Following the leaked rear five-camera module design of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, some Korean media sources published the renderings of this phone. As you guess, the rendering is based on the latest information we know about the next-gen Samsung flagship.
The rendering claims that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will sport a penta-camera design. According to the same sources, this camera module includes a ToF lens. The ‘100X’ logo is very eye-catching. This simply means the phone will defy the Huawei P and Mate series, Xiaomi CC series, VIVO and OPPO smartphones.
The front side adopts a punch-hole full-screen design with a large screen curvature. The selfie camera opening is located in the middle of the upper side.
Combined with previously leaked information, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra phone measures 166.9 x 76 x 10.2mm. The weight is still unknown. But it won’t be a light smartphone. Moreover, we know it will come with a 6.9-inch 120Hz 2K Infinity-O AMOLED screen. And under the hood, our protagonist is going to sport an Exynos 990 7-nanometer chip. The battery capacity is 5000mAh.
As for the camera, apart from the ToF lens, there also will be a 108MP main sensor, a 48MP periscope telephoto lens (supports 10x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom), and an ultra-wide-angle lens. Thus, besides the mainstream flagship features and look, this handset is going to make a revolution in mobile photography as well.
By the way, Samsung will officially release the Samsung Galaxy S20 series phones on February 11. So stay tuned.