Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 lineup will offer a number of firsts for the flagship series. Some of the most anticipated novelties this time around will be the new camera sensors around the back. We’ve had a good look at what to expect thanks to the plethora of renders and leaks but a new development suggests the Galaxy S20 Ultra will have a different camera appearance than what we’ve seen so far.
Prominent leakster Ishan Agarwal tweeted a render of the S20 Ultra’s back camera setup which features a dual-tone housing with a glossy black shade on the inside and a matte grey finish on the outside. The S20 Ultra is expected to come with an all-new 108MP main shooter, 12 MP ultrawide snapper and a ToF module.
Despite these impressive sensors the star of the show might be the 48MP periscope telephoto module which will be capable of 10x optical and up to 100x digital zoom. According to the new leak, Samsung will actually place a 100x sign alongside the periscope cam alongside its marketing name.
The new design was also confirmed by IceUniverse and Korean designer MINU which puts more substance to the speculations. With just three weeks to go until Samsung’s big February 11 Unpacked event, we’ll surely come across event more leaks about the S20 series so stay tuned.
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