We don't expect the design style to be too different.
No enterprise device is complete without security features and the XCover Pro obviously supports all of Samsungs various Knox enterprise security tools and access to the phone itself is controlled by both a facial recognition system and a fingerprint reader that's built into the power button.
The website then went a step further and shared specifications for the S20+ that the leaker had access to. Samsung has been tipped to be planning the introduction of a new 108-megapixel sensor for the handset in addition to a new telephoto module capable of delivering a 5x optical zoom. Samsung has been one of Redmond's most consistent collaborators.
Another discovery from our source is the confirmation of the 120Hz display. This is expandable up to 512GB using a microSD card. That puts it squarely into "gaming phone" territory (it won't be marketed as gaming phone, though), but there might be a pretty big caveat-the high refresh rate will not apply to the phone's native resolution.
One thing is for sure, this phone will be a beast, and likely an overkill as a phone, but with Samsung's Dex strategy perhaps there is a reason to have a phone with specs that are boarding on better than some cheap laptops? With speedy display panels being all the rage in 2020, the Galaxy S20 is also rumored to support a 120Hz display. We have been able to confirm this is true. Samsung could use glass for the top and bottom parts of the screen, and the foldable polymer over the hinge, but hopefully that's not going to be the case.
According to Max Weinbach, who leaked the rear camera specs for the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, the phone will come with a quad-rear camera set-up with a 108MP primary camera which will deliver 12MP shots with 9:1 pixel binning for great low light performance.
Max Weinbach from xda developers, who posted the first S20 + photos online a few days ago, has an nearly complete specification sheet for the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G phone. Since there's only a single camera on the front, we can assume that Samsung's changed the lens on its normal 10MP selfie camera, and is using software magic to crop the image and make it look like a normal angle lens when needed. The certification covers the charger and it reveals the device will present with a 15W fast charger inside the box.