Leaked photos confirm rumors about Samsung Galaxy S20

Joanna Estrada
January 14, 2020

Samsung is no stranger to skipping numbers. The Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is "a sleek, durable and Enterprise-Ready smartphone" ready for use in retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and logistics. No, you don't because it didn't exist after Samsung jumped right from the Note 5 to the explosive Note 7. If these renders from LetsGoDigital's newest 3D artist Snoreyn are even close to reality, that name doesn't do it much justice. The Galaxy S10e will be succeeded by the Galaxy S20, which will be the new entry-level Galaxy S phone.

Most smartphones offer the option of going beyond the limits of hybrid zoom with digital zoom, which essentially crops down an image without software trickery. XDA Developers suggests this mode won't be available at launch, but might be added later, or land on another phone. The boot screen shows the handset's name, which gives the leak credibility.

The photos also indicate the front of the handset has a center hole-punch cutout that reminds us of the selfie shooter on the Galaxy Note 10. Could this finally be the Samsung phone that matches or even tops Apple's iPhones from previous year?

The good news doesn't end.

Finally there's the 12-megapixel ultra-wide angle and the time-of-flight sensor rounding out the picture for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. There are four sensors along with a flash and possibly a microphone.

According to XDA Developers, the Galaxy S20+ 5G won't be the most premium version of the S20 series. We know that Qualcomm will only sell the Snapdragon 865 for 5G phones. But what really justifies the suffix of Ultra is the possibility that the phone might have support for up to a whopping 16GB of RAM.

We've been seeing leaks for the Galaxy S20 series all day today, and now we're getting a set of specs from the device, thanks to Max Weinbach.

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