Some may ask when is the release date of Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones? The Samsung Galaxy S20 series launch date is set for February 11, 2020. The smartphone trio composing this family have been making buzzes since last year.
Today, the Galaxy S20 series have visited GeekBenck 5.1 benchmarking app. We have the Galaxy S20 flagship devices that are heading to the US shores. Those variants that are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 system-on-chip rather than its proprietary chipset.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra come with SM-G981, SM-G986 and SM-G988 model numbers respectively. Each model may be accompanied by specific suffix depending on the market where it intended to hit the shelves. For example, model number with an “N” suffix is intended to go on sale in South-Korea and “U” for the US market. The “F” models, should be the versions heading the European market.
The trio variants that will be launched on February 11th are powered by the same Snapdragon 865 SoC which is paired with 12GB of RAM. The benchmark score are crucially identical for all three Galaxy S20 series smartphones. Additionally, their benchmark scores match up with other Snapdragon 865 5G chipset-equipped smartphones that have gone through the GeekBenck 5.1 test. Sure is, there’s variation, but that could be due to the pre-release software and hardware.
It should be worth noting that these are probably the 5G variants of the flagships, the LTE versions are G980 and G985. It’s still blurry whether the S20 Ultra will have an LTE module. The LTE models are aimed at markets where wireless carriers are yet to deploy their 5G networks.