October 28, 2020


DxOMark Scores Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s Camera

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has been putting through DxOMark’s camera testing, and the company is managing to achieve a good total score of 121 points for the camera features in the galaxy note 20 ultras. This is one point less than the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and sits in line with the likes of Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition and the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. DXOMARK especially extols its wide and ultra-wide-angle performance. It is reported that the smartphone will have numerous camera key strengths including rich color rendering, rapid autofocusing, and usually precise exposure.

DxOMark has given a photo score of 130 and 101 to the video score; to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G. The score is lower than S20 Ultra which gained a score of 132 points in phot and 102 points in photo. The camera also boasts excellent exposure and color with just negligible noise and artifacts noticeable. Though, DxOMark established that in medium-range zoom shots there is varying texture plus there is a loss of feature. The Galaxy Note 20 is much-admired for its quality and the night mode makes sure that decent exposure and pleasant color are taken even in very low light circumstances. However, evident noise is noticed in a very low light condition.

 

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Color interpretation is distinguished to be an asset of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera. The scientifically assessing website has noted that colors are bright and pleasing in the majority of the tested conditions that have high levels of saturation as well. The color on the Note 20 Ultra 5G is more vivacious as compared to the apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max, but it is similar to the Redmi’s Mi 10 Ultra, greens and blues are a little bit more affluent on the Samsung device.

It is well-known that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s stabilization system has been somewhat enhanced, with particularly steady results for motionless handheld videos. As mentioned, DxOMark praises its rapid autofocus reaction but there was a lot of unpredictability observed when concentrating on backlit indoor portraits, where the device inclined to lock onto the background rather than the subject. people can read the full review that is posted on its website.