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Galaxy S20 Base Variant Dummy Video Leaked with 12GB RAM

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South Korean smartphone maker Samsung is working on its Galaxy S20. This phone is listed on the benchmarking portal Geekbench. According to the listing given here, this phone can be launched with a minimum of 12 GB RAM.

The company Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra can also be launched under this series. Let us tell you that dummy models of Galaxy S20 have also been seen online.

According to the Geekbench listing, its model number is SM-G981U. There are indications that this model number may be the North America 5G variant. Also, from this listing, it has been revealed that this phone will work on Android 10. At the same time, it will be given the Qualcomm processor and 12 GB RAM.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S20 + 5G Real Phone Unveiled

However, nothing new has been revealed from this listing because earlier SamMobile also reported a leak with 12 GB RAM. Let me tell you that 8 GB RAM can be given in the LTE version of the phone for the East Asia market.

XDA Developers has also released a video showing the 3D print dummy of the Samsung Galaxy S20. There are also indications of the design of the phone. According to the video, a 6.2-inch or 6.3-inch display can be given in the Galaxy S20. At the same time, the aspect ratio will also be higher than before.

S20 Key Face

The Galaxy S20 Ultra can also be given a larger display. Earlier, Snapdragon variants of Galaxy S20 + were seen on the benchmark site. This listing has revealed that the phone will be launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.

Let us know that Samsung is organizing the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event in February. This event will be held in California. During this time only these three phones can be launched.

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