Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite launched for Rs 39,999: Check specifications, offers, availability

Yolanda Curtis
January 24, 2020

As we near the launch date, the official renders for the Galaxy S20 has been leaked.

According to XDA Developers, the forthcoming Galaxy S20 Plus - the larger version of Samsung's flagship phones that are slated to be released in February - will definitively have a high-end 120 HZ display which had previously only been rumored.

Unlike the other early looks we've seen for the other S20 phones that show a domino-style vertical block of lenses on glossy black glass, this one - courtesy of leaker Ishan Agarwal and 91Mobiles - shows a split block with three camera lenses in the glossy top and the purported periscope zoom lens nestled in its own matte finish section at the bottom.


The Galaxy S20 Plus comes in Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey and Cloud Blue colour options. A time-of-flight depth sensor is only on the Plus model. As far as pricing is concerned, Galaxy S20 is expected to be priced at $993 while the 5G variant will cost $1,103. The secondary lenses include a 5 MP macro and 12 MP ultra-wide-angle cameras. It won't have the big boy zoom of its older sibling, but it will have a ToF sensor. You get a 6.7-inch FHD+ super AMOLED Infinity-O display.

With respect to price, the GalaxyS20 will start at €899 for the 4G version and jump to €999 for the 5G version. It has slightly different co, our options - Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.

The same publication had recently reported that the Galaxy M31 could be arriving with a quad camera setup. It too will have a 2.5D display rather than a 3D curved screen.


While directly converting from pricing from pounds generally isn't helpful, it's probably worth remembering the pricing from past year, and taking into consideration that 5G models may be bumped up even further.

Instead of the much-anticipated Galaxy Fold 2, Samsung may launch the foldable smartphone as the Galaxy Z Flip. The 512GB model was $1,849, with the 1TB variant coming in at $2,399. The camera on the front is a 40 Megapixel sensor with support for 4K 60fps video recording.

As always, remember that all of the above are just rumours. Along with this, we got to know the final pricing for all the phones in Europe, which is similar to what the previous information revealed.


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