We Tried The Samsung Galaxy S20’s Space Zoom And We Were Shook
In this day and age, technology is always and constantly updating. Gone are the days where we used to lug around different devices for different needs (yes, there was a time in life where we would have a phone to make calls, a music player to play tunes and a digital camera to capture photographs). That’s all gone now with the gadgets that are powerful enough to perform all the above and more, while still being a communication tool.
When news broke of the Samsung Galaxy S20, we were so excited to know more about its features that it promised.
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Vision 20/20 with the #galaxys20 series that was unveiled here in Malaysia yesterday! The most outstanding parts of the phones? The camera setup is powered by AI and Samsung’s largest image sensor yet. The result — high quality images and videos, never before seen zoom (Space Zoom up to 30x and up to 100x on the Galaxy S20 Ultra!). The Single Take feature gives you so many options of videos and photos in just one shot. With a super battery life and expandable memory to carry around with you, this is your new life untethered. Priced RM3,599 (S20), RM3,999 (S20+), and RM4,999 (S20 Ultra), stay tuned for updates on the Samsung roadshow early March. @samsungmalaysia #samsung #galaxys20 #galaxys20ultra
So we decided to take the Samsung S20 Ultra for a whirl and here’s what we really liked about it.
Firstly, the phone is a great looker. You’ll love the 6.9 inch curved screen flexible OLED display and the different colour options you can choose from.
Of course, the camera powered by its latest camera setup was its main focus. We found that the camera on the Galaxy S20 Ultra could capture even in low light, which amazed us.
Single Take was a function that we loved to use over and over again, because even with just one shot, we could capture a range of content that would be able to satisfy any content creator’s needs, whether it’s for social media or omre.
The Space Zoom on the Ultra had us shook, because we could even capture and focus in on something close-up even with just 30x zoom. 100x blew our minds away!
Click play on our video below to see more on the Samsung Galaxy S20: