While many of these cameras had been mentioned before, we now have a better picture of what each phone will have, so let's break it down. That's always been something that camera sensors have been looking to do: have bigger pixels to make them better with absorbing the available light.
For reference, the Huawei P30 Pro only supports up to 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom. So whether the phone uses the older sensor or the newer sensor remains to be seen. The S20 family will ship as the S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, with the S20 and S20+ offering LTE and the S20 Ultra as a 5G product. Last week, at CES 2020, Samsung's head of mobile reportedly revealed, behind closed doors, that the name of its next foldable smartphone will be the Samsung Galaxy Bloom. Also, at time point in time, apart from the megapixel count, what kind of sensors are used and what are their roles have not been revealed in this leak. For example, the display is a 3200 × 1440 AMOLED panel with a larger aspect ratio of 20: 9. Finally there's a 12-megapixel ultra-wide angle. The resolution difference combined with the presence of a 2x telescope camera rather than a 5x periscope one means the Space Zoom feature probably won't be present. Yesterday, we got a look at leaked live images of the phone, and now, the rear camera specifications for the smartphones have leaked. Ishan Agarwal says a 10-megapixel selfie camera is definitely present on this one.
"The Galaxy XCover Pro offers a clear, edge-to-edge 6.3" FHD+ Infinity Display with an enhanced touchscreen able to work in any condition, including rain or snow.
However, because of the smartphone's lower price, Samsung is largely expected to scrap the macro camera. Buyers should note that this is the 128GB storage variant of the tab.
With all this in mind, however, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G certainly looks like a monster phone, when it comes to hardware, one that Samsung's rivals may have a hard time to match.
With its Pogo pin charging support and compatibility with third-party tools from a variety of partners for adding scanners, credit card readers and other peripherals from partners like Infinite Peripherals, KOAMTAC, Scandit and Visa.