After many comings and goings, Samsung recently admitted that it is not possible to fix the problem that affects the focus of the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s main camera. The information was revealed after the South Korean giant released a series of software updates for the device.
Now, while the public eagerly awaits the Galaxy Note line, sources have indicated that the Note 20 Plus should also feature the 108 MP sensor of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This has already aroused a certain fear in many people, since the device may also have limited focus.
However, the well-known and trusted Ice Universe today revealed (19) that the story will be different with the Note 20 Plus. That’s because Samsung learned from the error and must use an auxiliary sensor to solve the focus problem of the 108 MP camera.
Galaxy Note20 + will still use 108mp HM1, but add a new sensor to assist in focusing and completely solve the focusing problem.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020
Galaxy Note 20 Plus can inherit 108 MP camera from S20 Ultra and offer less battery
And more rumors about Samsung’s second major smartphone launch for 2020 continue to leak as traditionally. Without someone to turn off the tap, now the Dutch website GalaxyClub reveals information about the possible main sensor of the Galaxy Note 20 Plus and details about the device’s battery.
According to internal sources linked to Samsung, the website claims that the most powerful model in the Galaxy Note line for 2020 will feature a main camera with 108 MP of resolution. Unlike the Note 20 Plus, the Note 20 should not offer the same sensor, possibly adopting a more similar pattern to the Galaxy S20 Plus with its 64 MP camera.
Although there are no details regarding the number of sensors, it is very likely that both models will implement a camera set with up to four lenses, but we do not know the pair will present the periscope-shaped lens or whether this feature will be exclusive to the Note. 20 Plus.
Regarding the battery, it is said that Samsung should offer a slight improvement in capacity compared to the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, jumping from 4,300 mAh last year to 4,500 mAh for the 2020 generation.
Still, the addition is far below the coveted 5,000 mAh battery Samsung introduced in the Galaxy S20 Ultra and which it was expected to bring to this year’s Note 20 Plus. Despite 500 mAh less, the manufacturer will need to deal with the higher consumption of the 120 Hz screen that must be presented with the new models, as well as the higher consumption by the 5G, two challenging characteristics for a battery of this size.
The new Galaxy Note 20 is expected to be presented by Samsung alongside the new folding model of the Galaxy Fold line in August, as the company would be committed to maintaining the launch window of previous years despite the Covid-19 pandemic. With that, with only three months to go until the event, it is expected that more details will continue to leak there, confirming or denying the information we have access to now.