Samsung will uncover the Galaxy S20 series at the Unpacked 2020 event in San Francisco at 11 a.m. PST. That will shape of next generation of smartphone technologies.
You can see the Galaxy S20’s enhanced Dark mode and Galaxy S20+ with a 30x zoom. We have some photographs captured by the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+.
Galaxy S20’s Night mode
You can see the photographs below captured by the Galaxy S20, courtesy of XDA’s Max Weinbach, where it compares the Night Mode on the Galaxy S20 and S10. As you can see in the image below, the images are a clear, breather, and less blurry with a noticeable improvement over the Galaxy S10.
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First 2 are S10, second 2 are S20. https://twitter.com/TheRolen/status/1226710779577151488 …RolenTheGuy@TheRolenReplying to @MaxWinebach
Galaxy S20+’s 30x zoom
In another tweet, Max Weinbach shared two images captured with the Galaxy S20+. The first picture was captured using the phone’s main camera and the second is using a 30x zoom. The images were impressive, though there’s some noise.
You can check the tweet below to see the picture captured by the Galaxy S20+ using a 30x zoom.
Ok. First photo is out of the main sensor and second is 30X zoom. Both from the S20+. https://twitter.com/Cnnt1208/status/1226708149307985920 …Alejandro@Cnnt1208Replying to @MaxWinebach
post zoom pics
According to reports, the Galaxy S20 and S20+ will come with a 30x digital zoom. The Galaxy S20 and S20+ are expected to feature 64MP telephoto sensors. While the Galaxy S20 Ultra will feature 100x digital zoom, thanks to its 108MP main camera sensor.