These Galaxy S20 wallpapers have been shared by XDA Developers, and are now available to download. Do note that not all wallpapers are included here, only the ones Max Weinbach managed to get his hands on.
Get your hands on eight Galaxy S20 wallpapers
As part of this pack, you’ll get eight wallpapers, and two videos. You can check out those wallpapers in the gallery down below. Do note that you won’t find full resolution images in the gallery, though. If you’d like to get them in full resolution, hit the link below the article.
As you can see, these are mostly abstract wallpapers, at least the ones that got shared thus far. Samsung’s featured wallpapers are usually there to match smartphone colors.
If that ends up being the case, we’re looking at black, blue, pink, and white Galaxy S20 variants, at least. That doesn’t have to be accurate, of course, even though it probably is.
This is a somewhat different approach to wallpaper design from Samsung. It’s different compared to what we’ve seen in the past.
Max Weinbach has been leaking Galaxy S20 information intensively for the last day or two. He managed to get his hands on some real-life images of the Galaxy S20+. On top of that, he received various other information, apparently.
Samsung’s upcoming flagships will launch on February 11
The Galaxy S20 series will become official on February 11. Samsung will introduce it in San Francisco, as the event had already been scheduled.
The company is expected to announce the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra as part of this series. On top of that, the Galaxy Z Flip foldable handset is also expected to launch on that day.
All three Galaxy S20 smartphones will probably be made out of metal and glass. They will include a centered display camera hole, and extremely thin bezels.
All three phones will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865 SoC. We’ll get the Galaxy S20 and S20+ in both 4G and 5G variants, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra will ship in a 5G flavor only.
An in-display fingerprint scanner is expected to be included in all variants as well. The same can be said for Android 10, and Samsung’s custom UI. The Galaxy S20 leaks will continue until those devices arrive on February 11, so stay tuned.