Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro Is A Removable-Battery Smartphone For $499

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Samsung may even unveil it at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11, 2020.

Yes, it used to be easy to find a mobile phone with a removable battery.

First off, the cameras.

As seen on the leaked image, the phone screen confirms the said name of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.

Meanwhile, if we talked about the back design of S20 Plus, you can see on the image that the device has a bigger camera array compared to other Samsung devices. There also appears to be flash on the camera and what was implied as a microphone hole for improved audio quality for the smartphone series. There will also be a settings toggle to turn this feature on or off. For cameras, the telephone has a 13-megapixel entrance-going through a digital camera in the corner of the display and two rear cameras: a 25-megapixel digicam and an 8-megapixel digicam. For selfies and video calls, there will be a 10MP camera on the front.

Samsung Galaxy S20 camera modes, 8K video support revealed
Unsurprisingly, Samsung will be introducing several new camera modes and features with the flagship. Around the front we have the nearly bezel-less Infinity-O display with the punch hole camera .

Other assorted features confirmed by XDA Developers' source are the 8K@30FPS max video quality, and video evidence of Single Take photo mode. This apparently works with selfies too. But Director's View, the rumored feature to record a scene with all available cameras and then swap between the footage, isn't. Perhaps the most important detail in this last leak is that the Galaxy S20 unfortunately has no headphone connection.

The specific model shown in the leaks is the Galaxy S20+, which unlike previous years is expected to be positioned in the middle of the Galaxy S20 line, above the standard Galaxy S20 but below the new super-premium Galaxy S20 Ultra. You have to choose either a 2K screen at 60Hz or Full HD resolution at 120Hz.

This is unfortunate - a QHUD 120Hz panel would nearly certainly be class leading, but now there's a chance Samsung will be quickly surpassed whichever other option it picks. These will mostly likely be ultrawide and telephoto lenses.

The phone will feature 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space, but you can extend that up to 512GB thanks to the built-in microSD slot.

As Samsung stressed during our briefing, the phone is meant for all-day use in the field, with a 4,050 mAh replaceable battery (yes, you read that right, you can replace the battery just like on phones from a few years ago). These specs were backed up by MySmartPrice, who worked with another notable leaker, Ishan Agarwal.

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