The rumors and leaks which are surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S20+ will soon come to a stop as the 11th February launch date nears. That said, there is still some time left before Samsung makes the S20 series smartphones official. Ahead of the official launch in the next month, the real-life images showing the Samsung Galaxy S20+ have been leaked.
We are now finally able to take our first official look at the actual Samsung Galaxy S20+ itself from live images. As you can see in the images, the phone has a punch hole camera on the front. On the rear part, the smartphone has a quad-core setup with an LED flash unit along with a microphone hole.
Since the galaxy S20+ will be coming with an in-display fingerprint sensor, there would not be any physical fingerprint sensor on its rear side. Plus, we can see the right edge that possesses a volume rocker and the power button.
The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S20+ is likely to come with a 2.5D glass on the front with small bezels. As per the reports revealed, the punch hole on the smartphone will be smaller than what we have seen on Note 10.
Samsung is also likely to change the name of the new Galaxy S11 series to the S20 series. Based on the earlier reports, Samsung’s new S20 series will include the Vanilla Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones, and these smartphones are even likely to have display sizes from 6.2 inches up to 6.9 inches. The smartphones will be fuelled by either a new Samsung Exynos chipset or the Snapdragon 865 chipset, depending on the regions.
Update: The pricing has also apparently been leaked. The standard Galaxy S20 will be priced slightly above £900 (INR 71,000), and its bigger brother S20+ will sell for £1000 (INR 78,900). The S20 Ultra will apparently sell for £1,300 (INR 102,500). We’ll keep you updated as the story develops.
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