Samsung Galaxy Note 20 + Would Have a 108MP Main Camera


Samsung has seen how some specifications of its Galaxy Note 20 + have been leaked, and it is that a very reliable source such as Ice Universe has revealed what the photographic configuration of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 + would be, knowing that it will use the main sensor Samsung Bright HM1 of 108-megapixels backed by a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle with PDAF, and a 13-megapixel periscope-shaped telephoto lens using the Samsung Slim 3M5 sensor.

These cameras are backed by laser autofocus instead of a ToF sensor, and there is talk of a 50x zoom, logically here we will be dealing with hybrid zoom. This also reveals that Samsung is abandoning the marketing of offering a 100x magnification digital zoom that started with the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

In regards to the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note20 + there is no detail, but in the end, all the terminals are almost the same, so it is logical to expect the use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC (and Exynos variant depending on the market) along with an LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 / 3.1 storage, so the only difference will be in the panel used, photographic quality, and of course, the autonomy, which is not usually generous when losing space with the S-Pen.

At the same time, Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to debut its own energy-saving / eye protection screen suitable for 5G mobile phones, and its harmful blue light is less than 6.5%. Together with the Galaxy Note 20 +, the company will present a basic version of the Galaxy Note 20 smartphone.

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