Samsung Galaxy S20 is at the door of its launch. The latest leak points to a large amount of RAM and internal storage, as well as a well-refined design compared to the previous Galaxy S10 and S10 + brothers. On their cameras all shows that we will have three times as many repairs, the main sensor, wide angle and zoom lens, are compatible with ToF.
What was never noticed, other than the new camera application, was how they would work when taking pictures
QuickTake, simultaneous shooting activity on the S20
and because you totally missed out on one S20, the S20 will take pics on 2 or 3 lenses and will allow you to select images after the fact. It's called Quick Take
– Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) February 2, 2020
The use of multiple cameras allows users to use a wide variety of objects, though no further processing, especially when shooting is done simultaneously. According to Weinbach, one of the XDA Developers members, the S20 family it will allow you to take pictures with all three cameras at the same time
The S20, according to the filters, will take three photos at a time, one with each sensor. Later, we can choose between these indicators
I mean it will not be necessary to manually select the camera we want to use, but we can use all three at the same time to take a picture with a central sensor, one with a wide angle and one with zoom. It's an exciting, albeit random, way because we blindly connect ourselves with two cameras we don't use.
Shooting with multiple cameras at the same time, once the S20 completion is confirmed, will begin to have more presence in the higher range. Last year Apple, with its iPhone 11 Pro, added the to get out of private custody, a function that allows you to rename a photo you took thanks to information obtained through a wide angle.
Via | Sammobile