According to reports, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is ranked 10th in DxOMark’s list of the best mobile cameras, with an overall score of 121 points. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a photo score of 130 points and a video of 101 points.
One of the weaknesses of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, according to DxOMark, is performance autofocus which is less than optimal in low lighting conditions (low-light).
Meanwhile, for zoom performance, the resulting image is considered less sharp and has poor color detail as compiled KompasTekno from GSM Arena, Wednesday (7/10/2020).
Apart from these shortcomings, the overall shots of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are considered quite good. The color quality displayed is also said to be close to the original and has minimal noise.
Shooting with mode bokeh and night mode also claimed to produce exposure good and sharp colors even in low light conditions.
For lens performance wide and ultra wide, DxOMARK noting that the displayed image results have accurate exposure, autofocus worked to its full potential, and almost matched the shot from the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Color rendering recorded as the strength of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera. According to DXOMark, the resulting bright colors have a high level of saturation.
“In outdoor conditions, the colors on the Note 20 Ultra camera are brighter compared to the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Although similar to the Mi 10 Ultra, green and blue colors are slightly more common on Samsung devices,” wrote DxOMark.
Then, how to record video? With a score of 101 points, video recording with 4K resolution (30fps), the performance of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is still considered less reliable than that flagship others such as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
DxOMark says that the video stabilizer feature is sometimes less effective when the cellphone is used to record objects in low lighting conditions.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra itself is equipped with three rear cameras consisting of a camera wide angle 108 MP (f / 1.8), kamera telephoto 12 MP (f / 3.0), and camera ultra wide 12 MP (f / 2.2). The difference from the “regular” Note 20, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is equipped with a Laser AF sensor.
To see a complete DxOMark version of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera review, please visit the following link.