After the Samsung Galaxy S20+ real leak images, we now have a piece of fresh information on the Galaxy S20+. This time, it is on the new abilities of the camera. Simply put, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ supports 8K video recording and adds new camera modes.
According to the latest report from XDA developer, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ supports 8K / 30 frames of video recording. Both the front and rear cameras support 4K / 60 frames of video recording and video stabilization (may include OIS and EIS). However, the Galaxy S20+ does not seem to support 4K 60fps HDR videos. Note that the 8K 30fps video also does not support HDR.
The Galaxy S20+ will probably use Sony’s new 12MP 1.8μm IMX 555, a sensor that has not yet been released. In addition, this smartphone will use a quad-rear camera setup. According to speculations, Samsung’s 108MP camera will only appear on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In addition, Samsung will also add several new camera modes and functions to the Galaxy S20 series phones.
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- Smart selfie angle: This mode will automatically switch the camera to a wide-angle when the phone detects more than two people in the selfie Mode.
- “Single photo” mode: This mode can guide the user on how to move the phone when taking photos and videos. This is because the phone can be set to automatically take photos and videos. This mode has its own UI in the gallery, and it also recommends the best photos taken for users.
- Professional video mode: Users can use the settings of professional mode in the video.
Samsung Galaxy S20+ Megapixels and Sensors
- Main Camera: Sony IMX 555
- 12MP 1.8μm pixel size
- Secondary Camera: Samsung ISOCell S5KGW2
- Tertiary Camera: Samsung ISOCell S5K2LA
- Quaternary Camera: Unknown
- Front Camera: Sony IMX 374
- Same 10MP sensor as the Galaxy S10/Note 10
- Supports 4K 60fps video recording
The device comes with a 6.7-inch Infinity-O sAMOLED screen and it has 4 cameras at the rear. The camera configuration may include the main camera, ultra-wide-angle, telephoto, and macro lenses. According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first Samsung phone to come with a 120Hz screen.