Samsung Galaxy ‘S20’ Leaks Confirmed

Images of the latest Samsung Electronics’ flagship smartphone ‘Galaxy S20’, which is expected to be released next month, was leaked for the first time.

There was a lot of speculation as to whether the brand name was going to be ‘Galaxy S11’ or ‘S20’, but the leaked images gives possible confirmation of the name ‘Galaxy S20’.

In the initial leaked pictures, the word ‘Galaxy S20 + 5G’ is displayed, which gave indications that the next name would be called ‘Galaxy S20’. Based on recent leaks, the product will be adopting the ‘Hall Display’, which is filled with the entire display except the front camera, and it is also known as ‘induction type’ with four cameras on the back. The cameras are believed to have 108-megapixel main rear camera, coupled with a 48-megapixel camera with 10x optical zoom, and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor.

“The camera hole is smaller than the Galaxy Note 10,” said an XDA Developer. “Unlike the S10, there is no Bixby (Samsung’s own artificial intelligence assistant) button.”

The Galaxy ‘S20’ series is also expected to be equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate display. The refresh rate is measured by how many frames can be displayed per second. Currently, the Galaxy S10 has a refresh rate of 60Hz, showing 60 frames per second (fps). When the refresh rate is increased to 120Hz, it displays 120 frames per second, giving users a much smoother experience when watching or playing video games.

In terms of storage space, the ‘S20’ will have 12/16GB of RAM, 128/256/512GB of storage and an SD card slot with support for memory cards with up to 1TB of capacity. Finally, the phone will have a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging.

Samsung Electronics is expected to hold ‘Samsung Galaxy Unpack 2020’ event in San Francisco USA on February 11th (local time) and unveil the Galaxy S20 series and foldable phone with clamshell design. The industry expects the new foldable phone to be called the Galaxy Z Flip.