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In 2020 Smartphone camera will change a lot, professional photography will work

The definition of a smartphone is constantly changing. Earlier it used some utility apps along with calling, messaging, chatting. But now its job is to create professional photography and video. All companies are making the phone camera lens powerful. For this reason, in this year i.e. 2020, the phone camera will become more powerful than before.

Resolution will increase
In 2019, 48 MP and 64 MP sensors became extremely common. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 made 108 MP affordable. Now 2020 can be called the 108 MP era. Samsung Galaxy S11 can get its own sensor of 108 MP with 9 to 1-pixel binding technology. Samsung is working on a 144 MP camera sensor whose pixel size will be 0.7 UM. There will also be sensor hardware that can support 200 MP sensors.

Video range will increase
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip will power most flagship phones. This will make capturing 4X slow-motion video at 120 frames per second. By the way, the capacity of 865 can support shooting super slow-motion videos of seconds at 720p 960 frames. With this technology, high-resolution video or slow-motion video can be shot without any time limit.

Precise focus
Sony’s 2X2 on-chip lens sensor technology is starting to be used in high end 2020 smartphones. It is also called All Pixel Autofocus. In this, all the pixels of the sensor are used to detect focus, which leads to better horizontal autofocus detection.

AI photography will be smart
Almost every smartphone brand is using AI technology in their phones. This year, better AI features will be available to enhance and sharpen the colors of the photos. To get there, do not have to take a smartphone like Google Pixel 4. This technology will now be seen in mid-range phones.

More zoom
Two optical zoom cameras were found in some phones in 2019. This is not an expensive solution for high-quality photos. So zoom capacity in the mid-range is bound to increase.

Sachin Gill

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