Samsung will launch two new phones later this week, including the Z Flip flip-top foldable phone, which has been advertised on television, and the three-size Galaxy S20 series of smartphones, all with 120Hz display and 5G connectivity.
The Galaxy S20 is designed to resemble the Galaxy Note 10 and is even more powerful than its predecessor. The camera experience will also feature some upgrades, with the S20 Ultra expected to provide the best camera ever seen on the Galaxy S phone. The three phones can be equipped with up to four-lens cameras on the back, including an Ultra camera with a 100-megapixel sensor and a periscope zoom lens on the back.
Now, just hours before the Samsung launch, the Galaxy S20 camera sample has leaked. Max Weinbach, a well-known leaker who shared a lot of details about the Galaxy S20 last month, shared photos of the Galaxy S20 on Twitter, the first with the main camera, the second with a 30x digital zoom shot, with lots of noise and distortion. Max Weinbach also says the Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 100x digital zoom.
Compared to last year’s Galaxy S10, the Galaxy S20’s night mode performance is better, and it’s better at low-light photography. These photos are brighter and capture better detail with fewer artifacts. Finally, Weinbach released a wide-angle photo shoot for two phones, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S20.