Leaked Galaxy S20 photo samples give first look at what the S20/S20+'s cameras are capable of
Samsung will finally unveil the Galaxy S20 phones in about 24 hours at its Galaxy Unpacked event. There's not much we don't already know about the phones. We've already seen real-life pictures of the S20+, and have a good idea of the hardware and software features onboard, as well as pricing information. The first photo samples from the series have now also surfaced.
The photos were shared by popular leakster Max Weinbach on Twitter. Since the XDA man shared a real-life image of the Galaxy S20+ 5G a few hours prior, it's safe to say that these photos were shot on that phone.
The quality of the images themselves is a story of its own. A wide-angle shot from the S20+, when placed right beside one from the S10, looks to have the same Field of View. Interestingly, though, the shot from the S20+ seemed to be a lot softer. When zoomed in, the S20+'s shot also appeared to be using a higher noise reduction process in the shadows, at the expense of details.
The night mode shots of the S20+ are brighter when compared to those shot on the S10, but there's not really much else to go by. It's important to note that these were shots taken on pre-release software, so they don't tell a completely accurate story of the phone's capabilities.
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