Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra live photo with 4 cameras and 100x zoom

Galaxy S20 Ultra is perhaps the most anticipated model of the triad that Samsung will announce at next week’s Unpacked event. It will be the maximum embodiment of the evolutionary step of the series. It will integrate the best technologies available to the brand from the point of view of hardware and photographic performance.

We now know (almost) all the technical characteristics of the smartphone thanks to the recent FCC certification of the Exynos variant. In addition to the renders and concepts that the designers create in an ever more detailed way and corresponding to reality. And the closer you get to the presentation, the more frequent the fleeting appearances of stolen live images on the net. Today, Ice Universe has shared a live photo that shows the photographic module of the top of the range variant.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra camera module

Nothing new, but it is an important confirmation of how the cameras are positioned on the back of the smartphone:

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  • 108MP main sensor
  • 12MP wide-angle sensor
  • 48MP telephoto sensor
  • ToF sensor

Note also the wording Space Zoom alongside the word “100X”. The brand had been registered by Samsung in November of last year at the EUIPO and concerns a software implemented by the South Korean manufacturer designed to “enlarge a subject without reducing the quality of the image”.

In a second tweet, Ice Universe shared a short teaser video “Over the Horizon 2020” that could be displayed during the presentation event.


  • 6.9 inch Dynamic AMOLED screen WQHD + Inifinty-O
  • 120Hz refresh rate and 20:9 ratio
  • Exynos 990 processor
  • 128GB / 512GB internal memory
  • MicroSD card support up to 1TB
  • Rear camera with 108MP main sensor + 12MP wide-angle + 48MP telephoto + ToF
  • 40MP front camera
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 45W fast charging
  • IP68 certified against water and dust
  • Android 10 with One UI 2.0
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