The next major event for the Samsung Unpacked 2020 smartphone launch is only a few weeks away, as the South Korean technology giant is expected to unveil on February 11 the lineup of its flagship Galaxy S20 phones, as well as a new foldable smartphone.
With the start of the event approaching, some live photos of the alleged foldable Galaxy Z Flip and a few computer-generated images of the Galaxy S20 series have appeared, however, the first live images of one of the leading Samsung phones of 2020, Samsung Galaxy S20 +, have now appeared.
These photos allow a quick look at the design that is expected to be seen at the Unpacked event on February 11, 2020.According to the photos, the Galaxy S20 + supports 5G networks, and the new leaks also show how the back camera is made of four lenses.
The camera of this phone is not expected to come with the highest specifications, instead, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the model that includes the highest specifications in terms of the back camera, but it is expected that the Galaxy S20 + includes a 12-megapixel main lens and a telephoto lens and a super-angle lens.
On the right side of the phone there is a volume control button, but the Bixby voice assistant button does not exist, unlike the previous Galaxy S10 series.
The front of the screen shows that there are very small bezels, with the Infinity-O display less curvature than before, and it appears that Samsung has chosen 2.5D glass instead of the usual curved glass, with a hole for the front camera smaller than the hole used in the Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy S20 + comes with a preinstalled screen protector, just like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10, and while these images do not clarify the interior specifications, the splash screen almost completely confirms the presence of the Snapdragon 865 processor, at least in North America.
It is not clear whether Samsung intends to release this version globally or not, but the Galaxy S20 series is expected to come with an Exynos 990 processor outside the U.S., so that we will have four versions of the S20 to choose from at this time, as there will be a Galaxy S20 4G, Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20 + 4G and Galaxy S20 + 5G.
Here’s an initial look at the Samsung Galaxy S20 +
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