Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will reportedly have beastly specs

Leaked photos confirm rumors about Samsung Galaxy S20

This new Samsung phone has a dedicated Microsoft Teams Walkie-Talkie button

Just a couple of days back we reported that Samsung might be calling its next folding phone "Galaxy Z Flip".

The XCover Pro is a welcome expansion of Samsung's business mobility efforts beyond the Galaxy Tab Active series, said Marco Nielsen, vice president of managed mobility services at Stratix, a mobility service provider based in Peachtree Corners, Ga.

Yes, that good old-fashioned technology is not a new technology it seems.

Samsung Electronics Co.'s new flagship Galaxy S series have gone under full makeover including its name, dropping signature curved edges and adding multiple rear cameras, according to leaked imagines circulating online a month before its official launch in February.

A reliable source from the XDA told The Verge that Samsung Galaxy S20 feels largely flat in hand.

The 10x optical zoom is the most ridiculous specification, I can't see how that it practical if it is a fixed zoom. It has 64GB of internal storage and supports memory cards up to 512GB. An article earlier this year at Android Police argued that Chrome OS has stalled out precisely because Android apps are not designed for Chrome OS and the experience of using them in that manner is subpar.

Interestingly, the S20 Ultra opts for a lower-res telephoto sensor than the S20+ and S20-48 MP versus 64 MP. Large amounts of RAM doesn't guarantee that applications are left open in the background, for example. But before the Unpacked 2020 event, we can expect more information and images will be leaked. However, what definitely isn't present on the leaked phone is a macro lens or the much vaunted 108MP sensor.

Foldable phones, 5G connectivity, mobile phones with extreme camera quality are only few of the specs that everyone is looking for in buying a new mobile phone.

Formerly referred to as the Galaxy S11, Samsung has changed its naming convention for the product line - possibly to coincide with the year of release (meaning that the 2021 phone will be called the Galaxy S21). I'm not willing to take a guess until we see actual power consumption figures.

12GB of RAM is now expected as standard across the board.

The 5000 mAh battery and 74-minute charge time should both be welcome, but there's no mention of battery life. It certainly looks like the company has gone for broke on the spec sheet side of the equation.

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