With only a few days left for the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, the rumor mills are flooded with the possible features. The latest development is that Mobile Fun, a popular phone accessory store has posted a video, which reveals the possible camera positions of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20.
The video starts with the exposure of three cases, which clearly reveals that smartphones will most likely ship with a bigger camera bump with increased spacing.
The video also shows the diagonal size of the case followed by closeup shot of the camera sensor location. You will be able to view the difference in the size of Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones.
As the name indicates, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is the smallest of the lot followed by the Plus and Ultra models. The mobile accessories company has made an effort to reveal the difference in all possible angles.
While the Samsung Galaxy S20 will feature a 6.3-inch display, the Galaxy S20 Plus will ship with a 6.7-inch display. In all probability, the Galaxy S20 Ultra boasts a 6.9-inch display. Upon careful inspection of the rear side of the case, the camera position appears to larger than standard smartphones.
We can spot significant spaces between each sensor on both sides. Moreover, the bump is also larger than expected. The video also displays the speaker grills and USB Type-C port. We can spot the headphone port but rumors stats that the company has ditched the port like iPhone. The consolation Bixby dedicated button also vanished because of the less use compared with Google Assistant.
On the optics front, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will flaunt a 108MP camera sensor coupled with an ultra-wide and telephoto lens. You can also expect time-of-flight lens, which is capable of producing DSLR quality images. The leaked cases are more or less replica that factories in China employ to test the durability of the cases.
The Sasmung Galaxy S20 Ultra is somewhat identical to that of the Sasmung Galaxy Note10+ smartphone but is taller. In terms of the height and width, the upcoming Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ are only larger than the previous counterpart. That being said, you should accept the above facts only with a pinch of salt since there is no official confirmation.