DxOMark has just released a review of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s camera quality and the results will probably surprise many people. Specifically, Samsung’s current most advanced flagship only scored 121 points in DxOMark’s review, even behind the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In reality, however, this is not a very low score. With an overall average score of 121, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is still in 10th place, ranking above some smartphones such as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition and Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max.
A bit about the configuration, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is equipped with a 3-camera system on the back, including a main sensor of 108MP f / 1.8, a 13MP f / 2.2 super wide-angle camera with a 120-degree viewing angle and a telephoto camera. potential 12MP f / 3.0, capable of 5x optical zoom and 50x hybrid zoom.
Speaking of photography, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera is rated by DxOMark as capable of taking pictures on par with the Galaxy S20 Ultra – vivid colors, fast autofocus and overall exposure are accurate.
Not only that, the telephoto camera of this phone is also capable of good telephoto zoom, high levels of detail even when taking pictures indoors and outdoors. In addition, the exposure and color capabilities are also appreciated, despite the appearance of false images and loss of quality in complex lighting environments.
DxOMark appreciates the wide-angle camera of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, although its field of view is not as wide as other smartphones like the Mi 10 Ultra. In particular, the device also offers impressive bokeh photography with a strong depth of field. However, in some cases it is not as good as the Galaxy S20 Ultra due to the lack of a ToF sensor.
In terms of video recording, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra scored 101. DxOMark said they tested in 4K 30fps and the quality is quite good, high contrast in low light (20 lux) and strong light (1000 lux). By comparison, videos shot with the Note 20 Ultra are darker than the S20 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra in low light simulated conditions (between 5 and 20 lux).
Readers can read more about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G camera quality assessment by DxOMark here!