We are barely two weeks away from the Samsung’s Unpacked 2020 event to be held on February 11. The South Korean giant will launch its much-awaited Galaxy S20 series and no doubt the series has already received an overwhelming amount of rumors, leaks, and whatnot. Adding to the wagon, we have what appears to be an official-looking advert for the Galaxy S20 series.
Thanks to an image tweeted by a reputed leakster Evan Blass, the image shows the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20+, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Buds+ in their full glory. The image looks pretty convincing and in fact, the image is an official-looking teaser from Samsung with all the branding and other details added to it.
If it turns out to be an actual teaser, Samsung Galaxy S20 series will certainly look doubt with its quad-camera setup. The image even showcases the humongous 100X zoom branding on Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra that will use a large 108MP sensor to achieve the same.
Samsung launched its Galaxy S10 series last year and this year, it is certain that the upcoming lineup is Galaxy S20 series that will be introduced with at least three models i.e. Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. It is also confirmed that the Galaxy S20 series will reach Canada as well with their 5G counterparts as confirmed by the Canadian government database called Radio Equipment List (REL).
The rumored size of the screens that Galaxy S20 series will have are 6.2-inch, 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch punch-hole displays where the standard model will arrive with a triple 12MP primary, 64MP telephoto, and 12MP ultra-wide lens followed by quadruple-camera sensors on S20+ and S20 Ultra which includes a ToF sensor, 108MP primary sensor, 10x zoom 48MP telephoto and 12MP ultra-wide sensor. Talking about Galaxy Buds+, it will, of course, be more powerful than its predecessors along with a big battery but it won’t get adaptive noise cancellation feature so that’s a bit of a bummer.
We already know a lot of details about the upcoming Galaxy S20 series so it will be amazing to see it unfold at the official Unpacked 2020 event.
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