Samsung is all set to announce the Galaxy S20 series tomorrow in San Francisco. The company will be announcing Galaxy S20 along with Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Z Flip. Ahead of the official launch, Max Weinbach got his hands on the Galaxy S20.

Max has now shared some pictures of low light images clicked from both Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S10. The images show the night mode improvements made by Samsung on the Galaxy S20+.

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ features a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 64MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide camera at the back.

The photos show a dramatic improvement in processing, which can be seen in detail below:

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Samsung Galaxy S20+

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I am sure our readers will agree the improvements are rather dramatic in terms of the amount of detail captured, and the better management of light balance.

Max also posted some indoor pictures:

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I think our readers will agree there is not much to choose from between the two cameras when it comes to indoor shots.

Lastly Max also posted a sample of the S20+ regular and Zoom lenses (30x) which can be seen below:

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It is clear the zoom camera is able to recover detail that is impossible to see on the regular camera.

The good thing is we don’t have to wait for long as the Galaxy S20 series is expected to launch later today. Early leaks suggest that Samsung will be aiming for $1,000 mark with Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy Z Flip will be priced around $1,500.

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