Today, DXOMARK announced the Samsung Galaxy S20 + camera score – 118 points, ranking tenth. DXOMARK said that the Samsung S20+ is a smartphone with the outstanding camera performance. In many ways, its image quality is comparable to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In the DXOMARK camera ranking, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ ranked tenth with 118 points, which is 4 points away from the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
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The Samsung Galaxy S20+ scored 127 points for taking pictures and 100 points for videos. In contrast, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra scored 132 points for photos and 102 points for videos.
What Does DXOMARK Say About The Samsung Galaxy S20+?
If you are looking for a high-end camera phone produced by an incumbent manufacturer and at a lower price than a high-end flagship device, then the Samsung Galaxy S20+ will definitely meet these requirements. The S20+’s quad-camera configuration includes dedicated wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, zoom, and bokeh sensors. And in many ways, its image quality is comparable to the more expensive Samsung S20 Ultra. The S20+’s ultra-wide-angle and bokeh sensors are particularly impressive, with excellent exposure and color in almost all lighting conditions. Autofocus is accurate and reliable. Although it is somewhat over-sharpened, the details are still quite good.
That is to say, compared with the advanced processing technology widely used in high-end smartphones, the 12-megapixel standard sensor installed in the S20+ is slightly inferior in terms of noise or texture. The S20+’s zoom lens is also quite special. The high-resolution sensor allows the Samsung Galaxy S20+ to double record 8K video. If your movie requires that high resolution, this is a big advantage. However, when shooting static zoom photos, the S20+ cannot be compared with a telephoto lens model.