The Nokia X20 may offer a display of 4 camera modules, but only two will interest us here: the main module is 64 megapixels and the ultra-wide-angle module is 5 megapixels. A macro module as well as a depth sensor of 2 megapixels each are also present.

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Main module: 64 megapixels, f/1.8, eq. 24 mm

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A 64 megapixel mode is available to get images with the best definition. If sometimes the difference in quality between the two modes is not obvious, this is not the case on our smartphone of the day. The 64-megapixel image forces a lot on the contrast, to the point of crushing details that we see on the 16-megapixel image. This is true for both the day and night shots. <!–[if IE 9]><!–[if IE 9]> Google Pixel 4a (eq. 27 mm, f/1.7, ISO 63, 1/100 s)

However, the software processing smoothes out a lot of details and the contrast is not great. Some chromatic aberrations are also to be noted on some parts of the image. <!–[if IE 9]> <!–[if IE 9]> Google Pixel 4a (eq. 27 mm, f/1.7, ISO 444, 1/8 s) <!–[if IE 9]>

Some colors are a bit flat, but we can point out a rather correct exposure.

Ultra-wide angle module: 5 megapixels, f/2.2

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The quality of the shots is degraded by the software processing both in daylight and at night. Moreover, in low light, the photo is completely covered with blur and is deprived of all details of our test scene.

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Front module, portrait mode and videoOn

the front, the smartphone has a 32-megapixel module. A large definition that does not translate into a brilliant result. Thus, the shots captured with the front camera are a bit too contrasty, with a saturated color rendering when the light conditions are not with us. The portrait mode is quite effective. Clipping is done without too many problems, the phone only bumping into small details, such as messy hair or beard hair.

In video, the Nokia X20 can only shoot in 1080p at 60 or 30 fps. No optical or electronic stabilization is present.