Looks like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 has another feature with the word “quick” in its name. This time it’s called Quick Take, and it lets you take a shot from all the rear cameras simultaneously when you press the virtual shutter.
Details of the feature came from Twitter user and XDA contributor Max Weinbach. He says that the feature will allow the phone to take shots from two or three of its rear cameras at the same time. You’ll then be able to choose which one to keep. The Samsung Galaxy S20 line is believed to come with a wide-angle and a telephoto shooter to accompany its main unit.
also because you guys totally missed it in the S20 one, the S20 will take pics out of 2 or 3 of the lenses and will let you choose pictures after the fact. It's called Quick Take
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) February 2, 2020
There’s also a similar but more comprehensive feature of the Samsung Galaxy S20 line, called Single Take. This one has the phone take stills and recordings while you’re panning around an environment. Like Quick Take, the images and videos are taken from all three lenses. Supposedly, they are then automatically edited, but there’s not much else to go on regarding this feature. As it is now, the description of the feature is vague at best.
Like Quick Share, it’s unclear for now if this feature is exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S20 line, or if older models will be getting it via a One UI 2.1 update. More importantly, we still need confirmation from Samsung if the new phones will indeed come with this feature. With the Samsung Unpacked event happening next week, it won’t be long before we find out for sure.