This leak comes following some renders that 91mobiles shared. 91mobiles shared renders of the Cloud Blue and Cosmic Gray Galaxy S20 and S20+ handsets. The site also shared the Cosmic Gray Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G variant.
High-res Galaxy S20 marketing images are here to fill in the gaps
That being said, WinFuture is here to fill in the gaps. Not only are these Galaxy S20 marketing images higher in resolution, but the yet-unseen rose color variant is shown as well.
So, you can see the Cosmic Blue, Cosmic Gray, and Cosmic Pink Galaxy S20 in the gallery below this paragraph. We're still not sure if the rose-colored model will be called 'Cosmic Pink', but all other variants have that 'Cosmic' branding, so… it's possible. It will either be Cosmic Pink or Cosmic Rose, we'll see.
As far as the Galaxy S20+ is concerned, two different color variants are shown here. You can take a look at renders of that phone in Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black variants. It seems like the regular Galaxy S20 will not ship in a Cosmic Black option, which is kind of weird. Perhaps it is coming, but the source did not get its hands on that color, anything is possible.
The Galaxy S20+ & S20 Ultra will arrive in two color variants
The Galaxy S20 Ultra official marketing images also appeared. That phone will ship in the same color options as the Galaxy S20+, Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black. Images can be seen down below.
All three of these smartphones will become official on February 11. Samsung had already scheduled a press event in San Francisco. Along with those three phones, the company is expected to announce the Galaxy Z Flip as well, its second foldable handset.
The Galaxy S20 and S20+ will be made out of aluminum and glass. The S20 Ultra model will feature stainless steel and glass construction.
The 'Ultra' handset will be the most powerful, and the largest S20-branded handset. It will be the only one to include a periscope camera on the back, by the way, while it will also have the most cameras overall.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is said to include a 40-megapixel camera on the front. In comparison, the Galaxy S20 and S20+ will ship with a 10-megapixel selfie camera.
The Galaxy S20 series will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865 in most markets. The Exynos 990 will fuel them in India, though. The Galaxy S20 and S20+ will arrive in both 4G LTE and 5G variants, while the S20 Ultra will be available in a 5G flavor only.
All three Galaxy S20 handsets will include at least 12GB of RAM. That will probably be the only option for the S20 and S20+, while the 'Ultra' may arrive in a 16GB RAM variant as well.