In early October, DxOMark shared a camera review for the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G that scored 120 points. Now a review of the Exynos version of the Galaxy Note20 has been released.
DxOMark Camera Report: The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Not Really Impressive
The cameras of these smartphones are different, but they showed the same final result. The Galaxy Note20 also scored 120, in which we have 123 for photo quality and 105 for video quality, while Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G scored 122 and 106 points, respectively.
The review praises exposure and color reproduction both indoors and outdoors. Despite the lack of a laser sensor, autofocus was found to be quite accurate. Its ultra-wide-angle camera also outperforms some of the competition with a wide viewing angle, excellent exposure and color reproduction.
Issues such as noise and low-light sharpness are mentioned. When it comes to video recording, the smartphone has accurate exposure and color reproduction. As with taking a photo, autofocus is fast during recording.
DxOMark stated that the Galaxy Note20 is a good choice for anyone who doesn’t want to buy the older version of the lineup.
- Wide dynamic range in outdoor photos
- Good detail in close-range zoom photos
- Excellent field of view on ultra-wide camera
- Nice face exposure in night portraits using flash
- Effective stabilization in outdoor videos
- Color casts in indoor photos
- Low texture in medium- and long-range zoom photos
- Low exposure in nightscapes
- Exposure instabilities in outdoor videos
- Autofocus tracking failures in videos with challenging lighting