As you might expect, as their release date approaches, Samsung’s new high-end products are beginning to emerge in more frequent performance tests. Therefore, we are slowly getting to confirm some of its specifications.
Now it’s time for the larger model, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, to be “caught” in a performance test on the Geekbench platform. Unfortunately, these tests do not reveal many of their specifications, but they bring us a very interesting surprise.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will arrive with 12GB of RAM and Snapdragon 865
Over the years, Samsung has continued to launch its tops in two distinct variants. While models intended for the United States followed Qualcomm processors, the overwhelming majority of international markets received smartphones with Exynos processors.
However, several rumors have already surfaced that the Galaxy S20 series could reach Europe with Qualcomm processors as well. Therefore, it is possible that the model used in this test is not unique to the United States.
As we can see from the Geekbench listing, this unit has equipped a 1.80GHz eight-core processor. The codename “kona” confirms that this is really the popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. It is also confirmed that the Galaxy S20 Ultra will come with a powerful variant with 12GB of RAM.
Alleged specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Although not confirmed, we already have a good idea about some of the specifications of the new high end. But it is important to remember that they are only rumors and may change until the release date of the smartphone.
- 6.9 “Super AMOLEd display with center-positioned punch hole
- 120Hz refresh rate
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Processor
- Up to 12GB RAM
- Four rear cameras: 108 megapixel main sensor
- 5,000mAh battery
The introduction of the new line of Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones is scheduled for February 11 in San Francisco in the United States. Therefore, we will need to wait just under a month for all details to be officially revealed.
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