Week 3 in review: Samsung Galaxy S20 family, Huawei P40 lineup closer than ever
Samsung and Huawei are expected to release their 2020 flagships in the next month or two, and the rumor mill is going wild. Interestingly enough, both the Galaxy S20 devices and the P40 family will have similar looks - a rectangular camera setup in the upper left corner, if we can trust the multiple leaked renders.
Other companies like OnePlus and Xiaomi are also working on their new devices - the Mi 10 should be one of the first smartphones with Snapdragon 865, while the OnePlus 8 Pro is going to have a 120 Hz QHD OLED display.
Samsung is bringing its second foldable display phone that will be a Razr-type clamshell and we learned its name - Galaxy Z Flip.
In other news Realme finally introduced its user interface, which is based on ColorOS 7, Xiaomi and nubia are working on 144 Hz refresh rate for their new phones and the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 are rumored to have 5G versions for the US market.
The phone will have an Infinity-O display like the Galaxy Note10 lineup, four shooters on the back in tow.
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The OnePlus 8 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 865, naturally. The 8 Lite is rumored to use a non-Qualcomm chipset.
The new image is much more detailed than the dark renders we saw in December.
The Galaxy S20 lineup will be unveiled on February 11.
The user interface is based on ColorOS 7 and Android 10, but brings some new wallpapers and gestures.
Impressive response times, 240Hz touch sample rate and other advancements are all detailed.
Supposedly that's not the Pro version.
They are based on teasers and leaks from the past.
Nothing new except new memory and storage configurations.
They also show that the P40 Pro will be available in five colors at launch. The Huawei P40 will come in the same colors.
Screenshots leak with the Samsung Galaxy S20+’s camera specs and settings.
It's been a long time coming, but the development process has finally produced the first stable version.
Expect a pill-shaped punch hole and 13 MP output.
Samsung will limit the resolution if you choose to go with the 120Hz refresh rate mode.
We expect more than one Xperia phone to be announced during this year's MWC in Barcelona.
These mockup renders give us a nice look at the possible hardware, one with a horizontal wrap-around and the other wraps vertically.
We doubt we'll see a 16GB model. On the plus side, the base model will match the top model, unlike last year with S10e (6GB) and S10+ (12GB).
It's a mix of Samsung and Sony sensors, some of which we've seen before and some are brand new.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra will be slightly narrower and with a less curved screen than the Galaxy S10 phones.
The feature was removed without a heads up.
The 6.67" IPS LCD of the phone typically tops out at 120Hz, but also has 90Hz and 60Hz modes.
All S20 models are expected to ship with 12GB RAM as standard.
Just how many cameras can you put in a pop-up mechanism?
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