The Galaxy S20 Ultra will be Samsung's premium smartphone from the beginning of the year. On board the Exynos 9830 chipset with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of memory
Change of plan at home Samsung: the next top of the range will not be the Galaxy S11, but the Galaxy S20. To launch the bomb is the well-known journalist IceUniverse through a tweet published a few days ago. The news has also found confirmation in circles close to the South Korean company that intends to give a svecchiata to its most famous smartphone.
The choice would be only marketing, nothing to do with features or innovative design. Samsung wants to equate the name of the device to the year of release: the smartphone will be released in 2020 and therefore will be called Galaxy S20. No news, however, regarding the number of devices: they will be three, like last year. And next to the basic version there will be a low-cost and a premium one that will have a greater number of cameras and will be more powerful. Another novelty concerns the name of the devices: it could disappear the Galaxy S20e (the lowcost model) to make room for the Galaxy S20 Ultra. A change only of "adjective" but that does not bring substantial novelties to the devices.
What will be called the next top of the range smartphones from Samsung
Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. These should be the names chosen by Samsung for its upcoming top of the line devices. It starts with the Galaxy S20 that will not be the base model, but the low-cost version, similar to last year's Galaxy S10e. The Galaxy S20+, on the other hand, will be the top-of-the-line model, the base version on which the next Galaxy S family will be based. Finally, there will be a new entry, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, a premium version that will differ from the others to be more powerful and with a greater number of cameras.
Galaxy S20 Ultra, the features
It will be the largest and most expensive among the Galaxy S20 launched by Samsung in February. We're talking about the Galaxy S20 Ultra, a device that will feature a 6.9-inch diagonal screen with QuadHD+ resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. On board there will be the Exynos 9830 chipset with to support at least 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory.
The photographic compartment will be the strong point of the smartphone. At the rear should find place as many as five photo sensors, with the main one of 108 Megapixel, wide-angle 20 Megapixel and periscope lens with up to 5x zoom. The last two sensors are for macro and depth of field photos, respectively. At the front, there will be room for as many as two cameras. The design should be similar to the Galaxy S10, with the hole on the screen. At least 4000mAh battery.