The first live images of Samsung’s next mobile in the Galaxy series, Galaxy S20+, have made their way into the real world. XDA developers and known Samsung leakster MaxWinebach released the images. The images also indicate the name of the mobile phone as S20+.
An anonymous source provided the images to XDA developers. These images were matched with the CAD-based leaks indicating the overall design of the Galaxy S20+ mobile phone. S20+ is the larger mobile in the Galaxy series. The mobile will have a hole-punch-style display with a front-facing camera positioned in the center. Analyzing the glare from the edge of the images, it may have less sharply curved display edges when compared to other recent Galaxy S mobile phones. No Bixby button is visible on this phone, which confirms earlier leaks.
Camera and other features expected in Galaxy S20+
On the rear, we can see four cameras, one LED flash, and what appears to be like a microphone hole. These cameras, LED flash, and microphone hole are all set up on the rectangular camera module. This look is not the same as the previous one we got but neither the same as that of CAD-based renders. XDA believes that the four cameras on the rear side include a big 12MP (1.8μm pixel), primary shooter. Primary is built up by a telephoto and an ultrawide. Also, the fourth one expected to be a macro camera.
Some rumors in the past claimed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartphones might stop its trend of having separate models of 5G-specific mobiles. This rumor is confirmed by the fact that Qualcomm’s next flagship mandatorily gives 5G support. And Samsung’s mobile phones always packs Qualcomm SoC in them(at least in the USA). From the name “Samsung Galaxy S20+”, we can’t deny the rumors, but at least we can say that Samsung is not giving away with its 5G specific models.
We will know all the details in a month at Samsung’s Galaxy unpacked event to unveil the Galaxy S20 series.