Shortly after the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra official renders were leaked, German publisher Winfuture.de now joins the scene with a series of Galaxy S20 renders, depicting the device in a trio of color options including Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.
In terms of it’s front design, the Galaxy S20 sports a pretty similar design ethos as the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. It will feature a nearly flat panel as Samsung has opted for a 2.5D glass panel over the 3D glass panels which were dominant among the past Galaxy “S” series smartphones.
We will still see a familiar Infinity-O display which is said to support to support up to 120GHz screen refresh rate. Among the three devices, the Galaxy S20 has the smallest screen display size measuring around 6.2-inch.
Flipping the device over, we will see a rectangular camera module which resembles that of the recently announced Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite. There will be a total of 3 camera sensors and a LED flash in the camera compartment.
According to reports, the three cameras are widely believed to be a 12 megapixels wide sensor, 64 megapixels telephoto shooter, as well as a 12 megapixels ultra-wide-angle camera.
Unlike the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Galaxy S20 will not be able to support the highly-anticipated 100x “Space Zoom” feature due to the omission of the periscope camera.
Pricing-wise, it’s 5G model is expected to cost between €900 to €1000 according to @MaxWinebach from xda-developers.
In the coming weeks, we’ll definitely hear more about the Galaxy S20 flagship series prior to it’s official launch on February 11th.