In the smartphone industry, manufacturers have been making incredible improvements to their cameras. One of these manufacturers, the South Korean technology giant Samsung in 2020 will introduce the devices in the camera will aim to please users with camera features.
The company said it had developed a camera with a resolution of 108 MP in recent months, but it is said that it will use the camera on its new flagships, but apparently Samsung will not feature it on the Galaxy S20 and S20 +.
According to the latest tweet by Ice Universe, which is famous for its accuracy, Samsung will choose 12MP resolution sensors on the Galaxy S20 and S20 + instead of the 108MP camera. The 108MP sensor developed by the company will only be available on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Samsung’s new 108MP camera to the Galaxy S20 Ultra’ya separation, in terms of sales, seems to be a strategic move, but in this regard, the company will buy the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + let us say that the victims will not suffer. Since the Galaxy S7 in 2016, Samsung has opted for a 12MP camera and will use the same resolution for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 +, but the pixel dimensions of the sensors will increase.
According to the information provided by Ice Universe, the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + will be used in 12MP camera pixel size will be 1.8 μm. Looking at the pixel size in the sensors used by Google and Apple to understand whether this value is good or bad can offer a good comparison.
Google and Apple generally prefer sensors with a pixel size of 1.4 μm. Samsung will show a significant breakthrough in these new devices. We will see whether Ice Universe claims are true at the Samsung event on February 11th.
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