But one interesting tidbit revealed in DxOMark’s review is that the Note 8, which is the Korean tech giant’s first foray into dual-camera phones, notched a score of 100 in the photo department. It’s the first handset to have received that rating, thanks to its excellent zoom quality, good noise reduction and detail preservation, and fast and accurate auto-focus. By comparison, the iPhone 8 Plus attained 96 points.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 notched a score of 100 in the photo department, the first phone to have received that rating. The sub-criteria that pulled it down is video, where it rated only 84.
The sub-criteria that pulled the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 down is video, where it rated only 84. To put things into perspective, Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, Google’s Pixel, and HTC’s U11 got 90, 89, 91, and 89, respectively.
However, DxOMark said that the Note 8 is still a capable device for video, courtesy of the following key strengths: good exposure with fast convergence, fast and stable auto-focus, and good noise reduction, white balance, and color rendering. Read its full review here.
Via Android Central
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