Spin the new S20 around and you’ll notice some subtle differences on the rear case.
Rather than the cameras being placed in a horizontal line across its back panel, the S20 and S20+ both feature a vertical set-up.
Samsung is boasting that its Galaxy S20 series introduces a brand-new camera architecture that combines AI with its largest image sensor yet for stunning image quality.
The S20 gets a triple rear camera which includes a primary, ultra-wide angle and a telephoto lens – the S20+ includes the same technology but also adds a time-of-flight (ToF) sensor which offers improved depth of field and the ability to change the background blur of your photos.
One added bonus of both of these devices is something called Space Zoom which now offers three times optical and up to 30 times digital zoom. This should help you get much closer to the action and a feature called Single Take lets you stay in the moment, while you capture the moment.
Thanks to its AI camera technologies, the Galaxy S20 can capture a number of photos and videos, such as Live focus, cropped, Ultra Wide and more that captures your moment the best.