The Galaxy S20 can take pictures and record video with all the sensors at once

Galaxy S20

Are you a user who takes many photos with your mobile? Do you ever not know with which sensor it is better to shoot the picture you are thinking? It is something that happens on many occasions with devices that have several sensors. You don’t know which to shoot with and when you take several photos with each one. The scene you were wishing to capture doesn’t always appear. Some companies have thought about this detail and allow shooting with all or several sensors at the same time. Today we have good news for the buyers of a Samsung Galaxy S20. There will be a new shooting mode called Quick Take.

Gradually manufacturers allow us to do more and more things with our devices. Samsung has listened to users and will offer the ability to shoot with all sensors at once. Of course, it will not be something that is done automatically. It is a specific mode and has some limitations.

Shoot with all the Galaxy S20 sensors at once and choose the best one

Samsung Galaxy S20
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The new Quick Take mode will allow users to shoot with all device sensors at the same time, or at least, with normal, wide-angle and telephoto. After taking the picture a kind of gallery will open so you can select which image you stay with. At first, it will not save all the photographs, but it makes you choose after shooting.

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This can be done by the Galaxy S20 in photography and video. Of course, this way of shooting could cause the battery to run out much faster. Using the camera is one of the things that spend more battery on a smartphone. So using all the sensors at the same time spends even more. The smartphone’s temperature may even increase in video recording with this mode.

The news has been published by one of the most important leakers of the moment. It was already leaked a few months ago because of OneUI, now the name is confirmed and revealed: Quick Take.

We will have to wait a little longer for Samsung to reveal all the details of these devices and their cameras in the Unpacked 2020. This will happen on February 11.

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