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This is the Galaxy S20 series, and Samsung is betting big on cameras this year

The full-suite of Galaxy S20 devices to be announced next month. (Image source: @ishanagarwal24 & 91mobiles via XDA Developers)
The full-suite of Galaxy S20 devices to be announced next month. (Image source: @ishanagarwal24 & 91mobiles via XDA Developers)
Official renders of the Galaxy S20 series are here, complete with pricing and storage options. Predictably, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the best-equipped of the three devices in the series, with prices ranging from €899 to €1,549.

@ishanagarwal24 was the first leaker to report on the style of the Galaxy S20 Ultra's rear-facing camera housing. Now he is back with 91mobiles to deliver "official renders" of the Galaxy S20 series. We have used quotation marks here as Samsung is yet to confirm the authenticity of them. Nonetheless, Agarwal has made a name for himself in recent years for the accuracy of his leaks, so do not necessarily discount these.

As expected, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is the only one of the three to feature Samsung's "Space Zoom" camera, with the S20 and S20+ having three and four rear-facing sensors, respectively. According to Agarwal, the series will come in the following colours:

  • Galaxy S20: Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink
  • Galaxy S20+: Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey and Cloud Blue
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra: Cosmic Grey and Cosmic Black

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20 series will start at €899 for the S20 4G, with the 5G model costing an additional €100 at €999. Agarwal adds that the S20+ 5G will come in at €1,099, while the S20 Ultra 5G will begin at €1,349 for the 128 GB variant. The series will apparently finish at €1,549 for the 512 GB model. Agarwal stresses that these prices only apply to the EU, so prices for other regions currently remain unknown.

Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy S20 series on February 11 at Galaxy UNPACKED 2020. The launch event will commence at 11:00 PST.

Source(s)

@ishanagarwal24 (1) (2) (3) & 91mobiles via XDA Developers

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Alex Alderson, 2020-01-23 (Update: 2020-01-23)
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