I spent the past week taking photos with the Galaxy S20 Ultra reviewer and was impressed by what the built-in camera could do and how it changed my reputation. This camera is the biggest differentiator between the top-end model, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and the standard models, the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 +.
Galaxy S20 Ultra's camera
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So far, we have taken more than 100 photos with the Galaxy S20 Ultra, checked them in detail on the device's 6.9-inch screen, and zoomed in on the computer screen. It's overkill to list all those photos in this article [perhaps your browser will freeze], so consider these photos highlights.
Samsung has redesigned the camera system on all Galaxy S20 series smartphones to triple the sensor size to allow for more light. However, only the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 108-megapixel sensor, 100x zoom using artificial intelligence [AI], and a 40-megapixel front camera.
写真 These photos have not been modified or edited unless otherwise noted. Note, however, that it is processed by the CNET content image tool. I can't check one pixel at a time, but I guess it's enough to get you up to speed on the Galaxy S20 Ultra's camera performance. I've also tested camcorders in normal and 8K modes, but these files are so large that they are difficult to include in this article.
Shooting at a super wide angle.
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Galaxy S20 Ultra camera specs
- 108-megapixel main camera: To take ultra-high-resolution photos, you need to select 108-megapixel with simple settings. Otherwise, the image resolution is "nona-binningIs set to 12 million pixels, using a technology called "to basically combine nine pixels into one pixel." One of the advantages of these high-resolution images is that they can maintain the fineness of the image as it is cropped.
- 12-megapixel wide-angle lens: Samsung has a larger sensor, so this camera is similar, albeit using the same number of pixels as the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy S10 cameras . The aim of increasing the size of the sensor is to take in more light and improve the image quality, especially in dark places.
- 48-megapixel telephoto camera: This allows you to use a function called "space zoom" up to 100 times. This feature uses AI algorithms to allow you to take pictures from extremely far away. However, the higher the zoom ratio, the more blurry the photo will be [a monopod or tripod will be needed].
- DepthVision camera: This camera feature has not been tested, but is intended to assist various camera modes. The camera itself cannot take individual photos.
- 40-megapixel front camera: When taking self-portrait photos, you can choose between a wide-angle composition and an ultra-wide-angle composition.