Samsung is revealing the S20 series smartphones next month, and leaks have already started surfacing as usual. The latest addition in the countless number of smartphone leaks these days comes from Xda-developers, which show some live images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20+. The photos show the black variant of the Galaxy S20+ in all its glory.
On the front, the phone has an allegedly big 6.7-inches 2K AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and a centered punch hole camera on the top. The images also confirm the new camera setup for the smartphone, which many people might not like. It consists of 4 cameras, a flash, and what appears to be a hole for an unknown use. According to some reports, the primary camera will be of 12 MP, accompanied by a telephoto lens, a wide-angle sensor, and a ToF sensor. The front camera is expected to be 10 MP.
The phone will be powered by either Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, or Samsung’s own Exynos 990 Soc depending on where you are purchasing it from. Surprisingly, the phone has a 2.5D curved screen, which we see on almost all smartphones these days. It is a big turn back as its predecessor had a screen much more curved from the sides. Another noticeable change is the lack of a physical Bixby button.
The phone along with S20, S20 Ultra, and S20+ 5G will be launched in a Samsung Unpacked event taking place on February 11. Stay tuned for any further news about these smartphones!
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