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Tech & Science Big Leak Gives Us The Best Look At The Galaxy S20 Yet

13:41  14 january  2020
13:41  14 january  2020 Source:   gizmodo.com.au

The Samsung Galaxy S11 Has A Launch Date

  The Samsung Galaxy S11 Has A Launch Date Samsung has officially announced February 11 as the date for its Unpacked event, where it will unveil its new line of Galaxy S11 smartphones. It will take place in San Francisco at 11am PT, making it 6am AEDT on February 12 here at home. After a leaked promo video revealing the date appeared on Twitter over the weekend, Samsung sent out official invitations on Sunday, mirroring the leak's visuals and confirming the date. Samsung has already purged this from their Vimeo, so I think it's fair to say how I found it. On Samsung's press page, they will sometimes embed Vimeo links to clips like this. It helps with embeding and such. https://t.

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And now just a few days later, some big leaks have given us a more detailed look at Samsung’s next major phone. Starting on the back of the phone, we can see four rear cameras along with a flash and what looks like a microphone hole similar to what Samsung employed on the Galaxy Note 10.

a bunch of different cell phones: Photo: Max Weinbach© Photo: Max Weinbach Photo: Max Weinbach

Among all the commotion that happened at CES, Samsung announced that the next Galaxy Unpacked Event will take place on February 12 in San Francisco. And now just a few days later, some big leaks have given us a more detailed look at Samsung’s next major phone.

While all the previous leaks were renders, according to leaked photos of actual devices posted by Max Weinbach and XDA Developers, it appears we now have confirmation that Samsung is going with the Galaxy S20 name (as opposed to simply sticking with Galaxy S11).

Starting on the back of the phone, we can see four rear cameras along with a flash and what looks like a microphone hole similar to what Samsung employed on the Galaxy Note 10. While the big rectangular module looks a bit clunky, the rest of the S20's back doesn’t deviate much from previous Galaxy S phones, featuring a large swath of smooth, polished glass and round corners. And while it’s subtle, you can also see that the Galaxy S20 sports a volume rocker on its side, along with a second button for locking the phone or summoning a digital assistant.

New leak tells us exactly how big the Galaxy S20 phones are

  New leak tells us exactly how big the Galaxy S20 phones are The Galaxy S20 series will be unveiled on February 11th, but the Galaxy S10 successors will hardly have any secrets left by the time Samsung introduces them on stage. This week alone brought us a few major leaks, as we’ve learned even more details about the specs of the three phones, and saw the first photos and videos of actual Galaxy S20 prototypes. The new naming scheme of the phones has also been confirmed by various sources, and we now know the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra will be the direct successors of the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+. Yes, the name change might confuse some fans, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll know what to expect from the new S20 models.

The Galaxy S 10 also happens to feature facial recognition according to the Redditor, although he wasn’t able to say whether the handset has The Galaxy S 10 series will be unveiled on February 20th, which gives us just over a month to learn more Galaxy S 10 secrets from leaks like this one.

The Galaxy Note 9 is just a few short weeks away, but there aren’t likely to be any surprises left. When it comes to specs, the Note 9 will pack the same The second photo is where things get interesting as it gives us our best look at the new camera setup for the handset. The Galaxy Note 9 will have a

In front, the Galaxy S20 looks like it’ll come with the same centrally located punch-hole selfie camera Samsung used on the Note 10, and while the S20 does have bezels, they have basically been reduced to slivers of black on top and bottom along with a faint outline running along the outside of the screen.

The specific model shown in the leaks is the Galaxy S20+, which unlike previous years is expected to be positioned in the middle of the Galaxy S20 line, above the standard Galaxy S20 but below the new super-premium Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Speaking of the Galaxy S20 Ultra (which will be available in 4G and 5G variants), Weinback also claims that it will get some seriously beefy specs including up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB of onboard storage (plus a microSD card slot), and a massive 5,000 mAh battery with 45-watt fast charging.

As for its cameras, there seem to be some small differences between the Galaxy S20 Ultra and its claimed 108-MP camera compared to the 12-MP primary cam Ice Universe had previously stated as being featured in the Galaxy S20 and S20+.

Same goes for the Ultra’s 10X telephoto zoom camera, which has been a long-rumoured featured many expect Samsung to include on the S20 line, which offers a much bigger zoom than the 3x telephoto cam Weinbach claims that standard S20 and S20+ will get.

Regardless, with the Galaxy S20's launch less than a month away, we expect a lot more leaks to surface before it’s official debut on February 12. So stay tuned for more updates and official hands-on from Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked Event on February 12.

Samsung's Galaxy S20 and S20+ will get an all-new camera sensor .
Samsung's Galaxy S20 and S20+ will get an all-new camera sensor image 1 Samsung's next phones are now looking almost certain to be called the Galaxy S20 line, but between the three likely models, the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra, there are still a bunch of technical details up in the air. Samsung is expected to announce the phones in detail at its Unpacked event on 11 February, and one of the key areas of interest lies in the phones' cameras, long a key battleground in the smartphone platform war. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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