The Samsung Galaxy S20 was trended thanks to a line of code that revealed the new features that the cameras will bring, a remarkable breakthrough for the South Korean company.
It appears that a programming code accidentally showed the new features that the cameras of the new devices would have at the time of their release. For starters, you expect a main sensor with 108 Megapixels that will also have a sensor that will allow an optical zoom of 5x and that will allow you to take photography with a telephoto.
The filtration also revealed a “Space Zoom” that will allow a hybrid zoom of 50x and 100x, although it is believed that this function will be specific to the Galaxy S20+ and not to the normal version.
It also seems that it will be possible to change lenses while recording a video without stopping the recording, you can even edit the audiovisual material as it is recorded. In addition, a “Single Take Photo” mode will be added that will be able to recognize the expressions of groups of people to be able to take the photo at the moment when everyone is posing.
The new Galaxy is expected to be unveiled on February 11, 2020 on the Samsung Unpacked.