iFixit has posted its teardown of Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 Ultra, and it reveals that the 108-megapixel camera sensor is, as you might expect, really big.
You can get an idea of just how large the sensor is when you compare it to the iPhone 11 Pro’s 12-megapixel primary camera sensor, which iFixit did in the below photo:
As iFixit rightly points out, though, a bigger sensor and more pixels doesn’t necessarily translate to better images. A 108-megapixel sensor means there are 108 million pixels packed into the S20 Ultra’s 9.5mm by 7.3mm sensor, and that many pixels packed into that small of space can sometimes produce noisy images, especially in low-light situations. And in his review of the S20 Ultra,…