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The Galaxy Note+ scored 113 points overall, compared to 112 for the Huawei P30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10.

The flawless calibration and display accuracy have earned the Galaxy Note 10+ the highest-ever Display Performance Grade of A+.

If you already think there's a dizzying number of Galaxy phones to keep track of, Samsung just added more to the pile. It's worth reading through in its entirety when you have the time, but the key takeaway is that the Galaxy Note 10+'s OLED display has either broken or met 13 different smartphone display performance records. Additionally, it received a selfie score of 99. For the uninitiated, the Asus Zenfone has a score of 89 on the DxOMark.

DisplayMate isn't the only one lavishing praise on the Galaxy Note 10+ today, as DxOMark has also awarded the phone first-place rankings for selfie cameras, rear cameras, and video. Additionally, that announcement continues, DxOMark assigns sub-scores for picture and video quality and then combines them into a general score. On the downside it notes that the handset has some oversaturated color and occasional white balance casts, occasional noise in dark areas in indoor and outdoor shots and loss of fine detail in long-range zoom shots. Galaxy Note 10+'s 5G variant has the best camera, as for now at least, according to DxOMark.

The camera setup on the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 features a 12-megapixel primary sensor with f/1.5-2.4 variable-aperture, 12-megapixel telephoto lens, 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens, along with a ToF sensor.