We have been talking about the Galaxy S20 series for quite a while now and it looks like Samsung is all set to unveil its next flagship series at the Samsung Unpacked event that is supposed to go down on 11th February 2020.
Recently, a video has surfaced on the internet which is a hands-on experience of the upcoming Galaxy S20 with its configurations! The video was uploaded by Maxwell Weinbach from XDA-developers on YouTube.
Initially, we see the Samsung Galaxy S20 in a glossy black color variant. On the back, it has a rectangular-shaped cutout which houses the camera set up. For the front camera, it has a hole-punch in the top center of the display just like the Note 10 Plus.
Talking about display and design, the S20 looks exactly like the renders we have seen online. The display is much taller than the S10 Plus and it is a Super AMOLED panel with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The size of the display is rumored to be somewhere in the range to 6.3 to 6.9-inches with an aspect ratio of 20:9.
Samsung Galaxy S20 will also have support for the 120Hz refresh rate but you can not use this refresh rate on WQHD+ 3200×1440 resolution even though the display has support for it. When you will use the higher refresh rate, the display will reduce its resolution to 1080p fro WQHD+ 3200×1440 resolution and this is to ensure battery optimization on the Samsung Galaxy S20.
Talking about configurations, the Galaxy S20 will have 12 gigs of LPDDR5 RAM and the highest variant will have up to 16 gigs of RAM. The battery is speculated to be of 4,500 mAh with support for fast charging and one thing is worth mentioning, the support for 3.5mm headphone jack has been removed from the S20 lineup by Samsung.