Samsung Galaxy S20 series design leaked in hands on video
As we are approaching the launch date of the latest flagship Galaxy S-series from the Korean smartphone manufacturer, Samsung, more leaks is surfacing the internet revealing the final design of the devices.
And in a recent development, a new hands-on video of dummy units and cases reveals the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series including the Galaxy S20 Plus, S20 Ultra, and regular Galaxy S20.
Third-party cases for the Galaxy S20 series are already being developed and in this hands video, it showcases the accurate size difference between all the three Galaxy S20 devices and other information like camera position as well.
Taking a look at the video from Mobile Fun, it reveals that the regular Galaxy S20 will feature 3 cameras along with a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor which is aligned vertically on the backside in a large square bump.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Ultra both have 4 cameras with a ToF sensor in the same squarish camera bump.
However, going by previous leaks and rumors, the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus is expected to come with a 64 MP primary sensor while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is rumored to feature the 108 MP lens.
As per the report, the video also showcases the dimension of all the three devices. The regular Galaxy S20 model measures 6.3-inch (diagonally) the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra measure 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch respectively.
The video further shows that the volume rocker and the power button on all the three devices are located on the traditional right-hand side. Interestingly, there is no Bixby button this time around.
Keeping up with the trend of ditching the headphone jack, none of the devices feature it. There is a USB-C port along with the speaker grill at the bottom.
By the looks of it along with Samsung, case makers are also ready for the launch of the Galaxy S20 series in the upcoming Unpacked event. Let us know your thoughts about the design of the devices.
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