The models of the Galaxy S20 line have already been the target of numerous leaks, which revealed practically everything about Samsung's upcoming flagships, such as design and main specifications. Therefore, it appears that the launch event scheduled for February 11 should present virtually no surprise.
Now, with a few days to go before the announcement, Samsung itself made a slip and displayed on a European page (apparently from the Netherlands) the design of the Galaxy S20. The images only confirm everything we saw in other leaks, such as the device's name, a screen with a "hole" centered to house the front camera, and a rectangular module at the rear with three sensors.
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In addition, we can also note that the Galaxy S20 will have a protective case with LEDs, similar to that of the Galaxy S10. Regarding the specifications, rumors point out that this device has a 6.2 "Dynamic AMOLED display. Inside, we have the Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 processor.
In the camera department, as is clear from the images, there are three sensors 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 Galaxy S20 on, a 4,000 mAh battery has been listed, which certainly delivers some fast charging technology. In software, the OneUI 2.0 interface based on Android 10 must be factory installed.
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