Huge Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leak reveals cameras for both phones
The Galaxy Note 20 Plus is getting a camera upgrade and should improve upon the Galaxy S20 Ultra's ambitious shooter. The S20 Ultra's 108MP main sensor could capture extraordinary detail, but often struggled to focus on objects close up. Fortunately, not only is that optic rumored to be returning for the Galaxy Note 20 Plus, but the company may have a solution in store for that pesky focusing issue.
Camera details for both the Note 20 and Note 20 Plus have been uncovered by Twitter user @Kuma_Sleepy, via NotebookCheck. According to the tweet, the standard Note 20 will merely repeat the trio of optics used in the S20 and S20 Plus, sans the time-of-flight sensor. That translates to a 12MP (ƒ/1.8) primary lens, 64MP (ƒ/2.0) telephoto lens with 3x lossless zoom, and a 12MP (ƒ/2.2) ultrawide lens.
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The Note 20 Plus, though, could be different. For that model, @Kuma_Sleepy suggests Samsung will carry over the S20 Ultra's main 108MP (ƒ/1.8) shooter, as well as the same 12MP ultrawide camera found in all S20 variants.
However, the S20 Ultra's 48MP telephoto won't make the jump to the range-topping phablet. Instead, the rumor is that the Note 20 Plus will receive a 12MP sensor behind ...
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