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More official-looking Samsung Galaxy S20 renders give us a splash of color
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is less than a month away from its expected reveal, and the stream of leaks continues to run. Yesterday, we got a look at what appears to be official Samsung renders, and we now have even more official-looking renders to check out.
The new images come via ever-reliable German outlet WinFuture, showing the Galaxy S20 in apparent Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, and Cloud Pink color schemes. The latter two options in particular seem like a refreshing departure from the usual grey and black phone colors. Check out some of the Galaxy S20 images below.
The Galaxy S20 renders once again show off a center-mounted punch-hole cutout, a triple rear camera setup, and no Bixby button (much like the Note 10 series).
We also see the Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Ultra in Cosmic Grey and Cosmic Black once again. These images show quad rear cameras, no Bixby button, and “Space Zoom 100X” branding on the Ultra model. It’s a pity we don’t see more eclectic color options here. Check out the images below.
The Galaxy S20 series is expected to offer either a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 chipset, 8K video recording, and high resolution telephoto sensors. We’re also expecting big battery upgrades and a smorgasbord of new camera features.
We expect to see a few more leaks before Samsung’s February 11 Unpacked event, but it’s fair to say the Galaxy S20 series is shaping up to be some of 2020’s most feature-packed devices.