As we get closer to August 5, a new video showcasing the features of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s camera has just surfaced.
The Galaxy Note 20 series will undoubtedly be the star of Samsung’s next Unpacked conference which will take place early next month. And as this event approaches, the leaks intensify. The latest concerns the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra which has paid for a video in which we can see the possible features of its camera. The video in question was posted by the YouTube channel Jimmy is Promo. It looks genuine and suggests the existence of Pro video settings in the Ultra model of the upcoming Galaxy Note. These will apparently allow the user to shoot an 8K (7680 x 4320) footage at the cinematic 24 fps standard.
A 50X hybrid zoom for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra?
Aside from those recording options, Jimmy’s Promo video hints at other handy features that would be available on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The sequence which lasts a little over a minute reveals in particular a 5X optical zoom capability.
A 10X digital zoom also seems to be part of the game, which allows for a 50X hybrid zoom.
We will also note a significant upgrade of audio capture. The video reveals the existence of a histogram designed to give the user the ability to monitor audio frequencies while the video is being shot. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also appears to allow omnidirectional audio recording.
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The video also reveals an ability to describe a scene using the Bixby Vision app. This will apparently allow us to capture a sequence and then add an audio description to it.
To top it off, we notice the presence of new proximity sharing feature that we imagine to work similarly to Apple’s AirDrop.