ByDavita Bloemhof 2020-02-07 2230
By comparison, there is a big difference between Samsung S20 and Samsung S20 Ultra. Although both phones are designed with matrix cameras, the Samsung S20 Ultra has a larger matrix area, which is expected in large part to be related to its 100x periscope lens, but the camera arrangement is very similar. Not only is the matrix range, but the body size of the Samsung S20 Ultra is also larger than that of the Samsung S20.
According to previous exposures, the Samsung S20 will have a 64 million-pixel lens, a 12-megapixels wide-angle lens, a 12-megapixels ultra-wide-angle lens and a TOF lens, while the Samsung S20 Ultra will have a 108 million-pixel wide-angle lens, a 48 million-pixel periscope lens, a 12-megapixels ultra-wide-angle lens and a TOF lens that support 10x optical zoom and up to 100x digital zoom.
In addition, the Samsung S20 has a 6.2inch Infinity-O AMOLED screen, while the Samsung S20 Ultra has a 6.9inch Infinity-O AMOLED screen, both of which support high 120Hz refresh rates.
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