August will bring us many news from the South Koreans from Samsung, the list includes many phones, gadgets, accessories, and even tablets with high-end features. The Galaxy Note 20 smartphone will be in the spotlight which we expect to be officially launched during an Unpacked 2020 event that takes place on August 5th. After seeing it recently in a 360-degree animation, today the phablet has revealed new details, this time about the camera.
Through @MaxWinebach (editor of XDA-Developers) we learn that in Pro Video mode we will now have the option to select which microphone to use for recording, whether it is the front, rear, tandem front-rear, or microphone Bluetooth, USB. This option delivers the flexibility needed by those who stream using their smartphone or those who film a lot, do vlogs.
At the same time, it will be possible to adjust the video resolution in Pro mode. Among other novelties, we have tools such as histogram and focal length adjustment – tools that will allow a more precise composition when capturing content using the phone’s camera. The Single Take function also receives news, allowing users to set a duration of 5-15 seconds for video captures, the maximum duration is currently 5 seconds.
We also have support for 8K filming in 21: 9 aspect for a more cinematic look on ultra-wide displays. Note 20 comes on August 5 and will also have an Ultra version with a 6.9-inch screen and a huge photo mode in the back that also includes a periscope camera. The starting price for the Note 20 series will be $ 999 for the 4G variant.