It is obvious that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is something bold and something special. It comes in to express its camera features. It also includes features like the 108-megapixel sensor, capturing scenes for detailed crop-ins, the 100x zoom lens that reveals lettering, faces and architectural details that you can’t see from afar with the naked eye. Moreover, there’s the beautiful 40-megapixel selfie camera which won’t make you disappointed when you turn off beauty mode.
The most enhanced (and high-priced) new flagship undeniably boasts boundaries. Samsung wants you to watch these photos and crave this phone.
On paper, the S20 Ultra is the best. It offers that insanely colorful 6.9-inch edge-to-edge screen. It also has a fantastic 5,000-mAh battery. Moreover, all the waterproofing, quick charging and reverse wireless charging which you’d expect from a top-tier Samsung phone.
First of all, the Ultra’s 108-megapixel camera is its most interesting feature. It brings wildly detailed photographs with bright color that you can customize for maximum detail. You will not take almost of your photos in 108. This is a photography which you set and have to select, and these photos take up to eight times the amount of storage zone as a default photo. Photos resolve to 12-megapixel shots in automatic mode.
The attempt of Samsung is impressive. Photo quality typically isn’t nice at such extreme distance, however that’s not what the feature is for. It’s there to get a photo you probably wouldn’t otherwise get. If the subject matters to you, you’ll be more pleasure to get it than not. The zoom shots were typically at 4x, and sometimes 10x or 30x.
The S20 phones all shoot videos in 8K resolution. These files are large. Samsung states every minute video will take up 600MB of storage. You also have to stand alarmingly far away from your subject to fit it into frame. 8K video is the future, However, there are few platforms available right now, such as TVs (even Samsung’s) and social media sites, where you’ll be able to view the content. YouTube offers technically supported 8K video since 2010.