Galaxy Note 20 Ultra reconfirmed to carry a 108MP camera on the back

A few weeks ago we talked about the strong possibility that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – then known as the Galaxy Note 20+ – will be equipped with a 108MP camera. This feature has now been unofficially confirmed by @rquandt on Twitter, who has an excellent track record when it comes to revealing unannounced devices and/or upcoming features.

Although we were all aware of the possibility that the top-tier Galaxy Note 20 model will employ a 108MP sensor, the source now claims that he’s seen hard evidence of its existence. It remains unclear whether this particular 108MP sensor for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be the same ISOCELL Bright HM1 found on the back of the Galaxy S20 Ultra or an updated version like the rumored ISOCELL Bright HM2.

As per another report from a few weeks back, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra camera will also be able to achieve 50x hybrid zoom through a periscope-type module paired with the 13MP ISOCELL Slim 3M5 sensor. Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will reportedly ditch the ToF sensor in favor of laser autofocus, and the 108MP sensor will be accompanied by the ultra-wide 12MP ISOCELL Fast 2L3 sensor with support for Dual Pixel PDAF and smart WDR.

Samsung should unveil the Galaxy Note 20 series in August at an online-only Unpacked event, and the flagship is expected to hit the shelves shortly after.

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