Revealed photos and configuration of Galaxy S20

All three models are equipped with Infinity-O screens with selfie cameras located in the holes in the center.

Samsung is expected to launch three new high-end smartphone versions on February 11 in San Francisco (USA). Instead of the usual S11e, S11 and S11 + like last year, this year Samsung has a new name for the Galaxy S series, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra.

All three models are equipped with Infinity-O screens with selfie cameras located in the holes in the center. The trio of new Samsung smartphones all have high-frequency scanning panels 120 Hz, for moving images and smooth touch. The difference in these 3 models is in the screen size with S20 (6.2inch), S20 + (6.7inch) and S20 Ultra (6.9inch).

Galaxy S20 series is equipped with a main camera system consisting of 3 lenses located in a large rectangular black frame. However, there will be differences in camera arrangement for each model.

 

The main camera cluster of the most advanced S20 Ultra is a 108-megapixel main camera, a 10x 48-megapixel super zoom camera and an ultra-wide angle camera.

All three models are equipped with Exynos 990 or Snapdragon 865 chip, RAM capacity from 8GB. The batteries of Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra have capacities of 3,730, 4,300 and 4,900 mAh, respectively.

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The trio of new Samsung products are priced from 799, 999 and 1,099 USD respectively.

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