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More Galaxy S20 series renders leak, show the devices in pink


Last updated: January 24th, 2020 at 09:05 UTC+02:00

In a matter of hours, we have seen an avalanche of leaks showing off renders of the Galaxy S20 series. Now, the folks over at have leaked even more renders of all three Galaxy S20 models. These renders are what Samsung will use for marketing purposes, and they show the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra in four colors: Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink, and Cosmic Black.

All of the renders that have made their way on to the internet confirm that the curves on the Galaxy S20 displays are the most subtle yet of any Galaxy flagship. Samsung is using 2.5D glass instead of 3D glass this time around, and although these still aren’t completely flat screens, they should make everyone who has complained about Samsung’s curved displays in the last few years quite happy. Putting on tempered glass protectors should also be easier with the Galaxy S20 smartphones.

With everything that has leaked in recent days, there’s pretty much nothing Samsung will have to surprise us with at its Unpacked Galaxy S20 launch. Unfortunately, while we may already know everything there is to know about the Galaxy S20 lineup, rumors suggest we could be waiting a long time before consumers can actually get their hands on an S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra: The release date is reportedly set for March 13, a full month after the devices will be announced.

Check out all the renders below and let us know what you think!

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