Recently, the South Korean tech giant released its annual flagship, namely the Samsung Galaxy S20. Especially, the S20 Ultra got everyone’s attention. As the name implies, it’s the top version. However, when The Verge was reviewing this handset, it found problems with the camera system. When asked Samsung, it said that they are improving the camera experience.
The Verge said that it has discovered two problems with the Galaxy S20 Ultra: inaccurate autofocus and excessive skinning. In an interview with them, Samsung stated: ‘The Galaxy S20 features a groundbreaking, advanced camera system. We are constantly working to optimize performance to deliver the best experience for consumers. As part of this ongoing effort, we are working on a future update to improve the camera experience.’
However, Samsung did not indicate any specific issues, nor did it confirm when they could be fixed.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra sports a 108MP main sensor. The lower variants the S20 and S20+ use a 64MP main sensor. The manufacturer claims you can zoom in on city views or take landscape photos even with the smallest details. At the released event, Samsung also boasted of 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.
As for the camera parameters, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra features a matrix rear quad-camera. The main camera is a 108MP sensor with a 0.8-micron pixel size. It supports 79-degree wide-angle, f / 1.8 aperture, OIS, 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 lenses, 1.4-micron pixel size, F/2.2 aperture, and a ToF lens.