Full Galaxy S20 specs leak highlighting model differentiation
Teenage leakster Ishan Agarwal has managed to get his hands on the complete spec sheet for the upcoming Galaxy S20 series of flagship smartphones from Samsung. Most of the key details have leaked in one form or another, but this is the first time they have been collated in complete form in a single table.
Indian-based leakster Ishan Agarwal has teamed with MySmartPrice to publish the first complete set of specs for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. There aren’t too many surprised left on the list, but this is the first time all the specs have been leaked in full from a single source and tabulated. This gives us the clearest picture yet of what differentiates each model in the range as well as their full dimensions and weight.
The Asian and possibly even Europeans markets looks to be picking up the Samsung Exynos 990 chipset with the rest of the world scoring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, but in all other respects the specs will be identical. As expected, the feature packed Galaxy S20 Ultra model will also be heaviest at 221 grams. However, for a device packing a 6.9-inch display and a 5,000 mAh battery, that is to be expected. The regular 6.2-inch Galaxy S20 will be the lightest at 164 grams but will sport a smaller 4,000 mAh battery accordingly.
One feature that remains consistent across the range, despite display size, is the WQHD+ resolution (320 x 1440). This means the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20 has the most pixel dense display at 563 ppi with S20+ at 525 ppi and the S20 Ultra still over 500 ppi at 511 ppi to be exact. The reality is, of course, the difference will barely be discernable across the range, which is undoubtedly why Samsung opted to go this way. That said, the S20 Ultra will be the model the hardcore enthusiast will be targeting thanks to its incredible array of front and rear cameras.
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