Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra may have more RAM than your computer

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This is just called the specification.

Festival of final rumors and leaks about Samsung's new flagship – start time. Yesterday we could see the alleged photos of one of the models, and this time information on the specification of the variant marked as Galaxy S20 Ultra. The smartphone itself surprises not only with the camera, but also with a huge amount of RAM – up to 16 GB. In some cases, there may be more operating memory on the smartphone than on the average user's computer. This is undoubtedly a bit overkill, and on the other hand, the Galaxy S20 Ultra may be a good choice for the next few years.

On the back cover of the Galaxy S20 Ultra model is to be found camera with 108 megapixel sensor. To all this you can add a second, 48 megapixel sensor with 10x optical zoom. The whole is closed with a 12 megapixel wide-angle camera. In this case, Koreans will use pixel joining technology to maximize the quality of final photography. What does the issue of memory look like?

Max Weinbach from XDA reveals that we will be dealing not only with Samsung retaining the micro-SD card slot, but also quite a large number of capacitive variants. Users will be able to choose a smartphone from a memory level of 128, 256 or 512 GB. The memory card will support up to 1 TB.

Also encouraging data on the battery itself. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will probably be able to boast 5000 mAh battery with support for fast charging with about 45W power. This type of charger will be able to fill the battery from 0 to 100 percent in less than 75 minutes. This is a sensational result.

Of course, you will have to wait a little longer to confirm all the above rumors.

The official premiere of the Galaxy S20 series smartphones will take place only at the beginning of February this year.

Source: Max Weinbach