Samsung has a history of bestowing new camera features on older devices and that might be the case with the Galaxy S21‘s excellent Director View mode.
According to T-Mobile’s support page for the Galaxy S20, the feature, which enables users to record photos and videos from multiple cameras at once, is scheduled to arrive on the 2020 handset. The network features a guide to using the Director’s View on the Galaxy S20, despite it remaining exclusive to the Galaxy S21 range right now.
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