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The best camera of 2019 according to Marques Brownlee is the Note10 +

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According to the objective analysis and based on DxOMark numbers, the best mobile camera of 2019 is that of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G. Very closely follow the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 in that same ranking. However, when we go to the actual use of the cameras and take into account subjective appreciation of people, the ranking of mobile phones with better camera changes completely.

This has been shown by the popular YouTube Marques Brownlee, a specialist in technology content, who has done a blind mobile camera test for the second year in a row. This test consists of showing photos to people taken by different phones to choose the best one. Respondents are not told which mobile phones are being tested, so Your appreciation is not influenced by the brand of your choice or the opinion of experts. Know the results of this year's test below.

The best mobile camera of 2019 is the Galaxy Note 10+

This year Marques Brownlee has tested a total of 16 phones; some mid-range and most high-end. They were paired as a tournament and then published on Twitter and Instagram the photos taken by each of the phones faced so that people decided which photo is better. Thus, the mobile that received fewer votes was eliminated and its rival passed to the next round.

The test had a massive participation with more than 6 million votes, so its results reflect very well the taste of the general population. Without further ado, here are the final results:

  • Winner: Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
  • Second place: Samsung Galaxy S10e.
  • Defeated in:
    • Third round: Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Google Pixel 4.
    • Second round: Asus Zenfone 6, OnePlus 7T Pro, Redmi K20 Pro and Google Pixel 3a.
    • First round: Huawei P30 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro, Sony Xperia 1, Xiaomi Mi Note 10, LG G8X, Royale Flexpai, Asus ROG Phone 2 and OnePlus 7T.

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The surprises of Marques Brownlee's camera test

When the model and brand of mobile phones are not taken into account, people's choice is at least curious. And in this test they fell in the first round mobiles with cameras praised by users and critics, as is the case of the iPhone 11 Pro that I lost to the OnePlus 7T Pro or the Huawei P30 Pro that fell to the Redmi K20 Pro (Mi 9T Pro).

It also impresses the victory of the Samsung Galaxy S10e against the quntuple camera of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and before the sophisticated camera of Google Pixel 4. It is also surprising that this S10e was about to defeat the Galaxy Note 10+. In any case, the combination of sensors in the cameras of the Galaxy Note 10+ and the Galaxy S10e is practically the same, so it is not surprising that these two phones have reached the final.

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The kind of photos that people prefer

As seen in this test, for people the main thing is that the photos have a good lighting that highlights the colors of the scene. Even the level of detail, the dynamic range or any other aspect is not very interesting if the lighting of the photo does not attract attention.

Similarly, effects such as bokeh or portrait mode that blur certain aspects of the scene do not interest people either. The photos that got the most votes were the ones that focused the most objects, Even if it looks like a lie. For things like this, some phones lost against clearly superior rivals.

And you… How do you like photographs?

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