This summer Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. The devices are the best you can find on the Android market, although the “normal” Note 20 makes almost unforgivable commitments for a device that costs close to 1000 € (for example, a plastic rear).
In the photography segment, I tested both equipment and liked the results and versatility they revealed. The Galaxy Note 20 has now been tested by the DxOMArk team, and it disappoints greatly compared to competitors in the market.
As you can see above, the Galaxy Note 20 achieved an overall score of 120 points. There were 123 points in photography, 74 in zoom and 105 in video. What ends up placing it well below the leaders of the list, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro with 136 points or the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with 133 points.
The Note 20 will also be a solid option, and although it has some cuts, it ends up achieving a score similar to the ultra model. With a 12MP main camera, 12MP wide angle and 64MP telephoto, the results are satisfactory for the price.
It has good dynamic range in outdoor photography, and good detail in zoomed photography. The field of view of the wide angle is excellent, there is a good exposure of faces in portraits at night and the videos have good stabilization.
On the negative, the textures in zoom medium and long are low, and there is low exposure in landscapes at night. The video has exposure instabilities on the street, and the autofocus fails on video where the light is challenging. As always, DxOMark tests should be seen as just another barometer when evaluating the cameras of a smartphone.
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