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Samsung is gearing up to launch its next generation of Galaxy S series of smartphones on February 12 at the Galaxy Unpacked event. The company is expected to unveil the Galaxy S20 series of smartphones, which are speculated to consist of the Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra and the S20+. While we have come across numerous rumours and reports about the upcoming handsets a couple of fresh reports have now surfaced online. These reports show off the alleged Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and the Galaxy S20+ smartphones, hinting at the possible design of their camera setup.
The tipster Ice universe tweeted an image, which is claimed to be of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Going by the image, the rear camera setup on the handset could feature four sensors with three of them arranged together. The last sensor can be seen on the bottom-left and is expected to be a periscopic camera. As per the ongoing rumours, the handset could come equipped with a 108MP main camera sensor, a 48MP periscope telephoto camera that could support up to 100x hybrid zoom, a 64MP sensor and an ultra-wide camera.
Another image of both, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and the Galaxy S20+, was also posted by the tipster Jon Prosser. The image essentially reconfirms the camera setup on the Galaxy S20 Ultra and additionally, it shows off the possible camera setup on the Galaxy S20+. The Galaxy S20+ can be seen featuring a quad-camera setup, which is expected to feature 12MP + 64MP telephoto + 12 MP ultra-wide-angle cameras, along with a ToF sensor. While the two images do seem believable, we suggest you take it with a pinch of salt since nothing is official yet.
Speaking of the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung is expected to debut its second foldable phone alongside the Galaxy S series. Rumoured to be called the Galaxy Z Flip, the handset could sport a clamshell design foldable phone similar to the new Motorola Razr. The device might also come equipped with a small second display on the upper region that folds out, which is said to display information like the time, some notifications and charging time. A 20-second hands-on video of the smartphone also recently leaked online and you can check it out here.
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