The Moto Edge 20 Lite has a triple rear image sensor consisting of a 108MP wide angle lens, which opens at f/1.9, and an 8MP wide angle (f/2.2), as well as a macro (f/2.2). / 2.4). The main unit may offer great definition, it is not always associated with better quality. We will compare the station with the latest Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G NE, who was doing a good job in the exercise.
Unit principle: 108 MP, f / 1,9, éq. 26 mm
The 108MP unit benefits from . technology pixel binning Which makes it possible for the pixels (here, 9) to merge in order to capture more light when they run out. So the phone provides 12MP snapshots by default. The same process applied to Xiaomi’s wide-angle (by merging 4 pixels and not 9) provides 16 MP photos.
In bright light conditions, the Xiaomi smartphone takes the lead. It offers more detail and sharpness than Edge 20 Lite, as it can be easily seen on selfies or tarot cards. Neither display really fair chromatography. Xiaomi’s shot is red, while Motorola looks a little yellow. The colors offered by the latter appear faded. It remains perfectly usable despite everything, but to a lesser degree than its competitor.
At night, the situation is exactly the same. Xiaomi offers a more detailed and colorful view (see patterns at the bottom left). However, Motorola’s sharper digital processing and contrast makes it easier to distinguish certain elements such as faces. So the match is less tight. Without gloss, Edge 20 Lite achieves an honorable display.
108 mega pixel mode
It is always possible to choose the full profile via the settings. We isolated a region of identical size (0.90 MP) in each snapshot in order to compare the two definitions.
Day or night, switching to full resolution doesn’t offer a huge gain compared to the default shots. Software processing does not provide a more detailed picture. Smoothing is still quite present, especially in low light.
Ultra unit angle: 8 MP, f / 2,2, 118 degrees
In bright conditions, the 11 Lite 5G NE makes it more pleasing to the eye, despite its lack of sharpness. Motorola Station attempts to compensate for the loss of detail, which results in strong digital smoothing with contrast. However, the result is modest.
At night, the Moto Edge 20 Lite performs better and many scene elements remain (almost) readable despite the very current digital noise. It does not compromise on the mysterious veil that makes it difficult to exploit the image of Xiaomi.
Front and video unit
The Motorola Edge 20 has a 32MP front sensor that is supported with an aperture of f/2.3. By default, the module uses pixel binning For 8MP snapshots. The rendering is perfectly balanced and accurate, even if you don’t have to move around much while capturing. The sharpness is good, but the colors lack a bit of vibrancy.
Edge 20 Lite can shoot up to 4K at 30 fps and at Full HD at up to 120 fps. The picture is quite decent, even if the sensor has trouble managing strong dynamics. Stability does its job well. The smartphone is not intended for videographers, but it will do for additional use.
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