Samsung is announcing the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra at an event on February 11 (alongside the Galaxy Z Flip), and lately we’ve seen a lot of leaks about the company’s upcoming flagship family. Nothing beats a full spec sheet, though, and today this is exactly what got leaked.
So here’s what you can expect. Note that these are all 5G versions, and specifically the ones headed to Europe and other places where Samsung doesn’t generally use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipsets.
This model comes with a 6.2″ 1440×3200 Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED screen with 20:9 aspect ratio and a centered punch-hole housing a 10 MP selfie camera with support for 4K video recording at 60fps. The panel supports 120Hz refresh rate, but earlier rumors mentioned that you’ll have to choose between that and the maximum resolution – as it will only be enabled if you switch to the lower 1080×2400.
The phone is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 990 chipset that’s built using a 7nm process, and it gets 128GB of storage that’s expandable via microSD. There’s no word on the RAM amount, but past rumors talked about 12GB being the standard.
On the rear the S20 has three cameras: a 12 MP wide, a 64 MP telephoto capable of 3x optical zoom (and up to 30x digital zoom), as well as a 12 MP ultrawide. You can record 8K video at 30fps.
The device has Dolby Atmos stereo speakers by AKG, a 4,000 mAh battery, IP68 water and dust resistance, and it runs Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top. Its dimensions are 152x68x7.9mm, and it weighs 164g.
This handset is very similar to the S20, but bigger – and with an added ToF 3D camera on the back. It’s got a 6.7″ display with the same resolution, refresh rate, and design as the S20’s, and a 4,500 mAh battery. Its dimensions are 162x74x7.8mm, and it weighs 188g. Everything else is the same.