DxOMark to release Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera review on October 5

After taking a break, DxOMark is back to releasing smartphone camera reviews. The camera review labs had said it will resume posting reviews in late October but surprised us with the camera review of the Vivo X50 Pro Plus on the first day of the tenth month. Now it has announced that the camera review for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is next.

According to a tweet by the official DxOMark account, the camera score and review for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be published on Monday, October 5. This is a very important review and it will be interesting to see if Samsung’s flagship phone can take the crown from the Mi 10 Ultra which currently sits at the top with a score of 130 points. At the moment, there is only one Samsung phone on the top 10 list and it is the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 108MP f/1.8 main camera with optical image stabilization. It also has a 12MP f/3.0 periscope telephoto camera with OIS 5x optical zoom, and 50x hybrid zoom. Samsung adds another 12MP sensor, this time with an ultrawide lens to complete the triple camera setup.

Do you think the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will score higher than the Mi 10 Ultra? Let us know in the comment box.



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