This week, a lot of news was leaked online about the Galaxy S20 Series smart machine (formerly the Galaxy S11). Samsung is interested in offering three versions: the 6.2 / 6.7 / 6.9-inch S20, S20 Plus, and the S20 Ultra model. There are rumors that the S20 and S20 Plus will be available in 4G LTE or 5G versions, while Ultra is only 5G.
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The image above is a model from The Inn Karl, and below is a rendering of OnLeaks that was released a few weeks ago, and the Galaxy S20 real machine may not look the same as it does.
The arrangement and functionality of the Galaxy S20 Ultra rear camera array appears to be different from the S20 and S20 Plus models, which feature a master camera of 12MP s 1.8m.
Yesterday, several anonymous sources leaked real-time images of the Galaxy S20 and spoke to Max Weinbach of XDA Developers.
All three models are said to support a 120Hz refresh rate (much like the OnePlus 8, which was first reported earlier), but the S20 Ultra has a larger screen size.
In the settings menu, users can switch from 1080p (FHD) to UHD (2K) at any time to achieve a better balance between energy consumption and battery life.
With the addition of a 120Hz high refresh rate display and 5G,5G, the battery capacity of the 2020 smart machine is expected to be further enhanced from the 2019 model.
In addition to 12 / 16GB of RAM , 128 / 256 / 512GB / even 1TB ROM, guess the Galaxy S20 Ultra (5G) also has a microSD card slot, built-in 5000mAh battery, and supports 45W fast charging (full in 2 hours).
In terms of sales, Verizon is likely to take on distribution in the U.S. In addition, at least one or two of the three models should support a 5G network connection below 6GHz.