The Galaxy S30 Ultra will have a thinner body than its previous version and carry a number of its reconfigured specifications.
Competition in the smart phone market is still strong despite the similarity of the phones in recent times in terms of specifications, equipment and even support for the latest communication technologies; However, this does not deter manufacturers from issuing new copies, including them with modern technologies, or reformulating old technologies and marketing them again.
Here we come to talk about Samsung’s upcoming high-end “Galaxy S30 Ultra” phone that has recently been leaked; Where it was stated that the phone will be a version with a thinner body and attached to a number of S20 Ultra specifications reconfigured according to technical expert Ishan Agarwal.
Where he confirmed in the report previous leaks about the S30 Ultra, as it will come with a 108-megapixel main camera and a 40-megapixel selfie camera, which will most likely be located in a circular hole in the center of the screen; This is why the phone may not come with a front camera at the bottom of the screen, as expected.
As the phone came, it will have a massive 5000 mAh battery, while its dimensions will be 165.1mm x 75.6mm x 8.9mm, i.e. less, but it is also a big difference from the S20 Ultra in the market today.
In terms of components and internal hardware, the phone will come with a 6.8-inch 2K AMOLE screen smaller than its previous version, which measured 6.9 inches, while the processor is Snapdragon 875 in the US versions, while the rest of the countries will carry the Exynos 2100 processor that has not yet been released, but it has been hit by many From the leaks during the last period.
In any case, leaks may carry correct information sometimes, but this does not mean that it is always correct or that we treat it as confirmed information; While it remains for us to monitor and investigate any leaks and new news that may help build a clearer picture of the next phone tour until its official disclosure at the beginning of next year.