Earlier this week, reputable insider Roland Quandt leaked lots of details about the flagship Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Now he supplemented the already available information with the exact technical characteristics of the cameras and their capabilities.
According to an insider, the main camera in the Galaxy Note20 Ultra will be with a 1 / 1.33-inch 108-megapixel matrix with a pixel size of 0.8 microns, a lens with aperture f / 1.8 and optical image stabilization. The smartphone will also have a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera (1 / 2.55-inch matrix, pixel size 1.4 microns, f / 2.2 aperture and viewing angle of 120 degrees), a 12 megapixel TV camera (1 / 3.6-inch matrix, 1μm pixel size, f / 3.0 aperture and OIS) and ToF sensor for depth of field analysis. Smartphone will be able to record video in 8K format | 24 fps, 4K | 30/60 fps, 1080p | 30/60/240 fps and 720p | 960fps.
In a regular Galaxy Note20, the cameras will be simpler with a 12 Mp main module (1 / 1.72 “, 1.8 microns, f / 1.8, OIS), a 64 Mp TV camera with a triple optical zoom (1 / 1.76”, 0 , 8 microns, f / 2.0, OIS), “wide” with a resolution of 12 Mp (1 / 2.55 “, 1.4 microns, f / 2.2, viewing angle 120 °) and a ToF sensor. The presence of the latter raises questions, as on all renders of this smartphone there is no module 4. Note20 can record video in the same formats as the Ultra version.
Earlier, a video showing the capabilities of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra camera appeared on the network. The presentation of new smartphones and other Samsung devices is scheduled for August 5th.