you’re taking a photo of your dog, select the Animal mode, and the cameras will adjust the lighting and shadows just right for your pup. Flaw Detection is another great feature, notifying you of errors like blurriness, red eye, blinking, and even a dirty lens. When a photo is flagged by the Note10+ as flawed, it will help you correct them to make your next attempt flawless.

Below are the detailed specifications of the Galaxy Note10’s cameras. Selfie Camera Features
  • Dual Pixel AF
  • Pixel size: 1.22μm
  • FOV: 80˚
  • F. No (aperture): F2.2
Rear Quad Cameras and Their Features
  1. 16MP Ultra Wide Camera
    • Pixel size: 1.0μm
    • FOV: 123˚
    • F. No (aperture): F2.2
  2. 12MP Wide-angle Camera
    • Super Speed Dual Pixel AF, OIS
    • Pixel size: 1.4μm
    • FOV: 77˚
    • Dual Aperture: F1.5 mode/F2.4 mode
  3. 12MP Telephoto Camera
  4. PDAF, OIS
  5. Pixel size: 1.0μm
  6. FOV: 45˚
  7. F. No (aperture): F2.1

Although the Galaxy Note10+ is not Samsung’s latest release, its camera setup remains one to take note of when upgrading phones or searching for an Android option with an incredible camera. When you choose a Note10+, keep these cameras fully protected with our high-quality cases that provide 360-degree protection.


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  • Anne

    Wow!


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