To those who have been expecting the Galaxy S11 this year, Samsung will not be calling it that name when it unveils its next flagship at the Unpacked event confirmed for February 11. Instead of Samsung giving its next flagship the S11, the company will be naming it the Galaxy S20 thanks to a leaked image which has confirmed this.
Thanks to XDA Developers, we have an actual real-life shot of the next Samsun Galaxy flagship smartphone. The leaked image confirms a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G model and another photo showing the front (home screen) and back with the camera setup. From the image, the Galaxy flagship will be coming with four rear cameras in a rectangular setup accompanied by a LED flash and what looks like a sensor.
At the front, the Galaxy S20+ shares a similar design with the Galaxy S10 series. It comes with an all-screen display with curved edges and the punch hole at the top houses the selfie camera.
It has been rumoured the device will be coming with a new 108MP 9-to-1 Bayer sensor as the main shooter. It will be coming with an ultrawide lens and a telephoto lens is also expected. It is not clear what the fourth shooter actually does.
The entire Galaxy S20 lineup will be revealed at Samsung’s Unpacked event which is slated for February 11. More details will be revealed here on how to watch the event live.