One of the most talked about features of the upcoming Galaxy S20 phones is the S20 Ultra and its large camera bump. Today we're getting a good look at that camera bump on an actual S20 Ultra thanks to some leaked photos.
The new leaked image from Reddit show the backside of the Galaxy S20 Ultra and its large, rectangalar camera bump that includes four camera sensors, one of which is labeled "Space Zoom 100X". We can also see the volume and power buttons on the side of the S20 Ultra in this shot.
Rumors have suggested that the Galaxy S20 Ultra's camera array could include a 108MP main cam, a 48MP telephoto sensor with 10x optical zoom, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and a Time of Flight sensor to help gather depth information.
A second leaked photo shows both the Galaxy S20 Ultra and S20 Plus next to each other. Shared by YouTuber Jon Prosser, we can see that the S20 Ultra has that same big camera bump with a "Space Zoom 100X" label while the S20 Plus has a smaller rectangular camera bump with four sensors of its own.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra and S20 Plus are expected to make their official debut on February 11th alongside the regular Galaxy S20, which will reportedly have a triple rear camera setup. The foldable Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Buds+ truly wireless earbuds are also likely to be announced there