New information about the Samsung Galaxy S20 series has recently leaked. According to the shared information, Samsung will use 12 GB RAM on all smartphone models under the Galaxy S20 series.
South Korean technology giant Samsung, the flagship smartphone series of the Galaxy S family is preparing to launch new members of the market. According to the latest information, the name of the new smartphone series Galaxy S20 is expected to be busy with the agenda more recently, continues to increase interest and curiosity day by day. The Samsung Galaxy S20 series, which has recently leaked live photos and case images, has been on the agenda with information covering all phone models.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e, the lowest performing smartphone in the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, was launched last year and had 6GB of RAM. The top-of-the-range smartphone Galaxy S10 + had 12 GB of RAM. The Galaxy S20 series, which is expected to be released this year, is unlikely to include any ‘e’ model, and Samsung has planned to use the same RAM capacity on all models.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be available with 12 GB RAM:
Samsung is not expected to use different amounts of RAM in the Galaxy S20 series, which is expected to be introduced next month. The South Korean company will instead use 12 GB of RAM on all of the Galaxy S20 models to be introduced to keep the amount of RAM equal. In addition, there is information about the processor of smart phones.
Samsung uses different chipsets from region to region. According to the region where the phone will be launched, the device will be equipped with a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 9830 chipset. This time, Samsung will use Qualcomm’s chips in the Galaxy S20 series more than ever. The Samsung Galaxy S20 will be unveiled next month at the UNPACKED event in San Francisco. This event will take place on 11 February 2020.