Just a couple of hours ago, we came across the live images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and now more details about the device is surfaced online and that is about its camera department. So, without any time let’s dive into the article to check out all the available details about the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus camera.
XDA Developers’ own Max Winebach managed to obtain the screenshot which reveals that the primary camera of the S20 Plus will have a 12MP sensor with very large 1.8μm-size pixels and the sensor is yet to announce – the Sony IMX 555. It is also believed that the smartphone will have a 48MP camera (Samsung ISOCell S5KGW2).
The smartphone will also support for 8K recording, presumably @ 30fps, the camera will also offer 4K @ 60fps for both the front and rear, along with the HDR-enabled 4K @ 60fps with the primary camera.
Having said that, the device also comes with a feature called “Smart angle selfie” and this will automatically switch the front camera to a wide-angle when there is more than one person in the frame. It will also feature the “Single Take Photo” mode and that will automatically shutter the camera while the user sweeps the scene, and this feature will support both photo and video. The device also supports a new Pro Video Mode.
So, that’s a piece of information we have to this moment of time. The company will launch the new Galaxy S20 series next month and it is believed on February 11. We have a couple of weeks for the official announcement and that’s why we expect to hear more about the same in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.