Table of contents:
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Design
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, leaked specifications
- Hardware, other naming change
Samsung, along with Apple, is one of the firms that gives the most talk in terms of the nomenclature used in its terminals. At the beginning of 2020, the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy is expected. The unknown is the name of the new Samsung Galaxy, which could make the jump to Galaxy S20
Ice Universe is one of the most recognized leakers given that from time to time, through his Twitter account, he publishes some novelties, which most likely will reach the market.
In this case, he has spoken about the new nomenclature that Samsung would use for the next model in the Galaxy range whose launch is scheduled for early 2020.
Bet on a nomenclature according to the year 2020 which will begin in barely a week. The Korean firm, since its inception, has opted for a logical order in both the Note and Galaxy ranges, although this would change with the launch of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S20.
As we mentioned at the beginning of the article, Apple is a firm that also gave a lot of reason to different leakers to bet on the following name of the iPhone X.
Now it is Samsung's turn and, if the forecasts come true, something that has already happened repeatedly, next year Samsung would launch the Galaxy S20 instead of the rumored S11, accompanied by other versions such as the S20e model and the S20 Plus.
There is still time left for the presentation of Samsung's new terminal, so we must be careful with this information, despite coming from one of the most well-known leakers.
Without a doubt, it would be a change in strategy of the Korean firm, although we do not know if the Samsung Galaxy Note range I would also opt for this jump in numbering.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Design
Although we have talked about nomenclatures, design is one of the sections that cause the most expectation, given the progress made by most companies in their terminals.
In the case of the Samsung Galaxy S20, until now called S11, we also know several details in the design section thanks to another “leaker” (filter) as it is OnLeaks.
The design is surprising because, despite the reliability of the font, since at first it is very different from other Samsung terminalsThere is also the possibility that this design is one of the ones that the Korean firm "has on the table" and for that reason it will not be the definitive one.
What we do know are the dimensions that the Samsung Galaxy S20 would have: 166, 9 x 76 x 8, 8 mm.
On the right edge we would see the power button and volume up and down button of the device.
There would not be any type of button on the left edge, so we assume that the button for Bixby would not exist in this terminal or at least it is not contemplated.
At the bottom we find the microphone, a speaker and the USB C port.
On the front we see a perforation on the screen at the top, where the front camera would be located.
In the back area we would find the firm's logo at the top and up to 5 photographic sensors located at the top left, covered by the same glass. This later design would evoke the look of the Google Pixel 4, which hasn't exactly been successful this year.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, leaked specifications
- Screen: 6.9 inches built with Dynamic AMOLED technology.
- Processor: Exynos 990.
- Rear camera: 5 rear cameras.
- Ports and sensors: USB C.
- Operating system: One UI, based on Android 10.
The Galaxy S20 would feature a huge 6.9-inch display built with Dynamic AMOLED technology. In addition, it would have curved edges, formerly called Edge.
The resolution of the panel would be QHD+ as it could not be otherwise. It is most likely the first Samsung panel in its devices to have a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz.
Samsung would join the bandwagon of the many sensors that are included in other terminals from manufacturers such as Xiaomi or Huawei, which could incorporate up to 5 cameras in the Huawei P40.
Now, despite the dubious arrangement of the rear cameras shown in the computer-generated image, let Samsung join to the inclusion of more photographic sensors is positive.
According to the leak, the terminal would be equipped with 5 photographic sensors and 2 small sensors. Although not all the details have been given, we know that one of those 2 small sensors would be a ToF sensor and that the main sensor would be a 108 MP.
The 108 MP sensor in the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, would be capable of recording in 8K. It is also rumored that one of the sensors is intended to zoom X5.
Hardware, other naming change
In recent weeks a lot of information related to the Samsung terminal has been leaked, such as that it would have up to 5 variants of its three versions such as the Samsung Galaxy S20e, S20, S20+, S20 5G and S20+ 5G.
Although probably not all versions will be released in all countries,we see that Samsung would continue betting on its 4G models for the majority public.
Yes, the number of terminals available in the 5G version would increase because in 2020 a great growth of the 5G network is expected in many countries.
Historically, Samsung assembles two different processors for different markets Generally uses Qualcomm Snapdragon processors in the US and in virtually the rest of the world opt for the Exynos, developed by Samsung
The Exynos have always had a four-digit nomenclature, for example, the Exynos 9825 that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has. This would change with the arrival of the S20, since they would receive a name slightly simpler as Exynos 990.
With this, we do not mean that the Korean firm will not continue mounting Qualcomm processors in terminals focused on the US market. The Exynos 990 would be a renewal and a slight change of nomenclature with respect to the Exynos 9825.
The main novelty of the new processor is that it would not suffer any type of limitation to work with the different operators with 5G networks. It should be noted that all terminals belonging to the S20 range would include the Exynos 990.
As we can see, there are not a few details that we have about the Galaxy S10 or S20, although we must be cautious, since we are dealing with leaked information.
Which nomenclature do you prefer, Samsung Galaxy S11 or S20? Do you think a name change is necessary?