In today’s video, we take a look at the final designs of the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra using the final case models. This is an exclusive metallic models used by case manufacturers so the final design of Galaxy S20 series should be identical to these.
What’s exciting with Galaxy S20 series this year is that it will be a 1440P AMOLED “flat” display with 120Hz refresh rate. Now, the outer glass will still be slightly curved but finally Samsung has gone back to flat displays, and I think this is a great idea since curved displays are more prone to cracking the screen upon drops and also creates more glare.
Second, Galaxy S20 series will all come with 3 cameras. The Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus will feature 12MP main camera, 64MP 3X optical zoom telephoto camera, and a 12MP ultra-wide angle camera. The Galaxy S20 Ultra will feature a whopping 108MP main camera coupled with a 1/1.33 inch ISOCell Bright HMX camera sensor. This new camera sensor is basically a 3/4 inch camera sensor and will allow the user to get very good bokeh and low-light performance. While resolution isn’t so important, the 108 megapixels may actually work out to be very useful for digital zoom considering it’s also got the massive sensor to back it up. Of course, all the S20 series should also support 8K 30fps video recording, which means even if you are using 1080P or 4K for final video, you will be able to get loseless 2x to 8x digital zoom and even panning!
Samsung Galaxy S20 series also rumored to use stainless steel as its frame. This means the strongest Galaxy smartphones we have ever seen and definitely is something to look out for. Samsung should also have a secondary sensor next the the cameras for the larger S20 Plus and S20 Ultra but that is something of a mystery and should be revealed at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020. For right now, this is looking to be a hot smartphone that you will definitely want to get, especially if you want the baddest and best in latest smartphone camera performance.
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