Samsung is all set to launch its flagship Galaxy S20 series of smartphones during the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event. Right ahead of the launch, the renders and the pricing details of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra have surfaced the internet, which gives us a working clue as to what all we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. Let’s have a look at the newly leaked renders and the pricing of the Galaxy S20 series devices.
Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra Renders and Pricing Leaked
Starting off with the standard Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone, as seen in the renders, the device will feature a rectangular camera module which will make room for three camera sensors and an LED flash. The camera module will set at the top left side of the device’s rear. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, on the other hand, will have one more camera added to the matrix, making it four cameras in total. Moving on to the rest of the design, the volume rocker and the power buttons will be on the right side of the device. The left side, however, appears to be vacant, which could possibly mean that Samsung has finally ditched the Bixby button. At the front, we can see an Infinity-O display with a centrally-aligned front camera.
As far as the pricing of the devices goes, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will start at EUR 899, which roughly translates to somewhere around Rs 70,900. The 5G counterpart of the device, on the other hand, will go for EUR 999 or around Rs 78,800. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus will come with a price tag of EUR 1,099 or around Rs 86,600. Both the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus will be available in Cosmic Black and Cosmic Blue colour variants.
Shifting gears to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, the device will feature a 2.5D glass design. Just like the other two smartphones in the series, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will also have its volume buttons and the power button on the right side, and the left side will be left unattended. The device will make room for four cameras at the back – the one on the bottom is the periscopic lens that will provide for 10x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom. The periscopic camera sensor is separated from the rest of the cameras owing to a dual-tone finish. Though the device is said to feature a fifth ToF 3D sensor, it is not visible in the render images shared by the source.
A little while ago, MySmartPrice was able to provide you with the exclusive specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. In case you want to know more about the lineup, you can head to our previous coverage of the same.
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