Camera details of Samsung’s new flagship phones, the Galaxy S20, have been revealed. Samsung is going to be launching three versions of these smartphones.
Cameras are an essential asset for our phone’s generation together with high performance and quality. Although Samsung phones haven’t been at the top ladder so far, it looks like the S20 series comes with significant changes.
According to a reliable leaker, we can create a picture of Samsung’s plan. “S20: 12MP+64MP+12MP, S20+：12MP+64MP+12MP+ToF, S20U：108MP+48MP+12MP+ToF,” posted Ice universe on Twitter.
More about Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20 is getting a new 12-megapixel sensor for the main camera and is said 1.8µm pixels, which means they are massive and should allow in lots of light. Having bigger pixels helps phones at better absorbing the available light.
Samsung S20 will capture more detail with the more densely packed pixels due to getting a 64-megapixel telephoto. How well it will work in poor light is our concern. The optical length is going to be 5x? We are not sure. There is also a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S20+ camera is the same as S20, but with an additional time-of-flight sensor, meaning allowing a better depth map for better focusing or better depth perception for portrait modes.
Now, about Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is Samsung’s idea of an over-the-top smartphone. The primary camera will have a 108-megapixel sensor. Grouping in 9-pixel blocks, it will surely give you a 12-megapixel photo.
The joined camera has a 48-megapixel sensor in the 10x optical telephoto camera. It is rumored to be located where the periscope zoom comes in and gets a 100x hybrid zoom from it. Lastly, the 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle and a time-of-flight sensor are rounding out the picture. We are curious to see how well Samsung sells these cameras at Galaxy Unpacked.