Although Samsung's Unpacked event is a few weeks away there have been many CAD-renders and case leaks, but thanks to XDA-Developers, we’re getting our first glimpse at live images of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G.
On the front, the Galaxy S20 Plus 5G supports an Infinity-O display that has a centered punch hole at the top. Samsung is going with a 2.5D curved display, but the actual curvature appears to be significantly lower than before. The leak suggests that the display is almost flat to the touch. Recent rumors have also indicated that the Galaxy S20 series will pack 120Hz displays that should deliver a seemingly smooth experience.
Over on the back, the quad-camera set up on the Galaxy S20 Plus 5G is expected to pack an ultra-wide, telephoto, and macro lens alongside the main camera sensor as seen before from existing rendered leaks. The latter will also support a new 1.8μm sensor that should deliver better low-light imaging while retaining the 12MP resolution. And of course, the phone will pack the latest Snapdragon 865 chipset, which is the latest processor to come out.
Samsung's event, Unpacked, is scheduled for February 11 where we expect to get the specs on all three variants that Samsung is believed to be launching this year. Along with the new release, we should expect to see the company’s second foldable that may or may not be called the Galaxy Z Flip as suggested from updated leaks. While the name might not be clear we do know that it going to have some sort of clamshell design and is going to support 8k recording.