The Samsung Galaxy S20 (formerly S11) will be unveiled in an Unpacked case, held in New York or San Francisco, on February 11, and will be an official video that will be screened online and confirmed.
The clip does not expressly state what Samsung’s phone on February 11 is going to reveal, but the video contains the word “Galaxy,” which replaces the words’ a’ by lines. The first block is like a bulge camera on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, according to Max Weinbach of XDA, while the second block that reveal Galasxy Fold.
Among them, the Galaxy S20 will use a 6.2-inch AMOLED display, triple rear cameras with a 100MP main lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens, a periscope telephoto lens (supporting 5x optical zoom).
The processor is Exynos 990 / Snapdragon 865, the latter is the main force, starting with 8GB of RAM, 128GB internal storage, 4000mAh battery, pre-installed with One UI 2.1 which is based on Android 10.
The Galaxy S20 + is upgraded to a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, the processor remains the same, the rear is upgraded to four cameras with a ToF lens which provides more accurate depth information for AR applications and more natural depth of field capture of portraits. In addition, the Galaxy S20 + battery has a larger capacity, reaching 4500mmAh.
There is an extra telephoto lens in the rear, which can provide 50x hybrid zoom and 100x digital zoom. Its battery capacity will further increase 5000mAh.
Galaxy Fold 2 is reported that the phone will use a 6.7-inch display, supporting horizontal folding, reducing the size by half. The core specifications include Snapdragon 865, 12GB of RAM 256GB internal storage, dual batteries up to 1800mAh with a 45W fast charge and 5G network support.