Samsung Galaxy S20+ camera details leaked, comes with new features
Next month, Samsung is going to launch the new Galaxy S smartphones. In the past, we thought it was the Galaxy S11, but now we know that the Galaxy S Series will be named S20. Live S20+ images have recently appeared and the same source provides the details of S20 Series cameras. XDA Developers ‘ max Winebach received the screenshots.
The Device Info app shows a 12MP sensor with very wide 1.8μm pixels is the main camera sensor. Which is Sony IMX 555 sensor that is officially unreleased? The allegedly part of this camera setup rumoured 64MP sensor. The source can certainly confirm that it is there, but they don’t know exactly what it’s going to be for. There was no connection for the 108MP sensor or macro mode in the camera details. It is known that the 108MP sensor is only the highest-end Galaxy S20 Ultra. Nevertheless, it has been reported that the telephoto camera will zoom up to Optical 3X and 30X total. There is no clear visibility for the other two rear cameras, but it is understood that the selfie camera is the same as the 10MP like Galaxy S10/Note10.
The 8K@30fps video recording is indeed present on the Galaxy S20+. For both front and rear cameras the Galaxy S20+ will be capable of recording 4K@60fps (probable both OIS and EIS). The S20+ does not appear to support HDR output at least 4K, but at that resolution, it is to be expected.
The leak also includes a new selfie camera feature, named “Smart angle selfie,” that will turn the camera’s front end in a large corner when more than one person is detected in the picture.
Galaxy S20+ Single Take
There is a new ‘ Single Take Photo ‘ mode that switches the camera automatically while the user takes the scene. In this mode, both still and video images are recorded. This mode works for selfies as well. The mode demo taken by the source can also be seen up. They are looking at the scene and taking pictures and videos. Then it will recommend a few and show you the best shot. There is also a new Pro Video Mode on the pre-production unit that crashed. The software of the camera and its hardware both look very promising. At this year’s Unpacked event the Samsung Galaxy S20 series will bring a lot to the table.