On Tuesday, Samsung officially unveiled a new Galaxy S20 smartphone series at the Unpackevent event. We were impressed by the 108-megapixel master camera and 100X Space Zoom hybrid zoom capabilities of the S20 Ultra flagship smartphone. But put aside the paper parameters, the machine’s real-time performance in the end how? @UniverseIce, a well-known whistleblower, shared two sets of samples on Twitter, giving us a first look at it.
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Samsung has almost abandoned the “entry flagship” segment in terms of product pricing for the Galaxy S20 series smartphones. The standard S20 model starts at $1000 and the S20 Ultra model is over $1500.
The new launch comes as last year’s Galaxy S10 Series smart series was reduced by $150. However, Apple’s iPhone 11 series smart series starts at just $699, making it difficult for Samsung’s older machines to attract more consumers.
First set of samples
Back to the Galaxy S20, the smart series comes with impressive specifications, 12GB of start-up (RAM) and 16GB for the flagship high-speed.
The entire system has a large-screen high-score Dynamics OLED punching screen that supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The S20 Ultra model has a 6.9-inch, 3200-by-1440 resolution (pixel density 509 PPI) with a screen share of 90.7%.
Zoom sample 1
The eight-core Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 (SM8250 chipset) is complemented by 16GB LPDDR5 RAM plus 512GB ROM, and support for super-fast charging of 5000 mAh batteries.
However, when it comes to the main feature of the S20 Ultra model, we’re delighted by its 100X Space Zoom zoom capability. Do you know how far away it was shot, as shown in the image above?
Live Position 1
Some people think the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s back four-camera set is a bit dazzling. In addition to the 108-megapixel ultra-clear master, there are 48MP telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide angle, and Flight Time (ToF) sensors.
However, when you look closely at the small areas cut out of the location above, you’ll be overwhelmed by the superior strength of the Galaxy S20 Ultra Master.
Second set of samples
ToF sensors help phones capture additional data, Space Zoom supports optical/digital hybrid zoom, and nine-pixel aggregation technology enhances the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s ability to shoot in low-light environments.
If you don’t think the details of the first set of samples are sharp enough, take a look at the second set of vision cuts that @UniverseIce shared.
Zone Trim 2
At first glance, you might think that the galaxy S20 Ultra master’s resolution power is no more than that. But after seeing where the original film is, you’re sure to change the stereotype.
Live Position 2
Of course, given that the Galaxy S20 Ultra starts at $1,400, it’s clearly not going to be the first choice for most ordinary consumers.