So the Galaxy S20 Ultra is going to be a camera beast that packs insane hardware which will make sure the device stands out from every smartphone out there. 

But Samsung isn't just focusing on hardware, they are working on the software side as well. One new camera software that we came across today is called Quick take. It allows the phone to take photos from every camera lens at once and then then the phone will allow the user to choose which of the photos they want to keep. 

If you have a smartphone that has multiple cameras which I'm sure almost all of you then you know the hassle of constantly switching between lenses when you’re not sure which will make the best photo in a particular situation.

Thankfully with Quick take, it's not going to be an issue anymore.
The Galaxy S20 will take the photo from every lens and will present to you after it's taken and then you can decide which one to keep, which is a pretty neat software feature that will come in handy in a lot of situations.

Also, the pre-order deal that I've talked about a few days ago where if you order the S20 Plus or S20 Ultra, you would get a free Galaxy Buds Plus. It's also available in Europe too. 

If you pre-order it before 8th of March you'll get it for free which will retail for 170 euros. Also, he says you'll be able to get the handset delivered to you from March 13th onwards.

Let me know what do you think about this down in the comments