It will be a powerhouse: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra specs

Samsung's leaks are currently appearing several times a day as the company prepares to launch the Samsung Galaxy S20 series at Galaxy Unpacked on February 11th.

We now have a few leaks that give us a better picture of the high-end phone, a phone currently called the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and it seems Samsung is out there to get the specs off the chart.

Once again, the specification comes from Max Weinbach on Twitter, saying the S20 Ultra 5G will be available in 128/256/512 GB storage with microSD up to 1 TB.

12GB and 16GB of RAM will be offered for this phone, while the battery weighs 5000mAh, with 45W charging capability.



Other rumors have been that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will be available with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 and swamped with cameras at the back.

These cameras appear to be driven by a 108-megapixel main unit, with a 10-megapixel 10x optical telephoto lens and an ultra-wide 12-megapixel camera. This does not include everything on the back of the phone, along with the flight time sensor. 



We've already heard that Samsung has a periscope rear zoom, which we can only assume here, is a 48-megapixel lens - with other rumors suggesting it will get a 100x hybrid zoom, looking to shoot great cameras for 2019 from Huawei.


All we can get from these numbers is that Samsung will do anything to win the war on specifications, trying to get as many numbers as possible on the datasheet. Whether this makes a good phone or not, we don't know, because the configuration of the normal Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + seems to be different.



It won’t be many days before launch, but we have a feeling we’ll see some leaks until the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is revealed. 



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