Revealed details of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra paint an impressive picture

Early renders of the Galaxy S20. (Source: OnLeaks)
Early renders of the Galaxy S20. (Source: OnLeaks)
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the big bad wolf of the Galaxy S20 series, as it represents Samsung's attempt at throwing everything but the kitchen sink at the competition. Details of the device have now surfaced.
Ricci Rox,

Samsung will unveil its next set of flagships, the Galaxy S20 series, next month. The series will have three models, with the most expensive, most feature-packed of the lot being the S20 Ultra. Details of the device have now surfaced, painting a rather impressive picture.

According to sources, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will have a display in the region of 6.9". That makes it even bigger than than the Galaxy Note 10+. The display will, of course, be a QHD+ one, with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Sadly, going by new reports, users will not be able to use a QHD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate at the same time.

The S20 Ultra will be powered by a 5000 mAh battery, with 45W fast-charge giving the phone a full charge in just 74 minutes. Storage starts at 128 GB, and goes up to 512 GB, with an option for 256 GB in-between. There's also going to be MicroSD support, going up to 1 TB. 12 GB of RAM is standard, with an option for 16 GB.

The main camera will be a 108 MP sensor that uses 9-to-1 pixel-merging to output a pixel size of 2.4μm and a final shot with a 12 MP resolution. The telephoto setup uses a 48 MP sensor paired with a periscope lens to supposedly deliver 10x optical zoom. The ultra-wide-angle is said to be a 12 MP shooter.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-01-16 (Update: 2020-01-16)
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