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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra leak confirms 16GB RAM, 1TB expandable memory & more

Samsung’s next line-up Galaxy series may be launched later next month, but leaks and speculations around the much-hyped flagship phone, Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra are spreading all over social media platform.

If a latest report is to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, the name is not made official yet, will come with massive upgrades on its specifications.

According to Max Weinbach of XDA Developers, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will retain the SD card slot with support for up to 1TB. Built-in storage choices will be 128GB/256GB/512GB and 12GB or 16GB RAM option, Weinbach tweeted.

The S20 Ultra 5G is going to keep the SD Card slot. Support for up to 1TB.

It will also be available in 128GB/256GB/512GB and have a 12GB and 16GB RAM option.

108MP main, 48MP 10x optical, 12MP ultra wide.

5000 mAh battery with 45W option fast charge. 0 to 100% in 74 min.

— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach)

January 13, 2020

Furthermore, the tipster also leaked some major developments on the camera front. The tweet also reveals the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will house a massive 108MP main camera sensor along with a 48MP sensor with 10x optical zoom, and a 12MP ultra-wide lens.

Moreover, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will reportedly be powered by a powerful 5000 mAh battery with 45W option fast charge support that will have the capability of charging the phone from 0% to 100% in just 74 minutes, according to reports.

The smartphone will also come with 5G support and can easily be 6.7-inches in size.

Apart from all these speculations, very little is officially known about the the Samsung S20 Ultra.

Earlier this month, Samsung confirmed that it will launch its latest flagship phone on 11 February, 2020 in the Samsung Event. “Say hello to a whole new Galaxy,” read the tweet which the smartphone maker posted earlier in January.

There are also reports that suggest that South Korean smartphone manufacturer may also unveil the new foldable successor to last year’s Galaxy Fold. But these are simply rumours and should be taken with a pinch of salt until the 11 February Samsung event.

Source: Livemint