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Galaxy S20: Leaked Specs Highlight Top-Tier Hardware

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Jan. 18, 2020

Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S20 , Galaxy S20+ , and Galaxy S20 Ultra next month. It didn't actually confirm these smartphones are debuting at the Unpacked event , but leaks indicate what'll go official.
Photographs of the Galaxy S20+ surfaced online in recent days, and now we're able to understand what Samsung will offer across its flagship in terms of specifications. The latest leak exposes alleged specifications belonging to all three models. In a blog post published by MySmartPrice , insider Ishan Agarwal reveals what to expect from each. Top-tier hardware will push cutting-edge features that defeat what's on the market today.
Between the three models, Samsung will share some capabilities. All of them will sport Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED displays. In addition, they'll achieve WQHD+ (3200x1400) resolution and up to a 120Hz refresh rate. Some rumors suggest the refresh rate will require Full HD+ resolution, but nothing in the leaked spec sheet clarifies that.
Here's the entire rundown alleged specifications, courtesy of Agarwal:
Samsung won't ditch its in-house chips. The Exynos 990 gets listed here. In the United States, however, the trio should pack Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 800 series chip. Both variants should support identical features. Storage starts at 128GB for the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+, but the Galaxy S20 Ultra might carry an additional 512GB capacity. MicroSD card slots for up to 1TB of additional storage are mentioned in this leak, too.
Multi-camera setups return, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra raises the bar with a 108MP primary sensor , a 48MP telephoto sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, and built-in time-of-flight sensors. If you choose the Galaxy S20+, you'll get a 12MP primary sensor joined by a 64MP telephoto sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, and the same time-of-flight sensors as its larger sibling. The Galaxy S20 ditches the latter array of sensors, and all three models are capable of 8K/30fps video recording.
Up front, the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+ capture selfies with 10MP sensors. Samsung upgrades to 40MP on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, though. They're all capable of 4K/60fps video recording. Overall, these three smartphones also have IP68 water resistance.
Battery capacities, meanwhile, differ between all three as well. Samsung inserted 4000mAh and 4500mAh batteries inside the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+, respectively. The Galaxy S20 Ultra draws its energy from a gigantic 5000mAh battery. Given all the software-side optimizations, Samsung's smartphones should run for at least a whole day before begging for juice.
One UI 2.0 is running on the Galaxy S20 series, and it's based on Android 10. Samsung will push 5G connectivity as a key feature, too.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip on February 11. In addition, the South Korean company might roll out a fresh pair of wireless earbuds and a Tizen-based smartwatch. Surprises are likely, and everything Samsung announces should go up for pre-order within hours or a few days of the Unpacked event's conclusion.
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