Published: Tue, January 14, 2020
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These Rumored Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Specs Are Insane

These Rumored Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Specs Are Insane

The reliably sharp folks at XDA Developers recently posted alleged images of Samsung's newest smartphone from the front and back.

The name is seemingly confirmed by a photo of the phone turning on, which is when Samsung phones display their name and model number.

The camera setup will use the same 12-megapixel primary sensor and 10-megapixel selfie alternative.

Furthermore, XDA Developers' Max Weinbach had a leak to reveal about the memory specs of the S20 Ultra, the range topping version of the S20 series. The report mentions that there will be some 4G variants of the Galaxy S20, but those are most likely using Samsung's Exynos SoC and meant for worldwide markets.

We've known for some time that Samsung is going to be launching three versions of its new flagship phones - the Galaxy S20. While you probably wouldn't shoot at full resolution with those first two cameras (their pixels are likely to be combined for the sake of low-light shots), image detail might be a non-issue in the right circumstances. The startup screen that can be seen on the leaked photos immediately reveals the name. Along with that, the phones will come with a 64MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens. The Snapdragon 865 with 5G requires more components than last year's Snapdragon 855 with 4G, so it would not surprise us to see phones that are more expensive and power-hungry. That would be missing the point, though, because the Galaxy Z Flip is all about style that you can use.

The Galaxy S20+ will feature a 12MP rear camera The slightly smaller (and presumably cheaper) Galaxy S20+ is going to feature a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display per today's information. USA versions of the device are expected to come fitted with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset while other territories could be granted Samsung's in-house Exynos 990 processor.

If the latest S20 leak has got you itching to run out and upgrade your device, don't worry.

Among all the commotion that happened at CES, Samsung announced that the next Galaxy Unpacked Event will take place on February 11th in San Francisco.

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