Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus OFFICIAL 😲 Specs, Features, Release Date, Price
All you need to know: Specs, Features, Release Date,Price Leaked images Camera and even screen size of 6.7 inches . Enjoy There are some exciting new leaks about Samsung's upcoming flagship phones. we have another month until there release but ...
All you need to know: Specs, Features, Release Date,Price Leaked images Camera and even screen size of 6.7 inches . Enjoy
There are some exciting new leaks about Samsung’s upcoming flagship phones. we have another month until there release but already we have our first live images of the phones from the folks at XDA developers. And for loyal samsung fans who were waiting for the Samsung 2020 Unpacked event on feb 11 to unveil the Galaxy S20 trio of flagship smartphones as well as a new foldable smartphone this is great news.
As the launch date approaches there have been images of the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone and some renders of the Galaxy s2o but The first live images of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20+ have been leaked and They confirm previously leaked renders about its design, A quad-camera setup on the back and a flatter screen.
So here is all we know so far about the S20s In the image of the back of the phone we can tell that from the camera setup is it has a total of 4 cameras, a flash module , and what looks like an additional microphone hole. This might help improve audio quality for video recording on the series, which appears to be a big priority for Samsung this time around.
Also something that i think is welcome change by samsung is the fact that they decided to stop forcing Bixby on everyone unlike in the earlier S10 series the right side of the phone has no Bixby button we can see only a volume rocker and a power button.
In the front of the display As the leaks reveal, There is a single front camera nestled in the Infinity-O display thats smaller then that on the Galaxy Note 10, which is far less curved than Samsung’s previous phone models. This marks a departure from Samsung’s signature of the Galaxy S series since the galaxy S6.
Samsung this time around is using 2.5D glass instead of its usual curved glass It almost actually feels flat in the hand similar to that of the Pixel 2 XL. For those like me who hated the curved screens, especially when trying to find a screen protector to fit the display this will be very exiting but just like its predecessor the Galaxy S20+ will come with a pre-installed screen protector.
Samsungs Galaxy S20+ would usually be considered the highest-end model. That’s actually not the case this year. Samsung is positioning the regular S20 to be the ‘smallest’ of the bunch, and adding a new, ultra-premium model at the higher end, named the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This model will likely also get a much better set of imaging tech than the S20 and S20+.
The Galaxy S20+ is expected to be in the middle of the S20 series. It will be slightly larger than the regular Galaxy S20 but it will not have the camera technology present in the higher-end “Galaxy S20 Ultra”. This particular model is rumored to come with a new 12MP 1.8μ micro meter main image sensor. Samsung is also throwing in an ultra-wide, telephoto, and likely macro lens. The microphone on the rear could help with Samsung’s zoom-in mic feature. It could also just help improve audio quality in videos in general, which was a weak point on previous models that samsung want to work on.
Samsung’s decision to change the naming for its flagships is apparently not the only surprise it’s got in store for us.
The Galaxy S20 and S20+ are expected to launch in a few different variants around the world. The entire series will be available with both a 4G and a 5G variant and the devices will look the same, although the U.S. market is expected to get only the 5G models
I can’t speak about the specifics of network connectivity just yet, but
Given that the device, at least in the U.S., will pack the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform (which can only be paired with the Snapdragon X55 modem), it should support the sub-6GHz networks of Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Since we expect the phone to launch on Verizon as well, it’s likely the device packs mmWave antennas to support Verizon’s Ultra Wideband (mmWave) network. Outside of the U.S., the phone is expected to pack the Exynos 990 SoC. Whether or not the S20 that launches in other parts of the world will be 5G will all depend if the networks in that country support 5G yet.
Im really exited about the new samsung flagship and what the future holds in 2020 with 5G, its interesting enough no one has heard anything about apple making a 5G compatible device, at any point make sure to be subscribed and hit the notification button to be notified when we upload more leaks or when we attend the Samsung Unpacked event on February 11th to know more about the S20 series and the new foldable phone coming from samsung. Stay tuned and smash that like button if you enjoyed this video! Thank you for watching see you in the next one!
. The phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 stateside — with the addition of the X55 modem making it compatible with both the sub-6GHz and mmWave flavors of 5G networking — and by Samsung’s own Exynos 990 elsewhere.