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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra could be more expensive than the iPhone 11 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
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The Samsung Galaxy S20 is continuing the trend upheld by devices like the Google Pixel 4 (opens in new tab) and Huawei Mate 30 Pro (opens in new tab), leaking from pretty much every angle ahead of the big reveal. The latest in a stream of spec and render leaks comes from WinFuture (opens in new tab). These showcase all three of the upcoming SamsungGalaxy S20 models - the S20 Ultra, the Galaxy S20 Plus, and the vanilla Galaxy S20, in all their rectangular main camera surround glory.

The leaks also illustrate some of the color options for the new Galaxy S20 devices, including Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink and Cosmic Grey.

This all comes very shortly after another post from 91 Mobiles (opens in new tab) further detailing the phones specs and prices too. It claims that the Galaxy S20 will start from €899 ($995, £755), while the S20 Plus will start from €1,099 ($1,215, £925). This suggests that the S20 Ultra will be iPhone-levels of expensive if not even pricier.

Also of note, it looks like Samsung has ditched the Bixby button for the S20, as with the Note 10 Plus (opens in new tab), which instead has a double-purpose power/Bixby button that can be customized. 

Additional specs suggest the S20’s Dynamic AMOLED screen will clock in at 6.2-inches with 3200 x 1440 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s also expected to feature a 12MP primary sensor and a 64MP telephoto module. Meanwhile, the S20 Plus will add some size, bringing it up to 6.7-inches and will feature an additional ToF camera (opens in new tab)

The biggest surprises look set to come from the expected foldable, Samsung’s Galaxy Z, and the S20 Ultra which is the only device set to feature Samsung’s 108MP ISOCELL camera sensor - all will be revealed on February 11. Plus and the vanilla S20 in all their rectangular main camera surround glory.

The leaks also illustrate some of the colour options for the new Galaxy S20 devices, including Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink and Cosmic Grey.

This all comes very shortly after another post from 91 Mobiles (opens in new tab) further detailing the phones specs and prices too. It claims that the Galaxy S20 will start from €899 ($995, £755), while the S20 Plus will start from €1,099 ($1,215, £925). This suggests that the S20 Ultra will be iPhone-levels of expensive if not even pricier.

Also of note, it looks like Samsung has ditched the Bixby button for the S20, as with the Note 10 Plus (opens in new tab), which instead has a double-purpose power/Bixby button that can be customized. 

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Basil Kronfli is a freelance technology journalist with a number of specialisms. He started his career at Canon Europe, before joining Phone Arena and Recombu as a tech writer and editor. From there he headed up Btekt as a director and then Future as a Senior Producer, sharpening his considerable video production skills. 


His technical expertise has been called on numerous times by mainstream media, with appearances and interviews on outlets like Sky News, and he provides Digital Camera World with insight and reviews on camera phones, video editing software and laptops, on-camera monitors, camera sliders, microphones and much more.