Early this month, Samsung took the wraps off its Galaxy S20 series. This year, we saw the company’s flagship series taking form through three high-end smartphones – Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. It’s easy to understand that the latter stands as the most powerful and most appealing version of the three handsets. The handset promises a spectacular camera performance thanks to its 108MP Nona Bayer sensor, however, the first reviews weren’t very optimistic.
The folks at GSMArena stated that the camera’s performance had them “cautiously excited but also underwhelmed”. With the not-so-positive reviews, the company promised an update to address the issues.
“The Galaxy S20 features a groundbreaking, advanced camera system,” it told The Verge. “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”.
As previously stated, the company has the 108MP Nona Bayer sensor like the S20 Ultra main selling point. This outstanding sensor is coupled with a 48MP periscope camera capable of 100x zoom. These cameras, the 5,000mAh battery, and 45W fast-charge make this smartphone more attractive for the lovers of hardware. However, Samsung needs to deliver perfect software in order to make this hardware work flawlessly. The S20 Ultra is the most expensive version of the Galaxy S20.
Let’s see how Samsung will respond to the criticism and how many times the company will take to deliver the image optimizations.