We are only a few weeks apart from Samsung‘s Unpacked event that will take place on February 11th, but new leaks have surfaced, detailing the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. The device isn’t called Galaxy S11 as initially thought, but it comes with 5G support, multiple cameras, a massive battery, and additional fast 120Hz screens, as per the numerous speculations.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the big bad wolf of the S20 lineup because it shows Samsung’s attempt at throwing almost everything at its rivals. The Korean tech giant will reveal the next set of flagships, the Galaxy S20 series, the following month.
The flagship series will pack three models, and the most expensive and abundant in features will be the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Several details about the device have now been leaked, depicting a rather remarkable picture.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – Leaked Specs
As per the rumors, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will pack a display in the area of 6.9-inch. That makes it even more massive than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The screen will be a QHD+, with a 120Hz refresh rate. Unfortunately, according to the reports, users will not be able to utilize both the QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate at once.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra will pack a 5000 mAh battery, with 45W fast-charge, which charges the phone fully in only 74 minutes. The first storage version starts at 128GB, goes up to 256GB, and to the latest variant, 512GB storage space. The series will also have microSD support, going up to 1TB, and a standard 12GB of RAM, with an option for 16GB.
The main camera is allegedly a 108 MP sensor that utilizes a 9-to-1 pixel combination to produce a pixel size of 2.4μm and another camera with a 12MP resolution. The telephoto array is a 48MP sensor and a periscope lens to allegedly offer 10x optical zoom. The ultra-wide-angle is reported to be a 12MP shooter.
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