samsung galaxy s20

There have been lots of buzzes revolving around the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 and the same still goes on. A recent leak by a tipster Ishan Agarwal details the full specifications of all the three models of the Galaxy S20 series and the same got covered extensively on MySmartPrice.

Samsung Galaxy S20 is scheduled to launch on February 11, 2020 at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event in San Francisco at 11 a.m. PST alongside the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. There’s barely 3 to 4 weeks to go for the device to be officially announced and the hype is only heading towards northward.

Going through the list of the specs, we found that the whole lineup of Galaxy S20 smartphone will feature the latest 120Hz AMOLED display and Exynos 990 processor and will run on Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top of it.

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samsung galaxy s20 specifications

Galaxy S20 Ultra variant will be the only device in the S20 series to come packed with a 108-megapixel camera that will support upto 8K video recording at 30 FPS and upto 4K video recording at 60 FPS. Also, display size remains the largest on Galaxy S20 Ultra with a noticeable difference. It could be noted that there’s an increment of 500 mAh in battery capacity through the base model to the highest model.

Galaxy S20 Ultra will get a 40-megapixel wide front camera while the rest two devices will get a 10-megapixel camera with support of upto 4K video recording at 60 FPS.

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Details on the device’s RAM cannot be seen anywhere in the list but it is expected that the highest-end variant will get 16 GB RAM.

On Jan 13, Max Weinbach of XDA Developers had published a similar specs sheet specifically of Galaxy S20 Ultra which highly matches with this leak details.

Although, the leaks will keep on getting floated on the internet until the official launch. We are skeptical of the authenticity of this leaked information and take it with a pinch of salt until it’s officially launched and we get one of the devices in hand.

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