One aspect of its flagship Galaxy phones that Samsung always places a focus on is camera performance. Because of that, there's always a lot of interest in what kind of cameras Samsung will equip on its new flagships in the months leading up to their release.
Today a new leak claims to have the details on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ cameras. Ice Universe, a source of accurate Samsung leaks in the past, says that the Note 20+ will include a 108MP main camera, backing up a report that we heard previously.
This report also notes that Samsung is planning to use a laser autofocus sensor on the Note 20+ rather than a Time of Flight sensor. The Galaxy S20 Ultra launched earlier this year with a 108MP camera and it was criticized for having some issues with focusing, and so Samsung appears to be responding by dropping the ToF sensor found on the S20 Ultra for a laser autofocus on the Note 20+ that should help improve its focus.
The Note 20+ rear camera array is said to be packing a 12MP ultra-wide camera sensor, too, plus a 13MP telephoto camera with 50x zoom. That's half of what Galaxy S20 Ultra's 100x zoom telephoto cam but it's still a pretty impressive zoom level, so the change may not be a huge issue for most folks.
Rumors say that Samsung is currently planning to unveil the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ during an online event in August, so we may be just a couple months away from seeing what these cameras can do. Based on what we've heard so far, are you interested in the Note 20 or Note 20+?