The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has just launched and a key feature for Samsung’s new flagship handset is its quad-camera setup. But how does it hold up to the photo-snapping king that is the Huawei P30 Pro? We compare the best (and most pricey) that Samsung and Huawei have to offer.  The P30 Pro is the current occupant of the top slot for versatility in our best camera phones roundup but in terms of the sheer number of sensors at play, its four-camera array is trumped by the Note 10 Plus’ five. The new Note has twice the number of rear cameras as that of its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9. It comes with a quad sensor setup on the rear of the smartphone, combining a 16-megapixel ultra-wide sensor with an f/2.2 aperture, a 12-megapixel regular wide-angle camera with a variable f/1.5 to f/2.4 aperture, a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor with an f/2.1 aperture and a VGA ‘DepthVision’ camera with a super-wide f/1.4 aperture. The regular wide-angle camera and the telephoto lens both come with optical image stabilisation (OIS) – always a bonus for shaky hands, especially when your shot requires a lot of zooming in. The P30 Pro, on the other hand, comes kitted out with three...