Samsung has released the Galaxy 20 series phones in the US. As we already know, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is the flagship product. A recent Samsung official post explained how the Galaxy S20 series cameras have become the most powerful cameras in its history. Samsung says the camera’s resolution is key when taking realistic images. To help you take your shooting to the next level, every Galaxy S20 device comes with an advanced camera sensor. With this, you can capture special moments with super high resolution.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 100x zoom gets a clean moon shot
The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 108MP main sensor while the S20 and S20+ uses a 64MP main sensor. Samsung claims that you can zoom in on city views or take landscape photos even with the smallest details. Samsung also claims that the Galaxy S20 camera is not only powerful but also has an innovative new zoom function. The Galaxy S20 spatial zoom feature brings you closer to all movements. For this feature, the Galaxy S20 and S20+ support up to 30x zoom while the Galaxy S20 Ultra supports up to 100x spatial zoom.
Whether you’re sitting at the corner of a concert or wanting to take close-up shots of your favorite sports players during a game, Space Zoom means you can zoom in on the most important content while maintaining the clarity of your photos. Even if you’re taking photos of really distant objects, such as the moon, you can use Space Zoom to capture glowing objects as if they were right in front of you.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with a matrix rear quad camera. The main camera is a 108MP sensor with 0.8 micron pixel size. It supports 79-degree wide-angle, f / 1.8 aperture, OIS optical image stabilization, and 100x zoom. It also comes with a 48MP telephoto lens (0.8-micron pixel size, F3.5 aperture, OIS, and 5x optical zoom). The remaining two sensors are a 12MP camera (120 ultra-wide-angle lens, 1.4-micron pixel size, F2.2 aperture, and a ToF lens.