Renders of the Samsung Galaxy S30 Ultra have leaked.
They show a phone with a huge camera bump and a quad-camera setup.
We recently heard a rumor that Samsung’s next set of flagships could arrive earlier than usual. It seems that also stands true for their leaks. After outing renders of the Samsung Galaxy S30 (or whatever Samsung decides to call it), tipster OnLeaks aka Steve Hemmerstoffer has also leaked renders for the Galaxy S30 Ultra.
The design of the Ultra model seems almost identical to the vanilla S30, albeit with a few differences. You’ll immediately notice that the rear camera housing is much larger. Hemmerstoffer claims that it’s almost double the size of the Galaxy S30 and contains a total of four camera sensors. Unfortunately, he doesn’t know the camera configuration but points to recent rumors that suggest the phone could feature two zoom lenses as well as wide
Update, October 16, 2020 (04:00 PM ET): We’ve updated the Samsung Galaxy S30 series rumor hub below with some new information today. There’s a possibility we could see the new smartphone family much earlier than expected. We also have some rumors related to cameras and power chargers. Read on for all the latest!
Believe it or not, we are in the final quarter of 2020. That means we’re only a few months away from the launch of the next entry in Samsung’s flagship smartphone line, tentatively known as the Samsung Galaxy S30 series.
Since it’s early, there aren’t too many solid rumors about the devices to find. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t have at least a few credible rumors. We also can make confident assumptions about certain aspects based on the history of the line. What we know so far is chronicled in our roundup below.
Update, October 16, 2020 (09:45 AM ET): Not long after we posted the news below, some new evidence came to light that backs it up. The folks over at SamMobile claim to have an exclusive inside source who says that Samsung could launch the Galaxy S30 series in early January 2021. While this supports the ideas listed out in the original article below, this appears to be an even earlier launch window.
Of course, nothing is confirmed yet so you should still treat this with some skepticism.
Original article, October 16, 2020(08:48 AM ET): Samsung could launch its new set of flagship phones in just over three months. A report from Korean publication The Elec suggests that Samsung has pushed up the launch of the Galaxy S30 series or whatever Samsung decides to name the new lineup.
The report claims that the Galaxy S30 phones will likely go on sale