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Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Fold 2 will have a bunch of new features

With only a few days left for the CES 2020, there are reports that Samsung is rolling out One UI 2.0 updates, which will bring Android 10 to Galaxy Note 9 devices. The updates are specially for those devices which were not a part of the beta test program. And though the update is specifically for one model, the software Samsung One UI 2.0 is intended for all compatible phones.

We know that a camera of the smartphone is the most important part since the past years, and this ain’t going to be stopping anytime soon. Upcoming Galaxy S20 from Samsung is expected to equipped with premium hardware, including cameras. Recently, XDA discovered text that hints at features that we might see on the upcoming flagship device from Samsung.

Individual information on those features could be seen before, but the most recent update gives additional information or confirmation. For instance, Directors View will allow users to switch between different lenses even while recording video. On the other hand, the pixel picture boot app uses AI to decide the best shot to take while taking selfies or panoramic shots. Also, mobile filmmakers will be glad that Samsung will also provide Pro mode when they will record videos.

The focus of the APK teardowns is not only on the Galaxy S20. There are reports that Galaxy Fold 2 will support rapid charging of 25 W to 45 W. And there is evidence over the internet regarding the same.

As we know that these are just leaks and rumors, and there is no surety that these features will arrive on the next Galaxy flagship from Samsung. So what we can do is just wait until Samsung makes some of the official announcements.

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