- Samsung is set to launch Galaxy S20 on February 11, 2020
- Until recently, it was called as Galaxy S11 by the Industry experts
- Galaxy S20 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SOC on the US variants
- Global variants will use Samsung’s own SOC Exynos
Samsung next flagship device, which we were calling it as Galaxy S11 until now, has been confirmed to be known as Galaxy S20. As per the report, published by XDA Developer Max Weinbach, show the device’s key specifications along with the official name that Samsung has adopted.
Samsung is ready to launch its next flagship device on February 11, 2020. Along with the Galaxy S20, Samsung’s next version of Galaxy Fold is also expected to be launched on the same date.
Recently, a leaked image of the slideshow presentation of the closed-door secret meeting suggests that Galaxy Fold 2 (previous moniker) will be officially known as Galaxy Bloom. Although an official announcement is still awaited from Samsung with more clarity, therefore, this leaked information should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Coming back to the leaked images of Galaxy S20, the device is seen to be packed with Quad camera setup with a 108 Megapixel ISOCELL Sensor which is developed by Samsung.
Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright HMX is one-of-a-kind ultra-high 108Mp mobile image sensor with advanced pixel technologies like ISOCELL Plus and Smart-ISO to produce sharp images with high color fidelity.
Galaxy S20 apparently appears to have 2.5D glass instead of its usual curved glass found in previous Galaxy series of devices. Also, it is worth noting that there is no Bixby button in Galaxy S20 unlike in the earlier S10 series.