NEW DELHI: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S-series smartphones are quite popular thanks to series of leaks. A lot of information about the soon-to-be-launched series has been reported whether it is in terms of design, processor or camera. For the camera, it was suggested that Samsung is going to make use of its own 108MP. But a fresh tweet by popular tipster Ice Universe has claimed that both the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus will feature a new 12MP with 1.8μm sensor. S20 and S20 + will use the new 12MP 1.8μm sensor, which is also worth looking forward to.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) 1578737031000 Samsung right now offers 1.4μm pixel size in the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, therefore — even though Samsung is not going to offer an 108MP sensor — it is still going to improve the camera specs. For perspective, both Google and Apple offer a 1.4μm pixel size for their cameras and the 48MP and 64MP cameras that are being launched in more and more numbers offer a 1.6μm pixel size. Therefore, the alleged 1.8μm sensor on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus is more powerful. A previous Bloomberg report said that the primary camera on the… Read full this story
- Huawei P30 and P30 Pro smartphones launch with 'best camera on the market'
- Samsung’s upcoming smartphone may feature four cameras
- Samsung Galaxy S10 launch: triple cameras, ultrasonic fingerprint sensors and 5G
- Samsung Galaxy A8s Launched with Infinity-O Display
- After Redmi's 64MP, Xiaomi working on massive 108MP camera smartphone
- Samsung Confirms to Launch M-Series Smartphones on January 28th
- Samsung patent reveals plans to put camera in Note S Pen
- Samsung Galaxy A9 Launched: First-Ever Phone With Four Cameras!
- Samsung’s foldable display smartphone will feature triple cameras: report
- Here’s an alleged pic of a real-life Samsung Galaxy S10 with punch-hole camera
This is why Samsung’s first big smartphone launch of 2020 may not have 108MP camera have 307 words, post on www.gadgetsnow.com at January 13, 2020. This is cached page on IT Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.