According tomedia reports, it is now known that the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ulta will have a significantly upgraded camera compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. Now, Samsung’s big Ice_Universe has released some of the early phone case of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Plus/Ultra, and it looks like the Note20 Ultra’s camera cluster will be huge.
You can see the difference in size by contrast.
Although the Note20 Ultra is a larger device, the camera complex seems to make up more than half of the width of the phone.
One reason for the larger size may be the replacement of the Time of Flight sensor with a new laser autofocus element, which is expected to improve the slow focus of the S20 Ultra.
Samsung has also limited Space Zoom to x50 or replaced 48-megapixel sensors with 13-megapixel ISOCELL 3M5/3 sensors and support for WDR (wide dynamic range). This will improve low light performance, which is especially important when zooming in.
Samsung is said to retain ISOCELL Bright HM1 1. The 0.8 billion-pixel sensor, of course, will also be paired with laser autofocus, but the phone will reportedly have a new wide-angle camera sensor, or the 12-megapixel ISOCELL Fast2L3/2.55 sensor with 1.4um pixels, dual-pixel PDAF, smart WDR support, slow motion recording 1440fps, and RAW10 and 8 formats.
In terms of configuration, the Note20 Ultra features a SnapSnapdragon 865 plus and a 120Hz LTPO screen (resolution 2560 x 1440 (QHD)). Another interesting feature of the Note20 Ultra is that users can start QHD plus 120Hz at the same time, which sands the User cannot do. Samsung is also expected to introduce a new S Pen for the smartphone and bring some new features to it.
The phone will be released at Samsung’s launch on August 5, 2020.