On the afternoon of May 1, DxOMark released the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip rating, the first folding phone tested by DxOMark. Its overall score is 105 points, the camera part score is 109 points, the video shooting part score is 96 points. On the DxOMark rankings, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is between the iPhone XS Max and the Asus ZenFone 6, less than the P20 Pro, iPhone 11, Xiaomi 9 and others.
It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip uses a dual camera program, including 12 million main camera and 12 million ultra-wide angle, of which the main camera size of 1/2.55 inches, aperture f/1.8, support OIS optical stabilization, full-pixel double-check focus, support 4K 60fps video recording.
DxOMark points out that the folding screen design is a big point of view for Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip, and although the Galaxy Z Flip is selling at a higher price, its image system can’t match the competition for the same price segment, and its overall strength is less than that of the Samsung S20 Ultra at the same price point.
The Galaxy Z Flip’s main camera captures pleasing samples with a high dynamic range and good noise control. However, its ultra-wide-angle lens will appear when shooting some artifacts, but the overall performance is better.
In terms of video shooting, the Galaxy Z Flip’s dynamic range performance is poor, and more noise and artifacts make its video shooting performance not good enough.
In conclusion, samsung Galaxy Z Flip’s folding screen is the highlight of the machine, if you are not rushing to the folding screen, then the same price segment of other phones will have a better image performance, more worthy of your consideration.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip looks like a night view
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Night View (No Flash On)