Leakster Ice Universe has posted a breakdown of the image sensor models that will be used by the Samsung Galaxy S20 family. It shows that the company will use a mix of Samsung and Sony sensors.
Let’s start from the top. The main camera on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will use S5KHM1, a 108MP sensor. A custom version, it seems, Samsung’s other 108MP sensor (i.e. the one used in the Xiaomi Mi Note 10) is the S5KHMX.
That’s followed by the S5KGH1 for the ultrawide cam, a 44MP ISOCELL Slim sensor, 1/2.65” with 0.7µm pixels and a Tetra cell filter (Samsung’s take on Quad Bayer). The telephoto camera gets a Sony IMX586, a 48MP Quad Bayer sensor, 1/2” with 0.8µm pixels.
|Galaxy S20 Ultra||Galaxy S20+||Galaxy S20|
|Main camera||108MP S5KHM1||12MP IMX555, 1.8µm||12MP IMX555, 1.8µm|
|Zoom camera||48MP IMX586, 1/2″, 0.8µm||64MP S5KGW||64MP S5KGW|
|Ultra wide camera||44MP S5KGH1, 1/1.26″, 0.7µm||12MP S5K2LA||12MP S5K2LA|
|Selfie camera||10MP IMX375, 1/3.2″, 1.22µm||10MP IMX375, 1/3.2″, 1.22µm||10MP IMX375, 1/3.2″, 1.22µm|
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ camera modules were detailed a few days ago as part of the copious leaks supplied by Max Winebach. They are identical to the Galaxy S20 setup, save for the addition of a 3D ToF sensor – an IMX516 (the Ultra model will use a new IMX518 ToF sensor).
The main camera is a Sony IMX555, a 12MP shooter, which is said to have large 1.8µm pixels (no pixel binning here). Then there’s the S5KGW2 sensor for the telephoto camera. There are no official details about this one, but it’s related to the 64MP ISOCELL GW1 sensor.
Finally, the ultrawide camera uses an S5K2LA sensor with 12MP resolution. Again, there are no official details about this one, but the S5K2L family of sensors ranges from 1.25µm to 1.4µm pixels, depending on the exact model.
All three Samsung Galaxy S20 models use a Sony IMX374 sensor for the selfie camera – that’s a 10MP sensor with 1.22µm pixels and Dual Pixel AF. If that sounds familiar, it’s the exact same module that the S10 and Note10 phones used.
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Save $150 on these noise-cancelling Sony headphones, along with more Best Buy Top Deals of the week – Yahoo Singapore News
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Black Friday has come and gone, but Best Buy Canada is still offering shoppers plenty of pre-holiday savings. Their selection of weekly Top Deals is filled with new must-have items, whether you’re shopping for your self or for a gift for a loved one.
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What shoppers are saying
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‘Fortnite’ Down With Players Stuck Floating Outside New Chapter 3 Map – Forbes
Fortnite Chapter 2 has ended and Chapter 3…has not quite started just yet. After the calamitous battle against the Cube Queen, Fortnite (and right now, the Epic Launcher) is down until Chapter 3 comes online. Last time this happened, we got a black hole animation for a few days. Now? My guess is that won’t be that long, but players are now floating in a vast ocean, waiting to make their way to the map.
So, how did we get here?
Well, to start things off, players are put in a somewhat defensible area alongside a friendly blue cube, who fought back against the Cube Queen and her hordes of Cube Zombies and flying saucers until it was impossible to survive.
Then, that transitioned seamlessly into a cutscene where The Foundation rescues Jonesy from Doctor Sloane’s torture and reveal himself to be none other than The Rock, which is no great shock, given all the hints the game and he have been doling out lately. But it is neat to see him playing a Fortnite original character, rather than himself or something from a different licensed IP, which is how we usually see celebrities enter Fortnite.
We were warped back to a playable sequence where we ran through tunnels under the island, escorted by a scientist that sounded suspiciously like Joel McHale. Once the chamber flooded, we emerged to watch the entire island flip over and reveal a brand new island underneath, which will serve as the Chapter 3 map.
Then, a tidal wave came, as you imagine might happen when an entire island flips over, and now players are stuck floating clutching debris like Jack in Titanic, waiting for the greenlight to head to the map. As of right now, we do not know how long that will be.
Fortnite is moving over to Unreal Engine 5 as of this new chapter, so it’s a bigger transition than usual. But we also did see the battle pass trailer leak earlier today, implying that perhaps it won’t be that long until the game returns. Maybe tonight, I’d guess no later than tomorrow, so players can still hop in during the weekend, but we’ll have to see. Stay tuned for updates as we get them.
As far as Fortnite events go it was…pretty good. Lately, these have been more cinematic than not, where you’re a pretty passive observer. This one integrated a cutscene directly, and I personally find the concerts more engaging, but it was still cool.
So, you can keep trying to log in to see when Fortnite stops being down, but it’s likely going to be a bit, so keep an eye on social media for clues on when things will return and you can dive into Chapter 3. More to come, stay tuned.
Update: Debris is starting to float through the water. Maybe this is how we end up on shore eventually:
Update 2: The map is slowly being revealed by this website, asking people to flip their social media photos and post #FortniteFlipped
Leaked Fortnite trailer reveals Spider-Man and a new island for Chapter 3 – The Verge
Fortnite’s Chapter 2 comes to an end on Saturday, but a trailer for Chapter 3 has already leaked, reportedly from Epic Games’ Polish YouTube channel (via Kotaku). Based on the trailer, the next chapter is poised to be a significant update, adding a brand new island, new mechanics, and your friendly island Spider-Man.
The Chapter 3 island looks to have a lot of new areas to explore, including the Daily Bugle and a location reminiscent of the Aztec-themed Sunny Steps from Fortnite’s first chapter. There appear to be new ways to get around, such as sliding down hills to get some extra speed and swinging from high places. And it seems you’ll be able to retrieve stashed weapons from previous matches using tents, which could add some extra strategy to playing a few rounds with your friends.
The leaked trailer shows some new playable characters joining the game, including Spider-Man (who looks to be available in the battle pass) and skins for Marcus Fenix and Kait Diaz from Gears of War. Epic also appears to be adding The Foundation, a mysterious character from Chapter 2 who might be played by Dwayne Johnson.
One thing the trailer doesn’t reveal is exactly when Fortnite Chapter 3 will be available. The black hole downtime between chapters 1 and 2 lasted for nearly two days — hopefully, we don’t have to wait as long to swing onto the new island in Chapter 3.
If you want to watch the end-of-chapter event, you might want to log on soon, as it kicks off at 4PM ET Saturday.
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