Samsung plans to unveil the Note 20 Galaxy Ultra on August 5th and now, a leaked hands-on video of the Note Ultra camera and video features has surfaced online.
The video reveals that the phone uses 50x zoom, instead of the 100x zoom like the S20 Ultra. There’s also a 5x time optical zoom and 0.5x wide-angle view.
The Note 20 Ultra supports 8K just like the Galaxy S20 devices, and there’s support for UHD 24/30/60fps an HD at 30fps. Furthermore, there’s the ability to shoot in 21:9 aspect ratio.
Additionally, Jimmy is Promo showed off the device’s ‘Pro Video’ mode, which includes a histogram and audio controls for when you’re shooting a video.
The handset also sports Google’s Nearby Sharing functionality, the company’s version of AirDrop that’s currently in beta.
Rumours indicate that the Note 20 Ultra sports a boxy rectangular design with a triple rear-facing camera setup on the rear. The device will also reportedly feature an infrared (IR) blaster and support a 120Hz refresh rate at its 3200 x 1440 pixel resolution. Lastly, the handset is said to carry a 6.97-inch display.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will reportedly launch alongside the Note 20 and the Z Flip 5G in just over three weeks.
Source: Jimmy is Promo