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Good news about the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung fans

A look at the rumoured rear-facing camera array of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. (Image source: @BenGeskin & @ishanagarwal24)
A look at the rumoured rear-facing camera array of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. (Image source: @BenGeskin & @ishanagarwal24)
With the next Galaxy UNPACKED event just a few weeks away, information about Samsung's Galaxy 10 successors is shaping up. One of the more divisive elements of the S20 series so far arguably has been its rear camera housing, not least because of its disorganised design. Thankfully, the reality may be slightly better thought out.
Alex Alderson,

The Galaxy S20 series is rumoured to have some seriously impressive camera tech, regardless of which version of you buy. All will come with a host of camera sensors, but the S20 Ultra will be the pinnacle in this regard with its 108 MP main camera and a sensor capable of 100X digital zoom.

There have been multiple renders purporting to be the S20 series, with @OnLeaks' being some of the most trusted at this stage. The leaker showed off a newer and cleaner rear camera array in December than he did originally, and now @ishanagarwal24 reports to received information of what the final product will look like. Tweeting over the weekend, Agarwal reported the following:

This image accurately represents how the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Camera setup looks like! It will be dual shade (grey matte like + black), and it honestly looks good (better than what I tried to make here lol). Yeah, 100X would be printed besides Periscope Camera.

Below are some interpretations of what this design could look like. The size of the array appears to be unconfirmed currently, with Agarwal only confirming the colour and arrangement of the sensors. There is no word yet on whether the S20 and S20 Plus will have the same rear camera array, but it would not surprise us if they were at least the same shape.

Overall, while the new array looks more stylish and organised than earlier attempts, it is still much larger than what we have been used to with the Galaxy S series. Do you have a preferred design of those below?

(Image source: @YahirLujan4)
(Image source: @UniverseIce)
(Image source: @BenGeskin)
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Alex Alderson, 2020-01-20 (Update: 2020-01-20)
Alex Alderson
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Prior to writing and translating for Notebookcheck, I worked for various companies including Apple and Neowin. I have a BA in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds, which I have since converted to a Law Degree. Happy to chat on Twitter or Notebookchat.