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Samsung Galaxy S20 may have 16 GB RAM and cameras with 108 MP

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Samsung Galaxy S20 may have 16 GB RAM and cameras with 108 MP

In recent days leaks and rumors around the Samsung Galaxy S20 have been gaining momentum in anticipation of its unveiling next month during Unpacked. Yesterday the portal XDA-Developers released what could be the first images of the new smartphone from the Korean manufacturer, but now one of its contributors, Max Winebach, has advanced specifications of a possible Ultra version of the device, which could demonstrate the state of the art of the smartphone industry.

Called the S20 Ultra 5G, this model can have up to 1 TB of internal memory, expanded by SD cards, internally will have a maximum of 512 GB. This version will also have options of 12 and 16 GB of RAM. It will have a main camera with a 108 MP sensor, a 48 MP secondary camera and an ultra wide angle 12 MP third camera, plus 10X optical zoom. Finally, according to advanced specifications, you will have a 5,000 mAh battery with a 45 W quick charge option, capable of fully charging you in 74 minutes.

These specifications are joined by the new generation of processors that are also being talked about: Snapdragon 865 in equipment sold in the United States and Exynos 990 in other territories.

THE Phonearena created a comparative chart of the features of the new S20 processors, and the most powerful ones on the market today (SD 855+ and Apple A13). All of them are based on the 7 nm production process. Native 5G support and 8 video resolution stand out. In the case of Exynos 990, it will have 4K at 150 FPS and 8K at 30 FPS. It is also noted that Samsung's new processor will support a 120 Hz screen refresh rate. Experts suggest that this year's Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 will shoulder to stand out as the most powerful smartphone chip.

The specifications are based on data extracted from the first benchmark tests of new processors, such as listed in Geekbench, but with many code names that make reading confusing. Some of the components are assumptions and may not be confirmed by the brand.


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