DxOMark Image Labs has completed its review of the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra, released way back in February, and given it an overall score of 75. That's not a lot and puts the Xperia XA2 Ultra just below the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018). That's not where you'd expect a 23MP camera with a big 1/2.3" sensor to be.
In its detailed report DxOMark praised the Xperia XA2 Ultra for its good exposure, pleasant color rendition with a flash and low noise in textured areas. But it took points away for the varying detail levels, noise in monotone areas and limited dynamic range.
The photo score of 75 was higher than the video score of 74 - clips were praised for good exposure and pleasant colors, but also exhibited poor detail.
If you want to see our detailed report (with a lot more camera samples attached to it) check out our written review and if you prefer watching videos here's our video review.
This selfie is awesome even flagship can't compete. Sony already listen comsumer improve the camera algorithm and Gsmarena review prove that.
Not a surprise tho. I've owned a pair of sony phones before and played with a variety more and not a single one from the z3 to the z5 to even the newer ones impressed me with their stills. It seems sony just can't get the software processing right an...