Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S20 lineup on February 11th at the UNPACKED event & so far, we know a lot about every device in this series. Just recently, the first live images of Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G leaked online which revealed the final design from the front & the back. Now, some leaked screenshots & videos have revealed the camera specifications of the Galaxy S20+.
These images & videos were shared by XDA’s Max Weinbach, who is the same guy that revealed the hands-on images of the Galaxy S20+. One of the screenshots is from the Device Info HW app, which reveals the camera sensors on the phone.
As the screenshot above reveals, the primary camera on the rear is a Sony IMX 555 sensor that takes 12 Megapixel images with 1.8-micron pixel size. The secondary camera is 64 Megapixel Samsung ISOCell S5KGW2 sensor. The third camera on the back is a Samsung ISOCell S5K2LA sensor while we don’t know the specs of the fourth camera. There is a single 10 Megapixel front-facing camera with Sony IMX 374 sensor.
It is not a surprise that there is no mention of a 108MP camera because that is there on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, not the S20 or S20+.
Talking about video recording, the rear camera on Samsung Galaxy S20+ is able to record 8K videos at 30fps but without HDR. The camera can shoot 4K 60fps videos with OIS + EIS combination and again, with what looks like no HDR video recording support. The front camera can shoot 4K 60fps videos as well.
The Zoom-In Mic feature that was first introduced with the Galaxy Note 10 lineup is also there in the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.
There is a feature called “Smart Selfie Angle” which, when turned on, automatically switches to a wide-angle selfie when the camera detects more than two people in the frame.
There is a feature called “Single Take Photo” which lets you pan your device around & take a few photos & videos. Then, it would show you a few of those photos & videos and suggest you the best one. It is going to work with the selfie camera as well. The video above shows this feature in action.
Finally, there is a “Pro Video” feature that lets you use “Pro Mode” while shooting videos so that you have more control over the video that you’re recording.