Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (2020)

Collection of drawings of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra display with measured dimensions and resolution

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, also known by its codename “Hubble,” is a member of the Galaxy S Series of “phablets” as the successor to the Galaxy S10 and an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was revealed on February 20th, 2020 at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra features four back cameras in a larger bump out than the other two phones of the series, two color options, and a price tag of $1399. Improving on its predecessors, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 120 Hz refresh rate, an improved camera with the ability to record 8K video, and super-resolution 30x to 100x zoom. The Galaxy S Series, of which this phone belongs, is the first ever lineup of phones to receive USB fast-charger certification from USB Implementers Forum.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a height of 6.57” (166.9 mm), width of 3” (76 mm), depth of .35” (8.8 mm), and weighs 7.83 oz (222 g). The screen size is 6.9” (174.4 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 px at 511 ppi.

Details

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Height: 
6.57” | 166.9 mm
Width:
3” | 76 mm
Depth:
.35” | 8.8 mm
Length:
Display Size:
6.9” | 174.4 mm
Resolution:
3200 x 1440 px; 511 ppi
Weight:
7.83 oz | 222 g
Storage:
128, 256, 512 GB
Designer:
Samsung
Release:
March 6, 2020

Properties

Drawings include:
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra front elevation, back, side

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Samsung Galaxy Smartphones are premium smartphone devices that compete at the highest level against the Apple iPhone and Google Pixel. Samsung offers an array of smartphones to attract all types of consumers who would prefer a better camera rather than power, or productivity with a bigger screen.