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Details of the Galaxy Note 20 series' cameras revealed: A lower-res telephoto camera for the Note 20+?

The Galaxy Note 10. (Source: Business Today)
The Galaxy Note 10. (Source: Business Today)
The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ are expected to be launched in about two months. Details of the camera setups of the phones have now surfaced, notable takeaways include the change to the telephoto shooter of the Note 20+, with the regular Note 20 keeping the same setup as the S20 and S20+.
Ricci Rox,

It's been revealed over the past week that the Galaxy Note 20 series will ditch the S20 Ultra's zoom, retain the periscope lens and 108 MP sensor, with the Note 20+ carrying a smaller battery than the S20 Ultra. More information on the Note 20 and Note 20+'s camera setups has now been revealed.

The Note 20+ supposedly will sport the same 108 MP Bright HM1 on the S20 Ultra, but with new hardware to improve autofocus. The major change over the S20 Ultra will be the telephoto shooter, as this new leak claims the 48 MP IMX586 will be replaced by a 12 MP sensor. That's an interesting choice, as we expect that sensor to be a 1/2.55" type, similar to the main sensor on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Or perhaps, the 1/1.76" sensor on the S20+? The ultra-wide-angle shooter will be the same 12 MP sensor from the S20 series.

The regular Note 20 will apparently not share the 108 MP sensor on the Note 20+. Instead, it will feature a 12 MP main shooter, a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 64 MP telephoto camera. That's the exact same setup on the S20 and S20+.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-05-28 (Update: 2020-05-28)
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I'm a freelance copywriter who lives and dies for tech. Android, ​especially. The smartphone market is one going through an impressive growth spurt, so I crawl the Internet with keen interest in a technological ecosystem that doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.