The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is expected to debut at the next Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, California. But only a few days before the formal announcement, the rumor factory has produced some new details about the next-generation flagships prepared by the South Korean company. One of the latest developments, and perhaps the most reliable, is the free Samsung Galaxy Buds + package for customers who pre-order the Galaxy S20 + or Galaxy S20 Ultra. Some new and fictitious renderings of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra have also appeared on the Web, suggesting the design of the new Samsung phones.
The prolific informant Evan Blass, who publishes unannounced information on smartphones on trend via Twitter handles @evleaks, has aware a render that suggests that the customer pre-orders the Samsung Galaxy S20 + or Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra would get Galaxy Buds + for free. Some previous rumors have already suggested the existence of truly wireless Galaxy Buds + headphones by the company that would be the successor of last year's Galaxy Buds.
The render published by the tipster also shows the back of Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra that have a rectangular bulge in the rear camera. The Galaxy S20 Ultra seems to have an additional flight time (ToF) sensor to offer an optical zoom of up to 5x.
In addition to the rendering shared by Blass, the Dutch website WinFuture has leaked alleged official marketing images of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The images look identical to what we saw earlier this week. The three phones seem to have a perforated screen that Samsung calls an Infinity-O screen. On the back, the phones have degraded finishes.
It is rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S20 has at least three color options, namely Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink and Cosmic Gray. On the contrary, the Galaxy S20 + and the Galaxy S20 Ultra would also have a black version of the series.
Separately, the Mobile Fun mobile phone accessory store has uploaded a video on YouTube, which shows the dummies of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra. They are similar to the 3D printed replicas of the Galaxy S20 series that appeared online recently.
It is said that filtered mannequins are used by manufacturers of accessories and cases in China. In addition, the video shows that the Galaxy S20 measures 6.3 inches diagonally, while the Galaxy S20 + is measured at 6.7 inches and the Galaxy S20 Ultra at 6.9 inches.
Samsung seems to offer a camera shot on all three models of the Galaxy S series. In terms of dimensions, Mobile Fun states that the Samsung Galaxy S20 measures 151x73x7.7mm, while its protuberance is 34x17x1mm in dimensions. The Galaxy S20 +, on the other hand, is said to have total dimensions of 161x69x7.7mm. It is said that the camera bulge of the Galaxy S20 + is measured at 35x21x1 mm. In addition, it is claimed that the Galaxy S20 Ultra has overall dimensions of 166x76x8.9 mm, while it is said that the camera's bump is measured at 45x30x2 mm.
The UK source has also claimed that the Galaxy S20 series would not include the 3.5mm headphone jack and leave the Bixby button.
Indian tipster Ishan Agarwal also leaked some images that show the official covers of the Galaxy S20 line. It states that the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra would receive the new Protection Cover, LED Display Cover and Transparent Display Cover. Moreover, the tipster mentions that the LED View Cover will come with real LEDs, although you have not shared any images to support your claim.
Gadgets 360 could not independently confirm any of the reported rumors. Therefore, it is safe to consider developments with a grain of salt.
Samsung will officially present its new flagships at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11. This would also be the place where the world would see a new folding phone that is currently rumored to be the Galaxy Z Flip.
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