Both Galaxy S20 and Galaxy 20+ may have 64-megapixel telephoto camera
- Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ both are rumoured to record 8K videos
- Galaxy S20 and S20+ both may have 12-megapixel primary sensors
- Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ are said to lack the periscope-shaped system
Samsung Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy S20+ both are rumoured to pack 64 megapixel secondary telephoto sensor a tipster claimed on Twitter that suggest that tge primary sensor of the smartphones will not record the 8K videos.
After the camera specs leaks of Galaxy S20 the fresh rumours comes out online that the smartphone will come with a prism setup for optical zoom but both the smartphones lack the periscope-shaped system. The Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor will be available in Galaxy S20+ Galaxy S20 Ultra while Galaxy S20 lacks it.
Galaxy S20 family Specifications:
Earlier last week many rumours of Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ came out suggesting that both smartphones may have 12-megapixel Sony IMX555 primary sensor having resolution equivalent to 33.2 megapixels but this sensor isn’t likely to record 8K videos that’s why Samsung sported another 64-megapixel telephoto sensor to record 8K videos in both smartphones.
Both smartphones aren’t likely to have a periscope setup for enabling optical zoom that’s why Samsung used a telephoto sensor to provide a zoom effect by cropping 64-megapixel images into smaller resolution while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is rumoured to have a prism lens like periscope system to enable at least 5x zoom but many other rumours also claim that Galaxy S20 Ultra may have 100x zoom.
Samsung Galaxy S20 family could be launched at Galaxy Unpacked event next month.
Samsung Galaxy S20 family key specs:
Display- 6.2 inch AMOLED
Resolution- 1440×3200 pixels
Internal Storage- 128GB
Processor- Samsung Exynos 990
OS- Android 10
Rear Cameras- 12 megapixel + 64megapixel +12megapixel
Front Camera- 10megapixel
3.5mm jack- No
Battery- 4000 mAh
Charging- 45W Fast charging
USB Type C- Yes
Protection- Gorilla Glass 6
Fingerprint Sensor- In-display