Perhaps the biggest upgrade to the Galaxy S20 series is in the camera department – both the S20+ and S20 Ultra now pack quad-camera systems, while the regular S20 retains a triple camera setup.
The S20+ boasts the same setup as the S20 Ultra, except that it doesn’t have the 108MP sensor, but opts for a 12MP shooter instead. You get a 12MP ultra-wide snapper, a 64MP telephoto module, and Samsung’s Depth Vision camera.
Quality-wise, the punchiness of colors, crispness, sharpness, and amount of detail it’s able to capture is no less than impressive.
Perhaps one of the most impressive things about this camera system is the macro camera, which produces unbelievably detailed images up close. In other devices, the macro lens is more like a gimmick, but in the S20+, it’s not.
While the device doesn’t have the 100x zoom of the Ultra, it can still do up to 30x which, while certainly not something you’ll use every day, is still quite a feat. The quality? for a photo that’s zoomed-in, i’d say it’s above-average.
There’s also a new feature called Single Take, in which the camera will create variations of your shot, so you can choose which one is the best.