Leaked Galaxy S20 marketing materials show off the series' awesome cameras

Galaxy S20 Marketing Materials
Galaxy S20 Marketing Materials (Image credit: @evleaks on Twitter)

What you need to know

  • Even more Galaxy S20 series leaks dropped today.
  • This time, it's the phones' marketing materials.
  • They do a good job of differentiating the phones' camera sensors.

There's just one more day to go before Samsung's execs take to the stage in San Francisco to unveil the company's upcoming flagships — and let's not forget that cute foldable. Yet, there's very little that they might say on the stage that will be new to most followers of this site, given that just about everything from the phones' looks to their specs to their pricing has now been leaked.

Evan Blass, the merciless leaker leading the charge in stripping Samsung's execs from any hope of surprising us with anything, just littered the internet with even more S20 material. This time, it's the company's marketing promos.

This batch of leaks, in particular, does an excellent job of highlighting the differences between the S20 series' cameras and those of previous generations of Galaxy smartphones. They also highlight the S20 Ultra's 108MP primary sensor well.

In addition, there are a few camera samples from the phones, as well as a lineup of the various accessories you can buy alongside the S20 this year if you want to go all-in on the Samsung ecosystem. There's a smartwatch, a couple of cases, and of course, the Galaxy Buds+, which you'll get for free if you preorder either the S20+ or the S20 Ultra.

Muhammad Jarir Kanji
  • Wow you guys are here before Phone Arena. Impressive.
  • Its interesting they call the S20+ the 'S20+ 5G' and the regular S20 only 'S20'.
  • Probably means the S20+ and the Ultra are the only models with 5G as an option. The S20 is the replacement for the more budget friendly S10e. Apple followed a similar branding tactic with the iPhone 11 series.
  • The 865 requires a 5G modem so unless they’re going with a different processor that isn’t it.
  • An article about new leaks without providing the leaks? I'm not signing up for Twitter and requesting to follow someone to see these.
  • ...all of the pictures are in the article.
  • No pictures in the app, just on their website
  • I included all the images in the gallery n the middle of the page. Also, we can't embed the tweets themselves in the article because Evan Blass' account is private, and therefore you can't embed his content anywhere. I did link to his tweet, though, to provide the source, and if you already follow him, you can check it out for yourself.
  • Look like a fun combo of cameras, and I'm looking forward to seeing actual photos because I love to pixel-peep ;)
    The "DepthVision" camera is just marketing for a TOF sensor, which other phones have and HTC can do without using a separate sensor.
    The 108Mp camera would be cool, but we will have to see if it can ACTUALLY take a 108Mp photo, or if it will be binned. I hope it's the former, as pixel binning only gives bragging rights without the results.
  • Yeah it would be cool to see a dedicated 108mp mode like on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. RAW capture would be even better.
  • Doing depth sensing with software does work, but it's rarely as good as photos taken with a TOF sensor.