It happens every year: a few weeks before the presentation of the new S series phones from Samsung, numerous online leaks reveal almost all the details of the South Korean manufacturer's new range.
The premiere handset will be the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra that boasts a massive 6.9-inch screen.
It would certainly give Samsung another innovative device to talk about during 2020 and - at the least - gives us further confirmation of the Galaxy Z Flip name we've heard from various sources. Coming at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, this is the same event in which we're expecting the Samsung Galaxy S20 to be unveiled as well. That'd be the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+, or Galaxy S20 Plus. On the other hand, Samsung is not expected to offer more than 128 GB of storage for each of its smartphones; this could be extended by adding a microSD card. The new line will have three different models: the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.
Taking the lead will be a 108-megapixel primary camera that supports 30x hybrid zoom and 100x digital zoom with the help of a 48-megapixel 10x periscope alternative. The resulting photos would be so rich in detail, for example, that small sections could be magnified and recropped without loss of clarity. It will include 8K video recording and 3X optical zoom plus a 10MP selfie shooter that can do 4K 60fps video recording. It could also offer a 2-megapixel macro lens. The premium flagship phones are expected to arrive as 5G phones as per a recent leak.
MySmartPrice also hints at more powerful batteries for more autonomy and faster recharging. The cameras are the same as the S20, but adds a ToF 3D camera in the rear.
We came across a new leak that shows an promo poster for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z foldable phone, depicting dual-hinge design that allows it to unfold in a Z-shaped manner.