Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s camera performance has now listed on DxOMark website, performing several tests on the indoor and outdoor environment including the subtests that examine details such as exposure, contrast, color accuracy, autofocus, texture, noise, artifacts, and more to get the best out of Note 9’s cameras.
According to DxOMark, The Galaxy Note 9 has excellent autofocus, balancing detail retention, noise reduction, zoom quality, and realistic bokeh effects. Exposure and dynamic range are very good that deliver high-contrast scenes with deep shadows and very bright highlights including bright, vivid and colorful rendering.
Check the DxOMark’s exposure and contrast test below.
Note 9 – Left, P20 Pro – middle, S9 Plus – Right.
For the video performance, the Note 9 received 94 points, highlighting amazing Image Stabilization, noise control, impressive Autofocus, good light level detection, high quality, and scene track.
The site also noted some of the cons about the camera performance that happens occasionally, such as Exposure inaccuracies, loss of sharpness and detail in low-light conditions.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s overall score is 103 points on DxOMark mobile list, surpassing the Galaxy S9 Plus (99 points) but tied with HTC U12+ for the second spot and still 6 points behind from Huawei P20 Pro.
This camera review could not be the same as Galaxy Note 9’s consumers feel and not matches every.