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Technology Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra specs leak points to a mighty powerful (and pricey) handset

19:00  14 january  2020
19:00  14 january  2020 Source:   techradar.com

Galaxy S10 Lite should be just as powerful as the most expensive Galaxy S10

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According to Weinbach, the Galaxy S 20 Ultra will offer a version with 16GB of RAM alongside the standard 12GB model Interestingly, the post makes a point of noting that the handset will sport a microSD card slot with support for up to 1TB, suggesting that all S 20 models below the S 20 Ultra will

Now, we have leaked specs for what some are calling a Samsung Galaxy S 20 Ultra , which at this point could be real for all we know. It is possible that Samsung is taking the route Apple took in 2019 and releasing just three models this year: a standard Galaxy S 20 (akin to an iPhone 11), a Galaxy

Earlier today, a leak suggested that all Samsung Galaxy S11 (or S20) devices will boast 12GB of RAM, including the range's entry-level handset.

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Of course, we've also heard rumors that the South Korean electronics giant is saving its biggest advancements this year for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – a new uber-flagship that's expected to be a marked step-up from the Galaxy S20 Plus in terms of camera and hardware.

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Now, we might have a good idea of what we can expect of both, with Max Weinbach of XDA Developers following his real-world images leak from yesterday by tweeting an alleged list of Galaxy S20 Ultra specs, suggesting a handset that's almost too beastly for any mere mortal to make good use of.

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Rumors for the Galaxy S 20 have mentioned a no-holds-barred Ultra model, but just what would that entail? You could also expect up to 512GB of built-in storage, plus more thanks to a microSD slot. Provided the Ultra leaks are accurate, you'll hear more about the phone at Samsung 's Unpacked

The Samsung Galaxy S 20 is on its way and leaks have been rolling out this week. Today, we’ve got a short spec list for the Galaxy S 20 Ultra and it’s going to be pretty crazy. Nomad case for Pixel 3. According to Max Weinbach, the author responsible for some recent leaks over at XDA

According to Weinbach, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will offer a version with 16GB of RAM alongside the standard 12GB model, along with 128GB, 256GB and 512GB internal storage options.

Interestingly, the post makes a point of noting that the handset will sport a microSD card slot with support for up to 1TB, suggesting that all S20 models below the S20 Ultra will drop expandable storage entirely.

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The Galaxy S 20 launch is only a few weeks away, which means that Galaxy S 20 rumors are only going to get worse. Well-known leaker Ice Universe posted the S 20 camera specs for all three handsets , seemingly confirming We might not have the S 20 Ultra 5G’s screen size mentioned in these leaks

New Samsung Galaxy S 20 leaks reveal powerfully specced phones and advanced camera modes. First off, more detailed S 20 Ultra specs made their way around the internet today. Aside from the 108MP camera which we already heard about, the device will also ship with up to 16GB of

As for the device's camera, Weinbach claims the Galaxy S20 Ultra will boast a staggering 108MP main sensor, complemented by a 48MP sensor with 10x optical zoom, and a 12MP ultra-wide lens. We imagine the fourth sensor in the device's reported quad camera package will be of the time-of-flight (ToF) variety.

Additionally, users can expect fantastic battery life from the device, with the list noting a 5,000mAh battery (Samsung's biggest to date) with 45W fast charging capability (0-100% charge in 74 minutes, according to Weinbach).

Too much of a good thing?

While we'd certainly be very happy if the list above proves to be accurate, we have to wonder if many of those specs could be considered overkill on Samsung's part – it's hard to imagine a real-world situation where 16GB of RAM on a handset would be necessary, and will people really be taking billboard-sized photos from their smartphone?

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Word has it that Samsung might not match the Galaxy S 20 's 120Hz refresh rate mode with WQHD+ screen resolution. While not everyone can tell the difference at 90Hz, for those that do it’s hard to go back to a regular 60Hz display. I experienced this when I briefly used the OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy

The new Samsung Galaxy S 20 series could feature Galaxy S 20 + and Galaxy S 20 Ultra . This applies to all the Galaxy S 20 models including the Galaxy S 20 + and Galaxy S 20 Ultra . Multiple leaks and rumours indicate that Samsung will not launch an ‘e’ version this year like the Galaxy S 10e.

That said, those storage options sound fantastic, and it's hard to argue with a massive battery and super-fast charging. Our only real concern is that with great power comes an even greater price tag – while there's no word on official pricing yet, we have to imagine a handset with those specs will be quite expensive indeed.

Of course, we're still in the realm of rumor at this stage, so take everything you read above with a pinch of salt. We'll get more concrete details when Samsung launches its new flagship phone range at its upcoming Unpacked event on February 11.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra could be an iPhone killer, and it looks stunning in these images .
Earlier this week, leaked benchmark test results from a Geekbench 5.1 test run on the unreleased Samsung Galaxy S20+ revealed something disappointing, but not at all surprising. Samsung's upcoming S20+ includes bleeding-edge specs such as a new Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB of RAM, and the fastest available storage, but the upcoming new 2020 flagship still isn't even as fast or as powerful as Apple's iPhones from last year. And since Samsung'sIt’s certainly not the end of the world and the phone should offer improved performance compared to the Galaxy S10 series.

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