Samsung Galaxy S20 series camera specs surface, S20+ 5G passes through Geekbench
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G arriving on February 11 has passed through Geekbench confirming key specs.
The Galaxy S20+ 5G, bearing model number SM-G986U, was spotted on the benchmark database with Android 10 which will be likely layered with One UI 2.0. The smartphone has 12GB RAM in tow, which corroborates a recent rumor of the S20 lineup having 12GB RAM.
The motherboard is listed as "kona", which hints at the smartphone having the Snapdragon 865 SoC under the hood. Rumors have it that the S20 lineup will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 depending on the market, but more regions will get the Snapdragon variant this time.
The Galaxy S20+ 5G scored 923 and 3,267 points in Geekbench 5's single and multi-core tests, respectively, but this being a pre-production unit, there's no point in reading much into these.
The non-5G variant of the Galaxy S20+ will sport a 6.7" Dynamic AMOLED display and will feature a quad camera setup comprising one 64MP, two 12MP, and a ToF unit. For selfies and video calls, there will be a 10MP camera on the front.
The vanilla S20 will skip the ToF module and come with a 6.2" screen, 10MP selfie snapper, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
The S20 Ultra, on the other hand, will boast a 108MP main sensor with 100x Space Zoom, which will be joined by a 48MP telephoto (10x optical), 12MP ultrawide and ToF modules.
The S20 Ultra's 5G variant will have 12GB and 16GB RAM and you will get three storage options - 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. It will have also a microSD card slot, allowing storage expansion up to 1TB.
The smartphone will pack a 5,000 mAh battery which will juice up from flat to 100% in 74 minutes, thanks to 45W fast charging.
- 21 Jan 2020
Wheels on cars are old technology - like headphone jacks, they do a job. Compressed Bluetooth and mediocre sound quality headphones/earphones, aren't for everybody.
- 17 Jan 2020
Headphone jack, SD card is almost dead couple of years from now and there’s no more headphone jack or SD card.
- 17 Jan 2020
You call these useful features lol.