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Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G leak tips Samsung’s secret weapon VS iPhone

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Today we’re looking at the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in imagery released before the official launch event. The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are rumored to appear together during an event on February 11, 2020, but until then, we’re looking to the rumor mill to help us decide which device would be most worthy of our hard-earned dollars. Today we’ve got a list of specifications and a clear look at the lot.

Above you’ll see the design of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in a “leaked” image released this week. This is a photo of the backside of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. You can tell that this device is the most extravagant of the collection thanks to the “SPACE ZOOM 100X” on the camera array – that will not appear on the other two Galaxy S20 devices, if rumors hold true. Connectivity with 5G mobile data speed will, on the other hand, most likely appear on both the Ultra and the Galaxy S20+, depending on region.

The image at the head of this article comes from PPOMPPU boards in South Korea. That same source suggested that the camera array will include the long-rumored 108MP 1/1.33-inch camera sensor for the main camera, a telephoto camera with 48MP 1/2-inch sensor, and an ultra-wide-angle lens with 12MP 1/2.55-inch sensor. This same source suggested that the device would have a fantastical 100X digital zoom… and optical zoom at 5x That’s a pretty sizable difference there.

Galaxy S20 Specs (based on rumors, insider tips):
Display: 6.2-inch 3200×1440 (2K/WQHD+) AMOLED, 120Hz image refresh rate
Cameras: 108MP main, XMP telephoto, XMP ultrawide-angle
SoC/Processor/Chip: Snapdragon 865, Exynos 990
Internal Storage: 256GB (and up)
RAM: 8GB
Battery Size: 3730mAh

Galaxy S20+ Specs (5G!) (based on rumors, insider tips):
Display: 6.7-inch 3200×1440 (2K/WQHD+) AMOLED, 120Hz image refresh rate
Cameras: 108MP main, 48MP telephoto, XMP ultrawide-angle, ToF sensor (camera) for 3D sensing
SoC/Processor/Chip: Snapdragon 865, Exynos 990
Internal Storage: 256GB (and up)
RAM: 8GB
Battery Size: 4300mAh

Galaxy S20 ULTRA Specs (5G!) (based on rumors, insider tips):
Display: 6.9-inch 3200×1440 (2K/WQHD+) AMOLED, 120Hz image refresh rate
Cameras: 108MP main, 48MP telephoto/periscope (100x SPACE ZOOM!), XMP ultrawide-angle, ToF sensor (camera) for 3D sensing
SoC/Processor/Chip: Snapdragon 865, Exynos 990
Internal Storage: 256GB (and up)
RAM: 8GB
Battery Size: 4900mAh

The specifications you see above were constructed using an array of rumors, tips, and anonymous insider info released over the past several weeks. For more information on where each of the individual bits were sourced, take a peek at the timeline below, and explore! We’ll see the whole official release set when we arrive at Samsung’s Galaxy S20 event on February 11, 2020!

The video you see below was made by “Concept Creator” with LetsGoDigital and is unofficial. This is a preview made with unofficial renders – the real deal will look REALLY, really similar.

UPDATE: We’ve now got a bit more information on potential pricing for the USA. The same is true of dates – all of which will be nearly identical. The Samsung Galaxy S20 release date is March 6, 2020 according to the latest batch of rumors, with pre-orders starting on February 11 and ending on March 5. Verizon-centric Galaxy S20 prices start at $1000, $1200, and $1400 according to the latest tips – and it looks like AT&T will likely sell the devices for around $100 less, for each of the three. Stick around for more as we inch closer to the big day!

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The Reason Why Lamborghini Won’t Build A New Miura

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In an interview with Road and Track, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann told the magazine that the Italian supercar maker is done with retro designs. Lamborghini will focus only on the future now. That’s about as clear as it gets. 

Much like every other modern automaker, Lamborghini will spend much of their time and money on EV development. 

It’s unfortunate that Lamborghini won’t make Miura 2: Electric Boogaloo. It’s not all bad news. Lamborghini fans can be excited for the future of the company. EVs like the Tesla Model S P100D prove that EVs can play with the supercar big boys when it comes to sheer speed. The same factory that made the gorgeous Miura or the downright crazy Countach will likely have no issue making an EV that makes waves in the automotive world. 

Whatever EV Lamborghini comes up with in the future, there’s no doubt it will be as revolutionary as the Miura was back in 1969.

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Lucid Air Sapphire Takes On Tesla’s Plaid With A 1,200 Horsepower Electric Monster

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Meanwhile, there are new Michelin PS4S tires for the 265/35R20 front and 295/30R21 rear wheels — staggered at 20-inch up front and 21-inch at the back — with 420 mm carbon ceramic brake discs and 10-pot calipers at the front and 380 mm versions at the back with 4-pot calipers. Lucid says it has used a continuously wound carbon mesh for those discs, too, to improve thermal conductivity. The front and rear springs are stiffer, as are the bushings, and there are unique damper, ABS, traction and stability control, and steering settings.

Outside, there’s a new tinted carbon fiber rear spoiler, matching side mirror caps, and a new Sapphire Air logo on the rear pillars and trunk. Lucid has added to the track width — with new fender lips adding 24 mm at the rear and 12 mm at the front — and while the standard wheels have a more open design than the Air normally sports, there are cabin fiber aero disc inserts which can help boost range.

Initially, only a single color — a new in-house sapphire blue — will be offered on the car. That’ll be combined with Lucid’s new Stealth Look trim, leaving the exterior brightwork darker. Inside, there’s a new Sapphire Mojave theme, with extra bolstering for the 18-way power sport seats that are finished in black leather, black Alcantara, and Sapphire Blue contrast stitching. The infotainment system gets a new Sapphire Mode color scheme, and there’s matching stitching on the steering wheel.

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Kia EV6 GT Packs 576 Electric Horses And A Drift Mode

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You might not associate Kia with performance vehicles, but with 576 horsepower on tap, the new EV6 GT unveiled during Monterey Car Week aims to change that.

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