No doubt the Korean firm was hoping to keep that news under wraps until later next month but a new leak may give fans a full insight into all that’s coming from the keynote which is being beamed live from San Francisco.
Posted online by MySmartPrice and Ishan Agarwal, the image claims to show full specs for the new phones launching in February with three devices appearing on the list.
If true, Samsung will launch a Galaxy S20 alongside a Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
All of these devices will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 990 Chipset and feature a 120hz AMOLED display which should make scrolling through content feel silky smooth.
The standard S20 gets a 6.2-inch screen with the Plus including a 6.7-inch display and the Ultra packing a giant 6.9-inch viewing area into its shell.
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For photography, it seems Samsung is bringing a triple set-up to the S20 and S20 Plus with the Ultra getting something more exciting.
On the rear of this giant phone, Samsung fans could find four rear cameras which include a pixel-packed 108MP main sensor and telephoto lens that could be capable of an epic 10 times optical zoom.
All of the devices could last a little a longer as they also include huge batteries.
The S20 could find itself powered by 4,000mAh power pack and this grows to 5,000mAh on the Ultra.
The listing also reveals that all will feature superfast 5G network technology although it’s currently unclear if 4G variants will be available in stores as well.
Of course, this leak is not official but many of the features listed, such as the 120hz screen, have been widely rumoured.
These phones certainly look exciting and could eclipse the current S10 that launched early last year.
Luckily, there’s not too long until we find out full details about the new Galaxy S20 as Samsung’s launch event is just a few weeks away.
Express.co.uk will be bringing you all the news in the run-up to the launch and will offer live updates from Samsung’s Unpacked keynote on February 11 – watch this space.