Galaxy S20 Ultra to come with a whopping 16GB of RAM

After the recent leak of live pictures of Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S20, more details have started to trickle in about the upcoming device.

First, a recap: The Galaxy S20 is the follow-up to last year's Galaxy S10. Samsung's naming scheme is apparently changing and a "Galaxy S11" is not a product that will be happening. It looks like it's now going to be "Samsung Galaxy S [current year]" so this year it's the S20. The model lineup is also changing, too, and we're getting three sizes: the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the highest-end phone, the Galaxy S20 Ultra. In the US, they're all going to be 5G with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoCs, and internationally you should be able to find 4G and 5G versions with Samsung Exynos chips.

Now, the new stuff: Max Weinbach, the XDA Author that scored the live pictures of the Galaxy S20, has some spec info.

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