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Samsung Galaxy S20 Official Marketing Images Leakedon the Internet


The South Korean Tech Giant Samsung seems to have accidentally leaked the pictures of their next upcoming product Samsung Galaxy S20 in their European websites, which were instantly spotted by a German news outlet WinFuture.

Samsung realized their mistake soon enough and quickly deleted their images from their website, but it has created a global phenomenon, and the hype of their 11th February 2020 event has rocketed towards the skies.

Everything about Samsung Galaxy S20 Series

The leaked images seem to have confirmed some rumors that were flying around about the product and also the upcoming “unpacking” event of Samsung. Instead of Samsung Galaxy S11, this cell phone will be called the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, breaking the traditional naming process.

There will be three models of the cellphone, which are as follows;

  • Samsung Galaxy S20
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

This series will come in 4 colors, cloud blue, cloud pink, cosmic grey, and cosmic black. S20+ and S20 Ultra will have four rear cameras each, while S20 will only have 3. And S20 Ultra is a 100x zoom feature that makes it the only phone for stargazing.

One could question the authenticity of this news, but the pictures leaked were similar to the pictures posted onTotallee’s website, a smartphone case vendor, a few days back, and this isn’t the first time images of Samsung cellphones were leaked just before launching.

However, not all the rumors were cleared out by this leak. The S29 series is expected to have 120Hz display, 108MP camera, and a battery life of 5,000 mAh. These are some massive specifications that have the world upon its toes for the launch event of the S20 series.

And there are also rumors that Samsung will launch a vertical foldable phone, called Samsung Galaxy Z flip on the same event. The S20 series is likely to be on sale from the 6th of March, 2020 according to their US websites.


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