Samsung‘s Unpacked event is right around the corner, set to take place on February 11th, but new reports regarding the Galaxy S20 series have appeared on the web. The new leaks detail the lineup features and specs.
The series is not called Samsung Galaxy S11, as previously believed. However, according to the reports, it packs 5G support, has multiple cameras, a big battery, and extra 120Hz screens.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the most elevated model in the Galaxy S20 series, as it clearly shows Samsung’s attempt at packing almost everything a device could have. The tech giant will unveil the next set of flagship earlier in February.
Samsung Galaxy S20 series will feature three different models, with the most expensive and features-full variant being the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Numerous details about the handset have now surfaced, showcasing a rather impressive image.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – Leaked Details
According to the numerous rumors surrounding the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the device will feature a display of about 6.9-inch. The display makes the phone more massive than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The display is, allegedly, a QHD+, and has a 120Hz refresh rate. However, the reports say users will not be able to use both features at the same time.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will feature a 5000 mAh battery, and 45W fast-charge, charging the device completely in 74 minutes. The first storage space variant is a 128GB, the second is a 256GB, and the third goes up to 1TB. The flagship lineup will also pack a microSD port, going up to 1TB, as well as a regular model with 12GB of RAM and the second option of 16GB of RAM.
The primary camera is reportedly a 108 MP sensor that uses a 9-to-1 pixel compound to generate a pixel size of 2.4μm and another camera with a 12 MP resolution. The device’s telephoto setting will allegedly be a 48 MP sensor and a periscope lens to generate a 10x optical zoom. Finally, the ultra-wide-angle lens is rumored to be a 12 MP sensor.