Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: video demonstrates its incredible 100X zoom

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: video demonstrates its incredible 100X zoom

Samsung will unveil its new tops today in the late afternoon. In the antechamber of this event, behold, a video appears hands-on of the three Samsung Galaxy S20.

The video is in Mandarin and although almost nothing is said, you can confirm the design of the Galaxy S20. The most impressive thing about this video is the brief demonstration of the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 100X zoom capabilities.

This moment can be seen from the minute 1:13 and it is impossible to remain indifferent. It is amazing how the camera of this smartphone will be able to approach a distant object.

It remains to be seen what the quality of the images captured with this feature. As a rule, the greater the zoom performed, the lower the final image quality, so these images are likely to have some loss of definition.

Galaxy S20 will have a super fluid screen thanks to its 120Hz

Another point of interest that this video reveals is the fluidity of its 120Hz screen. As you would expect, this panel is much more fluid than its predecessors and that will certainly be one of the main selling points of the Galaxy S20.

Besides, we see a trio that continues the legacy of premium quality that Samsung equipment has always accustomed us to. We have glass as the predominant building material and a curved screen with very small margins.

At the rear of the Galaxy S20, the square module will be present, which may not be to everyone’s liking. These modules will have between three and five lenses, depending on the model in question.

Possible prices for Samsung Galaxy S20

  • Galaxy S20 (8GB / 128GB): € 899 / € 909
  • Galaxy S20 5G (12GB / 128GB): 999 € / 1009 €
  • Galaxy S20 + (8GB / 128GB): 999 € / 1009 €
  • Galaxy S20 + 5G (12GB / 128GB): € 1099 / € 1109
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (12GB / 128GB): € 1349 / € 1359
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (16GB / 512GB): € 1549 / € 1559

The presentation of this equipment will begin at 7 pm in Lisbon. You can follow the presentation with us from this live stream.

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