The four main Samsung Galaxy Fold cameras combine 12+12+16+3D TOF Megapixel (f/1.5+f/2.4)+f/2.4+f/2.2 sensors with the largest sensor used on ultra-wide angle lenses. The configuration of this camera is the same as on the S10 5G and Note 10+. With a TOF camera, the device can perform special effects of the accented device and produce more accurate bokeh effects. The telephoto system is still only 2X as found on the Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9. Digital zoom support is up to 10X. With the P30 Pro, Mate 30 Pro and Oppo Reno 10X Zoom supporting an improved seamless zoom system, the Fold camera is a bit outdated in its capabilities.
On the front, a 10-Megapixel f/1.9+f/2.2 sensor is used for high-resolution selfie recording up to 4K 30FPS. Even with only one camera, it can still perform the Live Focus function which gives bokeh special effects can be done in selfie mode.
Last but not least is a 10+8 Megapixel dual-camera in a Samsung folding screen with 30FPS 4K video recording support. This is the camera used as the front camera on the Galaxy S10+. In other words, the Fold camera system is like the GoTenks that are incorporated in the Dragoball Z comic. So not surprisingly, “SNote10+” supports all S10+and Note 10+ camera modes.
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The device can capture images in 4: 3, 16: 9, 19: 9 and 1: 1 ratios. For video, there is the ability to record video at a maximum setting of 4K 60 with HDR. The included camera modes are Panorama, Live-Focus, Pro, Instagram and Super Slow Motion.
Video recording is also better than the P30 Pro and Mate 30 Pro but behind the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The recorded audio is clear and most importantly is more even than Huawei devices. Like last year, the champion of video recording on android devices is still held by Apple this year through the 11 Pro Max.
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