Samsung Galaxy S20 leaks have been raining off late and its now nearly getting tad tiring to try and keep up with them as we get close to launch. A more sensible option to record 4K video at 60FPS and with stabilization will also be offered, and the flagship S20 Ultra is claimed to boast a huge 108-megapixel main image sensor. The new Galaxy Buds earbuds are said to come without active noise cancellation, though.
Samsung's next line-up Galaxy series may be launched later next month, but leaks and speculations around the much-hyped flagship phone, Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra are spreading all over social media platform.
Because the 108MP photos taken with the Galaxy S20 Ultra is expected to be at least 20MB in size.
On the back, you'll find three or four camera lenses, arranged in rectangular, vertical modules placed on the left. The phone also appears to have an Infinity-O Display (the company speak for a hole-punch display panel). Are you thinking about going with the Galaxy S20? The report has also revealed key details of the smartphone.
The rated battery capacity of the Galaxy S20 Plus is 4,500mAh. The latest leak came in the form of a hands-on video that can be seen below. The phone has an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner & a 4,500mAh battery with 25W Fast Charging.
The in-display fingerprint sensor is ultrasonic, not optical.
The above shown screenshot reveals that the Galaxy S20+ has a toggle for 120Hz settings. There is a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
Samsung's Galaxy S10, which uses similar technology, found itself at the center of controversy when customers pointed out that the technology - meant to enable biometric security - was both slow and easily fooled. An image showcasing the height changes has also been leaked online. Even the front 32MP camera sensor is the same. The same selfie camera can be found on Samsung Galaxy S10 an Note 10 as well. In line with the leaker, the common Galaxy S20 will function as a 12MP predominant digicam, a 64MP telephoto digicam, and a 12MP extremely broad-angle lens. However, SamMobile reports that there won't be ANC on the new model.
The current Galaxy Fold handset is priced at almost $2,000 which is not an amount most people are willing to pay and is not accessible to a larger segment of the population.