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How Samsung Galaxy S20 series has revolutionized the camera

How Samsung Galaxy S20 series has revolutionized the camera

The highly anticipated introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series to the smartphone market earlier this year has undoubtedly exceeded expectations, receiving rave reviews from consumers and industry professionals alike. The launch of the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra indeed marked the beginning of a new era in smartphone innovation, opening up a world of possibilities and elevating the experiences of Samsung enthusiasts to newfound heights.

In particular, one aspect has been singled out for praise more than any other, the most influential feature of each S20 series device. Of course, we are talking about the next-generation camera, which has completely changed how we capture and experience the world around us. Every part of the Galaxy S20 camera is different, so you capture, edit, and share photos and videos more efficiently and powerfully than ever before. Here, we take a look at how the Galaxy S20 series has risen above the benchmarks of the past and revolutionized the camera.

Moments captured with outstanding visual effects

The super-high resolution of the S20 series’ camera means users can capture every detail on every occasion. Samsung understands that more resolution means more details, and this is precisely why the S20 and S20+ offer 64 MP resolution and the S20 Ultra offers 108MP. In years gone by in dark conditions, what we have seen and what we ultimately captured have been entirely different – with photos unclear and the stunning real-time scenes not replicated. The S20 Ultra fixes all that thanks to unique nona-binning technology. With Bright Night, the device’s image sensor merges nine pixels into one for an exceptional low-light camera that brings out the best in every late-night photo and video. That’s not all! With the S20 and S20+, super steady and improved anti-rolling stabilizer ensures users can take clearer, more balanced videos and photos while on the move – whether it be jogging, walking, or in a vehicle. Such capabilities are made all the more possible through the groundbreaking combination of AI motion analysis, intelligent movement prediction, and pixels 2x larger than the previous S series.

Nearer to the finest details than ever before

The S20 series’ camera is the most powerful in Galaxy history and perfectly complimented by world-class zoom capabilities. The Space Zoom feature takes Samsung lovers closer to the action than ever before, empowering users to zoom in on what matters most while retaining stunning clarity. This includes objects or landmarks that are far away, with Space Zoom capabilities capturing every specific area as if they’re positioned directly ahead. The S20 and S20+ can zoom up to 30x and the S20 Ultra an incredible 100x.

Reduction in error at the wrong time

Frantically searching for a specific camera mode when special or unexpected occasions occur is a time when crucial seconds are often missed. With Single Take, such valuable time is afforded to us in every instance as AI is harnessed to capture different versions of the same moment using each of its cameras. When using this innovative feature, simply press record, and your device will capture up to 10 seconds of footage through various capture modes. You can then look back and decide which clips are best, whether it be as a original, forward-and-reverse video, or different other options on the Gallery app.

Capture and share at every opportunity

The Galaxy S20 series’ camera elevates performance to entirely new levels and, thanks to its extensive storage capacity, there’s an abundance of room for photos and videos. What’s more, with the long-lasting battery, you’ll never have to prioritize when you can and cannot use your phone, so you never miss capturing and sharing special moments. The Quick Share feature allows users to share files and content with as many as five people at the same time – without the need to pair with another device.

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