GSMArena reported that today, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have been officially listed in more than 70 countries. To celebrate this important moment, the company released a new application. It is known as the 3D Scanner. The app uses a 3D ToF camera on the back of Note 10+ to scan and create real-world 3D models.
In addition, since the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy A80 also have ToF cameras, they should also support this application.
The 3D scanner app is now available for download at the Samsung Galaxy store, and Samsung recommends that you use this tool to shoot objects between 20 and 80 cm. Once you’ve created a 3D model, you can create a GIF from it and share directly with others. However, you can even use photos and videos taken with your phone’s camera and import them into the app to proceed.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, its 5G version is the best camera phone nowadays. It has surpassed all of its rivals and topped the DXoMark list.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G rear quad-camera specifications are as follows:
Main lens: 12MP, 1.4μm pixel size, 26mm (equivalent) variable aperture f/1.5-2.4 lens, dual pixel AF, OIS
Ultra wide-angle lens: 16MP, 1.0μm pixel size, 13mm (equivalent) f/2.2 aperture lens
Telephoto lens: 12MP, 1.0μm pixel size, 52mm (equivalent) f/2.1 aperture lens, PDAF, and OIS
4K video, 2160p / 60fps (default is 2160p / 30fps)
In the photo session, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G scored 118 points, slightly lower than the 119 points of the Huawei P30 Pro. But in terms of video, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G scores far ahead of other smartphones.