If like expected Samsung does indeed launch its Galaxy Note 20 series in the month of August – then it means that the launch is just two months away. And so with that in mind, the rumor mill like you’d expect is buzzing around so as to suggest what the whole series will all be about. Regardless though, popular tipster in Ice Universe has actually gone on to reveal some of the details with regards to the camera of the Galaxy Note 20+. It was recently claimed by the tipster that the 5G flagship will feature with a 108MP sensor, while the ToF will actually be replaced by a laser focus sensor which will serve the purpose of assisting the main camera.
Rumors also say that the device will feature with the 1/1.33” Samsung Bright HM1 sensor which was also there to be seen within the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Instead of having a static ToF sensor which proceeds on to analyze the foreground and background, the additional laser focus sensor will actually assist the main camera.
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Furthermore, the Note 20+ will feature with a 12MP ISOCELL Fast 2L3 ultra-wide angle lens which is 1/2.55” in size and features with PDAF. There will also in fact be a 3MP Samsung Slim 3M5 periscope telephoto lens with a size of 1/3.4” – though official numbers have said that it is actually 1/3”. The camera will also arrive with the support for 50X zoom instead the 100X zoom that we know HM1 is capable of.
Not that long ago, CAD renders for the particular device also were there to be seen online, and these went on to show that the device will feature with a single punch-hole design. It is also said that the phone will actually arrive with an updated Exynos 992 chipset – which will be based on the 5nm process.