The capability to shoot video at up to 8K resolution is one of the heading functions of Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 series phones. Unsurprisingly, nevertheless, shooting videos in 8K will occupy a great deal of storage area. According to Samsung, a min of 8K footage will call for 600MB of storage.
Along with the high storage need, SamMobile reports that the optimum recording time for 8K videos has been covered at five minutes by Samsung. Another limitation is that 8K recording is just feasible at 24 fps. Even though both Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 and Samsung’s very own Exynos 990 chips support 8K videos at approximately 30 fps, the choice hasn’t been made it possible for on the Galaxy S20 series.
If you obtain the 512GB storage variant of the Galaxy S20 Ultra or the Galaxy S20+, nonetheless, storage space will not be a significant concern. In addition to the ample onboard storage, the phones support microSD cards up to 1TB. That implies you can have a total of 1.5 TB storage space on your Galaxy S20+ or Galaxy S20 Ultra, sufficient to save thousands of 8K videos.