Earlier this week, Samsung introduced its new phones in the S20 family and all phones in the series have the opportunity to record video in 8K resolution. 8K recording, shockingly enough, requires more storage space than when recording in lower resolutions and now we know that the clips need about 600MB per minute. 8K recording also comes with some restrictions that can only be recorded for 5 minutes at a time, which means that the video files will be around 3GB, and recording is only done at 24 fps and it is not possible to use image stabilization.

Marques Brownlee (aka MKBHD) gives his first impressions of the Samsung S20.