This Galaxy S20 camera guide explains when to use Galaxy S20 burst mode, how to enable Galaxy S20 burst mode, how to take burst photos on Galaxy S20, and how to manage photos taken in the b burst mode.
Galaxy S10 with Android 10 update also use the same gesture to take photos in the burst mode. So, this guide applies to both Galaxy S20 (all three models) and Galaxy S10 with Android 10 update.
When do you need to take burst shot photos with Galaxy S20 burst mode?
Galaxy S20 burst mode can take up to 100 photos successively to help you capture the important moments.
Normally, you can later select a few of the burst shot photos that capture the moment you want to.
You may use the burst mode during an event when the object is moving, or the background is changing, or the scene is brief.
Some Galaxy S20 owners may use the burst shot photos to make animations or even videos, which usually look better than the recorded video for the same event.
Please note, all photos taken in the Galaxy S20 burst mode are always saved in the phone storage even you set the photo storage location to the SD card in Galaxy S20 camera settings.
Galaxy S20 burst mode ios NOT listed with other Galaxy S20 camera modes because it requires a special gesture.
How to take burst shot photos with Galaxy S20 burst mode?
In old Galaxy phones, you can hold the shutter button to take burst shot photos.
But this is not the case for Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra.
On Galaxy S20, you have to swipe down from the shutter button to enter Galaxy S20 burst mode. Galaxy S20 will stop taking burst shot photos once you release your finger from the screen.
The gesture feels like swipe down the shutter button, then hold, as shown below.