New leak reveals camera features of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series
Samsung is all set to launch its next generation Galaxy Note 20 series smartphone via an online event on August 5. Samsung will also launch Galaxy Fold 2 at its upcoming event.
Samsung is all set to launch its next generation Galaxy Note 20 series smartphone via an online event on August 5. Ahead of the official launch event, rumours and leaks have been divulging details about the company's upcoming smartphone series. Now, a new report spills beans about the phone's camera features.
In a Twitter thread, XDA Developers' Max Weinbach has revealed the camera upgrades that the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones will be getting. For starters, the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone will come with a Pro Video mode that will enable users to select which microphone they want to use. This includes front mic, back mic, both front and back mics, Bluetooth and USB mic. In addition to selecting mics, the Pro Video mode will also enable users to adjust video resolution.
Of course, we got camera features as well. In Pro Video, you'll be able to select which microphone you'll want to use. It can be Front mic, back mic, omni mic (both front and back), Bluetooth mics, or USB. pic.twitter.com/zwZRkVB3D0— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 18, 2020
As far as video recording is concerned, the Galaxy Note 20 series will come with a feature that will allow users to capture videos in a 21:9 aspect ratio and an 8K resolution. Additionally, the camera in the two phones will come with a 50x zoom and 100x space zoom option. Previously, Samsung offered 30x and 100x zoom options to Galaxy S20 features.
Another feature that will be available on the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones is the availability of Histograms and focal length tools. The tipster says that these tools will give users a more granular control over the camera and allow them to capture images with precision.
Lastly, the camera in the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones will come with the artificial intelligence-powered Single Take feature. This feature was first introduced in Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones and it enabled users to capture 5-second long clips. In the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones, Samsung will make improvements to this feature enabling users to capture 5-15 second long videos.
Aside from this, the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC that is coupled with up to 16GB of RAM and a 4,300mAh battery.
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