Samsung's removable-battery smartphone is releasing soon in the USA for $499

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All Samsung Galaxy S20 series phones to feature 120Hz display

If you follow the rumor scene, you may recall that Samsung tipped a 120Hz display on its next flagship Galaxy phone through leaked firmware code for the One UI 2.0 beta on the Galaxy Note 9, which pointed to a hidden menu referencing 120Hz.

A short hands-on video acquired by Weinbach also confirms a few more details about the phone. It all around ends up looking more modern as well.

Finally there's the 12-megapixel ultra-wide angle and the time-of-flight sensor rounding out the picture for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The XCover Pro has a 6.3-inch "Full HD Plus" infinity screen designed for use in rain or snow with a cutout in the upper left corner for a 13-megapixel front camera. If you were hoping that Samsung will switch to an optic-based solution, you might be disappointed, but on the other hand, there's still a chance that the Galaxy S20 might have the newer ultrasonic sensor from Qualcomm.

The specs of the Galaxy S20+ are really good actually.

An ultrasonic fingerprint reader is built into the display.

The website then went a step further and shared specifications for the S20+ that the leaker had access to. We're talking about the phone that's been in the headlines recently with the foldable clamshell form factor.

With the Tab Active Pro, Samsung has long offered a rugged tablet for first-line workers.

Another discovery from our source is the confirmation of the 120Hz display.

In addition to expandable storage, the XCover Pro will also have a removable 4,050 mAh battery.

16GB of RAM would be a new high point for smartphones. That would follow along with another rumor we've seen, stating that the USA will only get 5G models. "Your screen will change to standard refresh rate". The phone is also rumored to have a glass cover and a hideaway hinge. And while it's subtle, you can also see that the Galaxy S20 sports a volume rocker on its side, along with a second button for locking the phone or summoning a digital assistant. It gives us some more size and scale to the device along with showing off the cameras and the display a bit better.

First of all, let's get out of the way the increasingly confusing product line-up of the Galaxy S20 (and many flagship phones). Samsung does include some AKG USB-C earbuds in the box in case. The Galaxy S20+ will support 25W fast charging with the same system as the Note 10.

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