After revealing that the next flagship phone will be called the Galaxy S20 during CES 2020, a set of real photos of the suspected Galaxy S20 + 5G version shared on the XDA Developers. Max says in a separate tweet that the display is not as curved as that of its predecessor, the Galaxy S10+. But this year, it seems the S series is getting a new numbering scheme, and, according to the boot screen, this device is the "Galaxy S20+".
Its punch-hole selfie camera has also been moved to the top centre part of the display.
Another image, highlighting the rear side of the device, shows the upcoming Galaxy S20+ smartphone will come equipped with four cameras instead of three, a feature that is already available in many of its existing flagship devices.
When it comes to leaks though, we'd be far more interested in seeing what the new foldable device from Samsung looks like, with a clamshell flip design being touted. The display, as per the source, feels nearly as flat as the one on the Pixel 2 XL, indicating that the Korean tech giant might've opted to use 2.5D glass instead of the curved glass it uses on its recent flagships.
We saw a bunch of Galaxy S20 leaks hit the web over the weekend and on Monday morning, but perhaps none are as big as two videos that were posted on Monday afternoon. The device sports a 32MP camera on the front.
The Galaxy S20+ also has fewer buttons as the Bixby button is now gone, hopefully for good.
The camera array is believed to include an ultra-wide, telephoto, and macro lens, along with a fourth which will likely be the standard wide lens.
The Samsung Galaxy XCobver Pro is also EMV Level 1 certified making it a great business tool with which you can accept cashless payment from your customers when they tap their NFC-Equipped credit card, phones or even Smartwatches or Galaxy phones. This model has a slightly larger screen. Note 10 Lite on the back contains a 12MP primary camera, a secondary 12MP camera and a third 12MP sensor.
The phone's specifications are otherwise midrange: a 6.3-inch 2220 x 1080 display (which Samsung claims can still be used when wearing gloves), a 2GHz octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage (with support for a microSD storage card up to 512GB).