Samsung Accidentally Leaked Official Photos Of The Galaxy S20 [IMAGES] - TechGeek365

Samsung Accidentally Leaked Official Photos Of The Galaxy S20 [IMAGES]

With just a few days left before Samsung’s Unpacked 2020 event, the company appears to have accidentally leaked official photos of its upcoming flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S20.

The photos which briefly appeared on Samsung’s official website on February 5, confirm that the device will in fact be called the Galaxy S20 and not Galaxy S11 (as previously assumed).

The leaked photos are pretty much in-line with the latest renders circulating online. They show off a small front selfie camera, as well as a rectangular rear camera setup.

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This isn’t the first time that Samsung reveals official photos of its devices before they launch. It happened with the Galaxy Note 9 back in 2018, and with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus the day before the official launch.

Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S20 on February 11, which will come in three variants: the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

The company is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip foldable smartphone during the event.

Update: We’ve also learned that the Galaxy S20’s official prices have been leaked.

According to technology analyst Jon Prosser, if you live in the United States, and use the AT&T network, the prices will be as follows:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $899 USD
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $1,099 USD
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: $1,299 USD

These prices are expected to be slightly higher for the rest of the world:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $999 USD
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: $1,199 USD
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: $1,399 USD

According to Ishan Agarwal (who leaked most of the technical specifications and features of the Galaxy S20), these prices are correct by a large percentage, and we believe that this increases the accuracy of the leak.

Officially, Samsung has not released any statements about the pricing of the upcoming flagship series smartphones, but we believe that these will be very close to the official prices, if not the exact same.

Are you excited about what Samsung has planned on February 11? Let us know in the comments below!

Amir H. Nasr Editor-in-Chief @TechGeek365.com Instagram: @amir_nasr Twitter: @AmirNasr

1 Comment

  1. Rowena Cabilla

    February 8, 2020 at 3:03 AM

    I want one of those Samsung Galaxy S20 but it cost a lot, way too expensive. I’ll just wait until the time I can afford to buy one. I really love Samsung phones.

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