We’re less than a month away from the next Samsung Galaxy flagship from launching at Unpacked 2020 and we’re finally seeing our first real photos of one of the devices thanks to XDA-Developers. This is the Galaxy S20+, and it’s supposed to be the middle device in a series of three.
From the photos, we see a design extremely similar to other Samsung devices. The center hole punch is placed like the one on the Galaxy Note 10 but seems to be smaller, while the rear camera module’s design is right off the Galaxy S10 Lite. Inside there you’ll find four cameras. This is likely a main wide angle camera, an ultrawide, a telephoto, and maybe a macro.
Otherwise, there aren’t many design changes compared to the Galaxy S10 series. There’s also no visible Bixby button but it’s more of the same. This seems to be an iterative update, but it’s sure to be a great device nonetheless.
Even though the Plus device has traditionally been the top of the line, this year it’ll be the middle choice. The high end model should be called the Galaxy S20 Ultra and will likely feature the new 12MP 1.8μm camera sensor. Otherwise, not much is known about it.
We may see a few more leaks before the event, but it’s quickly coming up. Stay tuned for the final specs!