The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup is coming on February 11. As expected, there have been various leaks and rumors about the devices. At the time of the early leaks, it appeared that the series would be called the Galaxy S11 series. Now, it is confirmed that it will be the Galaxy S20 series instead.
One of the phones in the series, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, has just passed through GeekBench. So, we now have more details of its specs.
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G appeared on the benchmark database with model number SM-G986U. Corroborating earlier rumors of the Galaxy S20 lineup, the device has 12GB of RAM. It comes with Android 10 which we expect to use One UI 2.0.
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ scored 923 in GeekBench 5’s single-core test and 3,267 in the multi-core test. However, this is just a pre-production unit, so these numbers may not necessarily reflect the true values.
The device’s motherboard “kona” suggests that the Galaxy S20+ 5G will likely feature the Snapdragon 865 SoC. Earlier rumors already pointed to the S20 lineup using this chipset and the Exynos 990 chipset. This time, it appears that more regions will get the Snapdragon processor.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will come in two RAM variants of 12GB and 16GB. It will have three internal storage options – 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The device will also get a microSD slot that supports up to 1TB storage expansion. It will pack a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast-charging. This fast-charging can take the phone from zero to 100% in 74 minutes.
As we await the launch of the Galaxy S20 series, we now also have details of the devices’ camera specifications. The S20 Ultra will boast a 108MP camera. The launch is just around the corner, and we are excited about it.