We know that the Galaxy S20 line will be officially announced on February 11th. However, thanks to the numerous leaks, virtually every detail regarding Samsung's upcoming flagships has already been revealed, leaving little (if any) surprise for the event to take place in San Francisco.
Now, with a few days to go until the announcement, a new real image of the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra has been published on the internet, confirming the rear design we saw in renderings and other leaks. All models were placed side by side, but the rectangular camera module was blurred. Still, we can see that they differ slightly in size.
Regarding the specifications, reports indicate that the Galaxy S20, the most "accessible" model in the line, will be launched with a 6.2 "Dynamic AMOLED screen. It should be sold in colors: Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.
In the camera department, three sensors are expected at the rear, the main one being 12MP, the telephoto side 64MP with 3x optical zoom, and the wide angle side 12MP. The front camera adds 10MP, being able to shoot in 4K at 60fps, while the rear camera achieves 8K at 30fps.
To keep the device on, we have a 4,000 mAh battery. In software, the OneUI 2.0 interface based on Android 10 must be factory installed.
Anyway, we will have to wait for the event to arrive on February 11th to confirm (or not) this information, although everything points out that this is really the hardware of this device.
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