Near the Unpacked launch (rumoured to be August 5), details about the Galaxy Note 20 series are also coming to light. Based on the many clues available, Dutch tech media LetsGoDigital has invited renowned designer Jermaine Smit (YouTube channel for Concept Creator) to bring Note 20 Ultra HD rendered video.
The most notable change in the rendered video is the three cameras on the back of the body, which should be wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and zoom lenses. Among them, DepthVision will have a special 3D sensor built in to create a beautiful virtualization effect even when recording video. In addition, the 8K video recording feature, which debuted in the Galaxy S20 series, is also available in the Note 20 series.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ulta main camera should be the same as the S20 Ultra’s 108-megapixel ISOCell Bright HM1 and is expected to be equipped with a laser autofocus system. The zoom lens also appears to have been upgraded, and while it won’t be equipped with a 100x hybrid zoom capability, it also has a very powerful 50x hybrid zoom capability.
The Galaxy Note 20 Series will run the latest Android 11 system. Earlier this month, Google released a public version of Android 11. The new operating system includes at least 100 new features, including better support for collapsible smartphone models and 5G phones.
The above images and videos are from https://nl.letsgodigital.org/smartphones/samsung-galaxy-note-20-ultra-5g/