Ultimate Samsung Galaxy S20+ versus Galaxy Z Flip camera comparison: one step ahead


Samsung has always bene one of the leaders in the smartphone space when it comes to capturing photos and videos. The new Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup has just hit store shelves, preceded by the foldable Galaxy Z Flip. While there are many differences between each of these devices, those who are interested in imaging experience of the phones should note that the Galaxy Z Flip is essentially rocking the same camera hardware that last year’s S10 lineup had to offer.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is equipped with two 12MP cameras on the back with standard and ultra-wide-angle lenses while the front-facing camera using a 10MP sensors. All three of the cameras are capable of recording 4K video at 60fps. On the Samsung Galaxy S20+ side, you have a quad-camera setup on the back with a 12MP main camera, 64MP 3x telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide and a 3D ToF sensor to help with depth sensing for portrait shots and AR effects. The sensors on the back are capable of capturing 8K video at 24fps and 4K video at 60fps. The front-facing camera on the S20+ is similar to that of the Z Flip with a 10MP sensor and 4K video capture at 60fps.

This Galaxy Z Flip versus Galaxy S20+ camera comparison will give you an idea of how Samsung’s hardware and image processing have evolved since last year. While there’s not a huge improvement across the board, it’s clear that Samsung is moving in the right direction with the Galaxy S20 smartphone this year.

Based on the photo gallery and the video, let us know which device you’d rather have in your pocket to capture those special moments.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ versus Galaxy Z Flip gallery

Nick Gray
I'm a life-long tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC. After writing about tech for more than a decade, I jumped at the opportunity to take on the role of Editor in Chief at Phandroid. Please contact me at [email protected].

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