For the past few weeks, we’d been hearing a lot on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 flagship series which is slated to be unveiled on February 11th next month.
Most of the recent leaks and rumors however, focused predominantly on the Galaxy S20+. These of course include the hands-on video of the Galaxy S20+, as well as some juicy details pertaining to it’s internal.
Right now, courtesy of the folks over at 91Mobiles, we’re finally treated to the first official renders of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. In case you do not know, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is the highest-end model within the upcoming Galaxy S20 flagship series.
Starting with it’s front panel, we could see that the Galaxy S20 Ultra will have slightly reduced curvatures along the two sides of it’s display. This is due to the fact that the Korean smartphone maker has opted for a 2.5D glass panel, instead of the typical 3D glass panels which we saw among the earlier Galaxy “S” series smartphones.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra will however, continue to utilize an Infinity-O display which is said to measure 6.9-inch diagonally. It’s front display is also rumored to support up to 120GHz refresh rate this time round.
Moving on to it’s rear panel, this is where things start to get really interesting. The Galaxy S20 Ultra will feature a pretty huge rectangular camera module that houses a total of four camera sensors.
These camera sensors include an impressive 108 megapixels primary shooter, 12 megapixels ultra-wide-angle camera, a ToF sensor, as well as 48 megapixels periscope camera.
No doubt, the periscope camera of the Galaxy S20 Ultra will the main highlight for the device. It is said to be able to support up to 10x optical zoom, 30x lossless zoom, as well as 100x digital zoom (aka Space Zoom).
Earlier on, XDA’s @MaxWinebach had also shed some lights pertaining to it’s specifications. According to him, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will have up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB native storage space. This could be further expanded by up to 1TB with the use of microSD card.
Under the hood, there will be a respectable 5,000mAh which support 45W fast-charging capable of bringing the device from 0 to 100% within 74 minutes.
The global variant of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is expected to be driven by an Exynos 990 SoC, while the European model will utilize the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC.
The device is tipped to come with a hefty price tag starting from EUR1,349 (US$1,488).