Here Are The Official Renders Of The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

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As if we didn't have enough leaks already, now we are seeing official renders of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

These renders are brought to us by Ishan Argawal via 91Mobiles, who has been very accurate when it comes to leaks in recent months.

As we can see from the render above, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is going to have a pretty rounded look. Not only with the rounded corners on the screen. But also the sides and even the back. It appears that Samsung will use 2.5D glass on the back, that is going to make the device feel slimmer in the hand and easier to hold onto.

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Holy camera bump, batman

Now that, is a camera bump. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is also going to have a fairly large camera bump.

We already knew that the camera module was going to be pretty large, thanks to the many cameras that are being included. As well as the periscope camera. But it also sticks out from the rest of the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G pretty far.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G render

Don't expect to be able to put this down on a table on type on it without it wobbling.

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But for the amount of cameras that Samsung has included with the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, it might be a worthy trade-off.

Pricing & colors are confirmed once again

In his tweet, Argawal also confirmed the prices and colors of the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G once again. The 128GB model is going to start at €1349. While the 512GB model is going to jump €200 to €1549.

Now while we would like to convert these to US Dollars to see what it'll cost in the US, that doesn't work. But just for fun, that means the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G would be $1489 when it launches in the US. Which we know won't be the case. It'll likely be closer to $1200-$1300.

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The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will also come in Cosmis Grey and Cosmic Black. It appears that "Cosmic" is going to be the theme for colors on the Galaxy S20 series, much like "Aura" was the theme on the Galaxy Note 10 series.

Samsung will be officially unveiling the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and the other Galaxy S20 models at its Unpacked event on February 11. Only a few weeks left until it is officially unveiled, but as of right now, Samsung is already gunning to get that "Smartphone of the Year" award.