Samsung Galaxy devices have seen several leaks during the last 24 hours. These leaks range from UI designs to battery ratings and device specifications. Here is a compilation of the most intriguing Samsung leaks in the market.
Samsung S21 battery rating released by certification party
While Samsung S20 is still a new device in the market, rumors for the next flagship model in Samsung S21 have already begun stirring. Amongst these rumors, some concrete leaks have surfaced regarding Galaxy S21 through the Chinese 3C Certification board.
These leaks were surrounding the battery size for Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+. Both devices are expected to house batteries by reputed Chinese manufacturer Ningde Amperex Technology Ltd.
The website claims that the Samsung Galaxy S21 (EB-BG991ABY) will contain a Lithium-ion battery rated at 3880 mAh. It is a slight downgrade from the 4000 mAh used for the Samsung Galaxy S20. However, the Samsung Galaxy S21 (EB-BG996ABY) will hold a battery rated at 4660 mAh, compared to the 4500 mAh used in Galaxy S20+.
Complete Samsung S20 FE specs leaked
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is expected to hit the stores across the world in October 2020. While the official spec reveals are yet to happen, all the specifications for the Galaxy S20 FE have leaked.
As reported here by u/leakspinner on Slashleaks.com, the Galaxy S20 FE will be a 6.5-inch model. The device will feature a 2400×1080 sAMOLED display with the screen having a 120Hz refresh rate. The phone will feature an Exynos 990 processor for the 4G variant, while the 5G counterpart will have Snapdragon 865.
The device will house 6GB RAM and 128 GB ROM with a battery rated at 4500 mAh. The rear camera is said to be rated at 12MP (f/1.8) + 12MP (f/2.2) + 8MP (f/2.0), while the front camera will be 32MP (f/2.0). With dimensions of 159.8×74.5×8.4mm, the device is expected to weigh in at 190g.
Reports claiming Surface Duo-like UI for upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold S
While Microsoft has been working on Surface Duo with a planned release in 2021, the tech giant expects to face stiff competition. The competition discussed here comes in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold S.
Based on reports by SamMobile, rumor has it that the Galaxy Z Fold S will feature a 360-degree screen identical to the Surface Duo. This screen will allow the device to be bent both inwards and outwards. However, unlike Microsoft, Samsung will incorporate a single flexible screen in their device rather than separate panes of glass.
With more spec upgrades expected from Samsung in a quest to dominate the folding phone market, it will be interesting to see if Microsoft would gain any edge against its competitor.