Actual Leaked images of Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G

Samsung S20+ 5G

The images of the next range of Samsung’s smartphones, which are expected to be the Galaxy S20 series, have leaked. The visuals give a hint of the powerful internals. The images are alleged to be of the Galaxy S20+ 5G and show us how they would look like.

The quad rear camera setup is visible in the leaked images of the Galaxy S20+ 5G phone. On the front side, the phone has a familiar Infinity-O design that is centrally-positioned with hole-punch at the top. XDA-Developers have leaked the Samsung Galaxy S20+ live images.

The Galaxy S20+ 5G is expected to succeed in the Samsung Galaxy S10. According to the previous leaks, Galaxy S20 will be the successor to the Galaxy S10e, while Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the successor to Galaxy S10+.

The Galaxy S20 and S20+ will have both 4G and 5G versions, but the Galaxy S20 Ultra will only have a 5G version. Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC is expected to be included in the phone. To clear the confusion between the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S20 names, the leaked images show Galaxy S20+ 5G on the boot screen.

The images show the Galaxy S20+ 5G in black color and glass-made rear panel which is similar to its predecessor. The camera bump is huge and there are four camera lenses, which consist of a macro camera, a regular RGB snapper, a telephoto lens, and a wide-angle shooter.

If reports are to be believed, the Galaxy S20+ 5G will be equipped with a 108-megapixel in-house ISOCELL sensor and a 48-megapixel telephoto lens. There are also rumors that a periscope camera module will give the phone the 5x optical zoom capability.

The Galaxy S20+ 5G, on the front, has a centered hole-punch, which is becoming common in most Samsung phones after the introduction in Galaxy Note 10 duo. According to reports, the phone has a 2.5D curved glass panel, which is very subtle and the display looks flat.

It is also expected to have a pre-installed screen protector. The panel will most likely be a Super AMOLED unit. Another striking difference is the lack of a dedicated Bixby button on the phone.

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