Still a few weeks before Samsung’s annual Unpacked event on February 11, various leaks on the brand’s newest flagship line-up have surfaced online. We’ve already seen CAD-renders and case leaks but nothing that of an actual device.
However, a new leak just came out today. A report by XDA-Developers shows photographs of an actual Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G. The photos also confirmed that Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone will embrace the S20+ branding replacing the previously expected S11+ nomenclature.
Moreover, the phone will have an Infinity-O display and a punch hole notch at the center. The images also suggest that handset’s screen will be relatively flatter because of the decrease in the curvature. In addition, the front camera is visibly smaller than that of its predecessor.
Another significant difference of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ is its rear camera setup. The back of the phone features a large rectangular area with four cameras alongside a flash and a small microphone-looking hole. The rear cameras are expected to be the ultra-wide, telephoto, and macro-lens together with the main shooter.
Samsung will unveil their newest devices on February 11, 2019. We’ll keep an eye on all the updates so stay tuned.