Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Camera Features Hands-on video
Today YouTuber Jimmy is Promo once again leaked a new hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra showing camera features. The video shows that the device is ready for some new camera features.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will remove support for 100x zoom, limit the maximum zoom level to 50x and add more optional magnifications. The video shows that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will support 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom in 10x, 20x, and 50x increments; it will support video recording at 8K resolution with a 21:9 aspect ratio, and it will allow users to choose between front or rear microphones for recording.
The Note 20 Ultra also includes a new image histogram feature that allows for better tonal adjustments and more accurate image compositing, and a scene description feature for the visually impaired (voice description of scenes and devices for visually impaired users).
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 360-degree Spin
It can be seen that although Note20 Ultra is also a central aperture screen, it continues the curved design instead of the straight screen of the Note20 standard version. For the back camera, Ultra has an extra ToF module. If you look closely at the same time, the bottom of the three vertical lenses is circular, but the square periscope zoom lens is embedded inside.
In terms of configuration, current rumors show that Note 20 Ultra is equipped with a 6.9-inch QHD+ 120Hz display, under-screen ultrasonic fingerprint recognition, Bluetooth S Pen, and stereo dual speakers as standard. The processor is equipped with Exynos 990 or Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, optional 12/16GB RAM, 128/256/512GB ROM, and supports memory card expansion.
In terms of taking pictures, the main camera is said to be 108MP, supplemented by 12MP super wide-angle, 13MP telephoto (5x optical zoom), Wi-Fi 6E support, 4500mAh battery capacity (standard 25W charging head).