Latest Galaxy S20 leak corroborates names, reveals long list of accessories

Latest Galaxy S20 leak corroborates names, reveals long list of accessories
With just over a month to go until Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S20 series at its next Unpacked event, one pretty massive leak courtesy of Mobile Fun has just corroborated the planned branding and revealed the long list of official cases that are being prepared.

Samsung Galaxy S20 official cases


Obtained through one of Mobile Fun’s trusted official accessories supplier, the information reiterates recent claims that Samsung’s cheapest 2020 flagship will be marketed as the Galaxy S20 rather than the Galaxy S20e or Galaxy S11e.

The device is expected to feature a 6.2-inch curved Infinity-O display and an advanced triple-camera setup on the back. A long list of high-end specifications including the Snapdragon 865 in North America and the Exynos 990 elsewhere is also expected.

Samsung’s next device should debut with Android 10 onboard and support 25W fast charging. The latter will complement a rumored 4,000mAh battery and support for both wireless and reverse wireless charging

As for the official cases that were mentioned in the opening paragraph, it looks like Samsung is planning to yet again offer an extensive range of cases. These will include an updated version of its Clear View Cover which will be available in Black and Grey.

Joining this option should be an LED View Cover and LED Cover, both of which will also be sold in Black and Grey, and a newer version of the Protective Standing Cover that is reportedly going to be available in Black and Silver. 

As per usual, Samsung is also preparing an extensive range of Silicon and Leather Covers that share the Sky Blue, Black, and Grey color options. The former will also be sold in White, Pink, and Navy while the latter is also going to be sold in Light Grey, Brown, and Red.

Completing the entire list of Galaxy S20 cases will be a Clear Cover.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra official cases


The remaining two flagships will reportedly be called the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. They’re expected to offer 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch curved displays paired with triple and quad-camera setups respectively.

Internally, the phones should be virtually identical to the standard Galaxy S20. The only differences will likely be the size of the battery, the storage and RAM count, and the speed of fast charging. 

Samsung is planning a slightly more extensive lineup of cases for these two devices. The Clear View, LED View Cover, and LED Cover will now be available in White, Sky Blue, and Pink in addition to the Black and Grey options mentioned earlier. 

The Protective Standing Cover option, on the other hand, will remain unchanged with Samsung set to sell it in Black and Silver. The same goes for the Silicon Cover, which should be sold in Black, White, Grey, Sky Blue, Pink, and Navy, and the Leather alternative, which will be available in Black, Light Grey, Grey, Brown, Red, and Sky Blue.

Completing the list of accessories looks set to be a Clear Cover and, in the case of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, a new Kvadrat (textile) Cover launching in Green, Red, and Grey.

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra case pricing


European and North American pricing hasn’t yet been revealed but today’s leak does provide the alleged UK price tags and, from what can be seen, Samsung isn’t planning any price hikes.

  • Clear View Cover for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra – £49.99
  • LED View Cover for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra – £59.99
  • LED Cover for Galaxy S20 S20+, and S20 Ultra – £49.99
  • Protective Cover for Galaxy S20 S20+, and S20 Ultra –£ 29.99
  • Silicone Cover for Galaxy S20 S20+, and S20 Ultra – £24.99
  • Leather Cover for Galaxy S20 S20+, and S20 Ultra – £44.99
  • Clear Cover for Galaxy S20 S20+, and S20 Ultra – £17.99
  • Kvadrat Cover for Galaxy S20 Ultra – £29.99

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11 Comments

1. RoryBreaker

Posts: 293; Member since: Oct 11, 2015

Feb 11 is coming quick!

2. AngelicusMaximus

Posts: 776; Member since: Dec 20, 2017

I've never bought a Galaxy S device in my life, but I get super excited for the unveiling every year because it gives me a good idea of what the new Note will be like. Can't wait.

3. androiduser

Posts: 549; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Same for the first part, my first 2 phones were notes, but after using a small phone I stopped buying big phones.

4. Ichimoku

Posts: 187; Member since: Nov 18, 2018

hm, keep growing. more complicated. more expensive.

5. OneLove123

Posts: 1291; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

S20 ultra will be mine!

6. TheAccountant unregistered

has anyone noticed Phonearena keep on using fake render image in every S20/S11 article? maybe to deter less informed consumers from buying new S series. who knows, this is phonearena

9. saddameu

Posts: 38; Member since: Mar 26, 2017

all renders are fake smart ass until samsung releases the phone and goes official

11. joshuaswingle

Posts: 740; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

THERE AREN'T ANY OFFICIAL RENDERS!!!! These are as close to the real thing as possible because they're based on CAD files!! Would you prefer I use a Galaxy S10 photo? Honestly, you guys will find anything to complain about.

7. tiz_meh

Posts: 81; Member since: Aug 11, 2017

Why stop at 6.9"? It's only .2" different from s20+. From s20 to s20+ is .5" different. I wish s20 ultra is 7.0-7.2"

8. JMartin22

Posts: 2411; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

That camera housing looks like a portrait frame. It’s honestly a bit ridiculous lol. How many more camera sensors are we going to need going forward.

12. dimas

Posts: 3440; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

I'm waiting for the 6.2". Not like the 5.8" s10e but 4,000mah is tolerable.

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