Samsung is projected to the take the wraps off the new-generation Galaxy S model later this month, and the closer we get to this moment, the more information emerges through unofficial channels.
What we have here is a clear real-life photo showing the Galaxy S20 Ultra, one of the models that will be included in the new S20 series.
As you can see, the camera bump on the back takes quite a lot of space, but this is probably what Samsung wants in the first place. The South Korean firm is betting big on the camera capabilities of the new model, so this large camera assembly clearly highlights the S20 Ultra is a phone supposed to excel in this regard.
The 100X Space Zoom branding at the bottom of the camera bump has pretty much the same role.
Launch later this month
This photo confirms that the device will feature three rear cameras, as well as 3D ToF camera sensor. An LED flash is also shown in the picture, and so is a microphone cutout that will most likely be used for features like Zoom-In. Previously, it was rumored the Galaxy S20 Ultra would use an 108-megapixel primary sensor alongside other “regular” sensors.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is expected to boast a 6.9-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, so if you’re planning to buy this one, expect a pretty hefty price tag. Of course, Samsung hasn’t yet announced any details officially, but full information on the new Galaxy S20 is projected to be shared at the company’s Unpacked event on February 11.
Most likely, the S20 will go on sale later this month or in early March, with pre-orders to go live shortly after the show.