Technology 5 exciting Galaxy S20 features I hope Apple steals for the iPhone 12

16:10  14 february  2020
16:10  14 february  2020 Source:   bgr.com

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The Galaxy S 20 is loaded with bells and whistles—some of which would be nice to see in the next iPhone . From the 108-megapixel camera on the Ultra model to the speedy Infinity display, there are more than a few features I ’d love to see Apple adopt and improve in the next iPhone — and a few I

5 features iPhone should steal from Galaxy S 20 . 5 G. The obvious feature iPhone must adopt above all else in 2020 is lightning-fast 5 G connectivity. There’s a slim chance iPhone will match the Galaxy S 20 ’s 3x optical zoom this year — and that would be a nice improvement — but we would love to see

Samsung has been stealing features and designs from Apple for nearly a decade now. Heck, Samsung literally wrote the book on how to copy the iPhone pixel by pixel. There’s no question that the South Korean tech giant has gone its own way in recent years, but that’s mainly the result of all the high-profile lawsuits Apple had to slap Samsung with. It’s a good thing, too, because Samsung’s flagship smartphones used to be shameless iPhone copycats and now they’re stunning handsets that look nothing like the iPhone. In fact, Samsung has gotten so good at smartphone designs that it has triggered a massive shift in the smartphone market. Just two short years ago, practically every Android phone maker out there was copying Apple’s iPhone X design — just look at this image that shows 20 embarrassing iPhone X rip-offs. Now, in 2020, all those same companies are copying Samsung instead.

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Multiple iPhone 12 models will feature 5 G. Two new iPhones will likely add a time of flight sensor to the three rear cameras. Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo strikes a positive tone about the pricing for the iPhone 12 , saying Samsung’s Galaxy S 20 will reportedly offer the feature (though not by default)

The new features Apple plans to introduce on the iPhone 12 will be equally important or even more important to many potential buyers, and I can’t wait Next up, we have the Galaxy S 20 Ultra’s camera. It sounds amazing and I can’t wait to check it out for myself. To be frank, however, the iPhone 11’s

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The tables have turned indeed, but they’ve also turned in a different way: it’s Apple that should be copying Samsung this year for its upcoming iPhone 12. We already know that the unreleased iPhone 12 series will sport a fresh new design after three consecutive years without any meaningful design changes. TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is the most accurate Apple insider out there, and he reports that the new iPhone models will feature a refreshed look with flat metal edges like the iPhone 5 design that everyone loved so much. As far as new features go, however, not much is known for the time being. Well, if it’s not too late in the development process, there are a few features from the Galaxy S20 series that goes up for pre-order today that I really hope Apple steals from Samsung for the iPhone 12.

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Galaxy S 20 . Firstly, the new iPhone release date will definitely be September 2020 - and it's always around the second week. Apple could be making some big changes to the design and screen for the iPhone 12 range, including getting rid of the notch.

Since the entire Galaxy S 20 lineup features Dynamic AMOLED panels with 3,200 by 1,440 pixels, size is the primary difference among the trio. The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max feature a rear camera stack with three 12 MP lenses. The primary lens comes with an f/18 aperture, while the secondary lens

Faster charging speeds

2019 marked the first year that Apple’s new iPhone models shipped with a charger that could fully utilize fast charging technology. Before the iPhone 11 series, Apple’s iPhone supported charging up to 18W but shipped with a power adapter that only supported 5W charging. The good news is those days are behind us. But the bad news is the iPhone 11 series still only supports charging throughput up to 18W.

Android flagships have moved far, far beyond the 18W mark. As a matter of fact, Android vendors are currently working on fast charging technology the reaches 100W and beyond. The thought of being able to charge your smartphone from empty to full is exciting indeed, but it’ll be a long time before Apple gets anywhere near those numbers on the iPhone. I’m okay with that, but I really hope Apple at least approaches the charging speeds Samsung offers on the Galaxy S20 series. The S20 and S20+ support 25W charging, but the premium Galaxy S20 Ultra climbs to 45W. That’s 2.5 times faster than Apple’s iPhones.

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Updated: 12 Feb 2020, 16: 12 . SAMSUNG has officially launched its latest mobile in a bid to take on the iPhone . But is it worth shelling out for a Galaxy S 20 over Apple 's latest handset? Apple was widely mocked for the design initially, though the firm was copied by Android rivals soon after.

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All-screen design

This one is wishful thinking, but I would love to see Apple ditch the notch on the iPhone 12. I don’t mind the notch much, to be honest, but there is no question whatsoever that a hole-punch design like the one on Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series is far more immersive than Apple’s iPhones.

Face ID is terrific, and we’ve all read rumors that Apple is working on shrinking down its TrueDepth sensors so that they’ll fit in a narrow bezel above the screen. I don’t expect that to happen in 2020, but Apple’s three-year iPhone design cycle worries me a bit. A notch on a flagship smartphone in 2022 would be downright embarrassing, so fingers crossed that Apple decides to surprise us with and all-screen iPhone 12s or iPhone 13.

120Hz display

We’re not getting an all-screen iPhone in 2020, but there is one new feature of the Galaxy S20’s screen that we should see make it over to the iPhone 12. Samsung’s new flagship phones will be the first widely-available handsets to feature OLED screens with a 120Hz refresh rate. Anyone who has used a recent iPad Pro model with a 120Hz “ProMotion” Retina display knows how much smoother the UI looks and feels with a 120Hz refresh rate. iOS is already so smooth on Apple’s iPhones at 60Hz, but the user experience reaches a whole new level with a 120Hz screen.

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Camera zoom

Samsung’s new camera on the Galaxy S20 Ultra is out of this world. Seriously, it blew my mind. There are a few features in particular that I hope Apple steals for the iPhone 12, and zoom is at the top of the list.

Apple was among the first smartphone makers to ship flagship phones with a second telephoto lens that provides 2x optical zoom. 2x zoom is great, but the telephoto lens on the Galaxy S20 Ultra goes up to 10x, which is incredible. Add in digital zoom, and Samsung’s hybrid zoom feature on the S20 Ultra goes all the way up to 100x! I doubt Apple would do anything like this on the iPhone 12, but I would love to see something similar on Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Single Take

There are so many great camera features on the Galaxy S20 series, but not all of them are as nifty as Samsung’s 100x zoom. There is another one that I would like to see make it over to the iPhone 12 though, and Samsung calls is “Single Take.” This cool new camera feature uses AI and multiple lenses to capture several different photos and videos all at once, so you don’t have to worry about changing modes when you quickly try to capture a moment. For example, a single snap can get you a live photo, a cropped image, and a wide-angle photo all at once.

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How Samsung’s Galaxy S20 compares with the iPhone 11 .
A spec comparison between Samsung’s newest phones and Apple’s 2019 lineupOne of the headline features of the S20 is a screen that you can toggle between a 60Hz and a super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate. The phones also have a lot of camera tech on board: the S20 has three cameras, the S20 Plus adds a time-of-flight sensor, and the S20 Ultra has a monster 108-megapixel lens with a 100x zoom. All three phones support 5G, though only the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra support ultra-fast millimeter wave networks at launch. Samsung says it will launch a Galaxy S20 that supports Verizon’s millimeter wave network in the second quarter of this year.

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