Galaxy S20+ Photos Leaked


The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung has set out a launch event in the February month i.e. Samsung’s unpacked 2020 event. We have seen some rumors that say the company is planning to launch a new Galaxy S20 series smartphone during the event. Today, we have got some exclusive pictures of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones.

Many tech-blogs have confirmed that the Galaxy S20 is a suitable name of the upcoming flagships from Samsung so we hope to see the new Samsung devices with the same name. The real-world photos shared on the web-platform confirms some specs of the new smartphone.

If we talk more about the phone, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is a said name and there is no official confirmation made by the giant. XDA Developers team have gotten some exclusive images of the upcoming Galaxy S20 device from which one image shows the bootup screen of the device.

If we go by the images shared by XDA Developers and their team, the 5G version of Samsung Galaxy S20+ can be seen in the image. The company may launch both, 4G and 5G editions of the phone. There will be three different models of the upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones released by the company and each one of them will come with 4G and 5G editions.

Furthermore, the variants will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 Chipsets. Both of the variants will come with 5G modems. Apparently, if your market has a 5G network, you will be able to get a 5G variant of the phone. If your market doesn’t support the 5G network, then you can go with the 4G model.

Apart from the name of the series, what changes we could notice here is the infinity display on the device. The display looks a bit flatter which actually adds more premium look. The design of the devices will also acquire a few changes making them handier.

Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, these will be the new flagships of Samsung for this new year. We will receive more updates in the future.

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