Samsung Galaxy S20 5G Hands-On: ULTRA Cameras ! (video) VERIFIED
Samsung's argument is that most upgrades happen because buyers want improved cameras, and a thicc phone is the price they'll willingly pay for that. The S20 5G and S20+ 5G have 10-megapixel front cameras, and then a trio of cameras on the back. A 12-megapixel 120-degree ultra-wide (f/2.2); a 12-megapixel wide (f/1.8); and a 64-megapixel telephoto (f/2.0). The S20+ 5G throws in a time-of-flight sensor (ToF) too.
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G Hands-On: ULTRA Cameras ! (video)
Things get even more serious with the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. That has a 40-megapixel selfie camera, and shakes up the rear cameras too. The ultra-wide is the same, but the normal wide camera has a whopping 108-megapixel sensor (f/1.8), while the telephoto is 48-megapixels (f/3.5) with a folded 4x optical zoom lens. That runs sideways across the phone, with clever prisms to reflect the light.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is ultra-everything. It offers every possible feature anyone could want in a phone and more. While the device boasts an impressive display, rapid performance, and powerful cameras, the price tag is so high that the phone is unaffordable to many. If you want the ultra-mate phone, you'll pay the ultra-mate price.Read the full review
The Galaxy S22 Ultra boasts a larger 2.4um pixel sensor for capturing more light and data, as well as a Super Clear Glass lens for capturing nighttime videos without flares. You also get a 12MP ultrawide lens, plus dual 10MP telephoto cameras that combine to offer 10x optical zoom and 100x space zoom. For more comparisons, check out our Samsung Galaxy S22 vs iPhone 13 Pro Max low-light photography comparison.