The much-anticipated flagship galaxy S20 series will be released on February 11th, and today’smedia XDA-Developers have also received a real-life spy for the Galaxy S20 Plus series, following the exposure of pre-installed wallpapers. According to the picture, the back of the fuselage will be equipped with at least four cameras, the front of the fuselage at least one camera. In addition, themedia XDA also learned of the Galaxy S20 Plus’s many new camera features, further enhancing the Samsung user’s photo experience.
According to the clues held by themedia, the camera specifications of the Galaxy S20 Plus are as follows
Main camera: Sony IMX 555 (12 megapixels, pixel size 1.8 m)
Second supplement: Samsung ISOCell S5KGW2 (48 megapixels)
Third supplement: Samsung ISOCell S5K2LA
Fourth Auxiliary: Unknown
Front camera: Sony IMX 374 (the same 10-megapixel front camera as the Galaxy S10/Note 10 series, supporting 4K 60fps video shooting)
Recently, the well-known domestic digital blogger @i Ice Universe said in a tweet, the Galaxy S20 and S20 plus two mobile phones will not be equipped with 108 million pixels of the main camera, but also equipped with 12 megapixel main camera, but the pixel size from 1.4 m to 1.8 m, will bring a new experience. And now new reports confirm this, and make it clear that Sony’s yet-to-be-released IMX 555 processor will be used.
Prominent whistleblower@Ishan Agarwal also confirmed the news from other sources. Although the new revelations confirm a 48-megapixel complement, it is unclear what role it will play in the camera system. Rumor has it that only the highest-end Galaxy S20 Ultra will be equipped with a 108-megapixel master. In addition,media have confirmed that the telephoto lenses of the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus support 3x zoom and up to 30x digital zoom.
Support for 8K video recording
As previously reported, the code and strings found in the Samsung Camera application prove that Samsung is actively introducing support for 8K video. Now themedia has reaffirmed that the Galaxy S20 Plus does support video recording of 8K to 30fps.
。 I know some photographers are upset that there’s no way to switch between 30fps and 24fps, but in my opinion, Samsung made the right decision to lock it to 30fps (the best frame rate for recording video). However, the source said it was not possible to test slow-motion shooting on the Galaxy S20 Plus and would crash when it was turned on.
For the phone’s other resolutions and features, the Front and Rear cameras of the Galaxy S20 Plus support 4K 60fps video recording and video stabilization (including OIS and EIS). However, the Galaxy S20 Plus does not seem to support 4K 60fps HDR video. 8K 30fps video will also not support HDR, but is understandable at that resolution.
Zoom-in Mic features
Samsung also introduced the Zoom-in Mic feature series from the Galaxy Note 10 series to the Galaxy S20 series so that sound can be heard in a far-fned sound. This function can be zoomed with the user to zoom, that is, shooting distance, volume is not large and other issues can rely on this function to solve.
Smart Selfie Angle features
In addition to these features, Samsung will launch a new smart feature called Smart Selfie Angles. It detects how many people are in the picture and switches to the wide-angle mode of the selfie camera. This indicates that a single front camera will have a wide-angle lens that is usually cut into smaller angles. This is the same system samsung uses for the S10 and Note 10.
Single Take Photo Features
The trademark, which was submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in November, is an AI-assisted model, with multiple photo and video clips for current shooting scenes. The description of this feature suggests that it may be similar to Google Photobooth, which means that when the camera detects a specific scene/expression (such as a smile) and automatically captures the image based on the best available frameford framefor diswork for better results. By recommending suggestions, users can click to take better photos. Single Take Photo may also recommend adjusting the pose or angle of the photo shoot to improve the quality of the piece.
While Samsung’s flagship phones allow fine control of photo settings in photo mode, such as aperture adjustments to variable apertures when clicking on an image, exposure or other settings cannot be processed when recording video. According to this feature, this situation may change, allowing the user to control exposure, shutter speed, color temperature, or ISO values when recording video.
“Director’s View” (Director View)
This feature may allow users to compose scenes or themes and track them automatically/manually to achieve movie effects. It also has capabilities similar to the Filmic Pro on the iPhone, allowing users to record/take close-ups of subjects and switch between cameras.
In terms of the camera lineup, although there are six holes in the back of the fuselage, only four sensors are shown in the image, three of which are on the left side, with the telephoto camera, main camera and ultra-wide angle camera from top to bottom. There is also a sensor on the right that is not clear lying, and a small hole under the camera. According to the source, this is a microphone handset that provides better audio quality and zoom-in mic functionality.
The camera’s flash can also be seen in the image, which sources say still follows the flash module on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 and has not changed.