TEKNOKU.me – Some time ago, Samsung is rumored to be changing the name of the successor of the Galaxy S10 line. Not S11, but instead became the Galaxy S20.
In addition to changing the name to Galaxy S20, now there is news that the South Korean smartphone vendor is preparing the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Galaxy S20 Ultra is referred to as the variant with the highest specifications of the Galaxy S20 family.
Usually, the highest series of Samsung’s Galaxy phones are marked with the “Plus” appendage behind, like for example the Galaxy S10 Plus or Galaxy S9 Plus.
However, based on leaks from the case manufacturer, Schnailcase, Samsung is said to be removing the “e” series as the cheapest variant of the Galaxy S20.
Three variants of the Galaxy S20 that will be released are Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Thus, the Galaxy S20 will be the name for the cheapest device in this family. Then the Galaxy S20 Plus will be a device with a slightly more expensive price and the Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the highest variant.
This premium mobile phone is also said to be equipped with 5G connectivity. Galaxy S20 Ultra is said to have a 6.9-inch widescreen.
Based on the leaks that circulated, the three phones will be equipped with Snapdragon 865 chipset. This chipset will be paired with a RAM configuration of 8 GB and 128 GB of storage, Android 10, and a battery capacity of 5,000mAh.
Especially for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, this device is said to be equipped with a 2X telephoto lens. But not yet known in detail the specifications of the camera.
Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra will reportedly be launched on 11 February 2020 along with Galaxy Buds +.
This brand-new flagship device is said to be released in San Francisco, just like the Galaxy S10 family that was introduced earlier in 2019.