Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 getting Dual Recording camera feature update

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 getting Dual Recording camera feature update


 On the Galaxy S21 series the company has provided dual viewing capabilities front and rear side for the end-users. It’s a dedicated shooting mode that lets you see the feed from and switch between all rear cameras while recording videos.


The latest software update includes the May 2021 security patch, on their Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will find a new mode called Dual Recording in the camera app. As the name suggests, this mode lets you record video from both the front and primary rear camera at the same time.

If you own a Galaxy S20 or Note 20 series smartphone, you should see if the May security update is available for your device from its Settings » Software update menu. It could take a few days before the update arrives in your country, so you will have to be patient if it doesn’t show up just yet.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 attributes a bezel-less display of 6.2 inches (15.75cm). The 2.5D Curved Glass gets a Dynamic AMOLED type screen with a resolution of 1400 x 3200 pixels and a pixel density of 566ppi, adding to the vibrant display of the device. Additionally, the S20 provides an immersive HD experience with the HDR 10+ display.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 gets a triple camera set-up which features a 64MP primary telephoto OIS PDAF camera supported by two similar 12MP wide-angle lenses. The other camera features include 3x optical zoom, telephoto functionality, digital zoom, and LED flash. For the selfie lovers, Samsung has added a 10MP shooter with an aperture of f/2.2 embedded in the punch-hole of the display.

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