South Korean giant, Samsung, is unrelentingly working on its Samsung Galaxy S20 series. As usual, the rumour mills have a lot busier with numerous leaks and speculations regarding this series. The latest is the recent leak of the real image of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G version.
The handset features a 6.7-inch Infinity-O sAMOLED screen and it appears to have 4 cameras at the rear. The camera configuration may include the main camera, ultra-wide-angle, telephoto, and macro lenses.
The render also confirms that Samsung has eliminated the Bixby button and all buttons are on the right of the device. The images also seems to reveal smoother glass than the S-series devices. This suggests that the device will use more like the 2.5D glass of the Note series. However, fans will certainly complain about the presence of large bezels. It is certainly larger than netizens’ expectations.
According to previous Samsung official announcements, a new Galaxy product launch will be held on February 11th. According to speculation, the company should release three phones. These include the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra. There are reports that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra will use a 108MP main camera while the S20 and S20+ will use 12MP lenses.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Promotional Poster – To Have A 120HZ Display
A promotional poster of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series phone recently appeared online. The poster did not reveal much other than four smartphones with a center punch-hole camera design. According to speculations, this series will include Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. All three phones will use the combination of Snapdragon 865 + 8GB RAM + 256GB storage. However, the differences will be in the camera and battery.
Over the past few weeks, rumors have circulated about the capabilities of its screen. According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first Samsung phone to come with a 120Hz screen. Last year, there was a preponderance of smartphones with 90Hz refresh rates. It makes users increasingly looking for devices with these features.