It is barely a month away from Samsung’s Unpacked event, billed to hold on the 11th of February 2020 and there are reports that the phone company will unveil the Galaxy S20+, along with other models in the Galaxy S20 range, at this event.
The Galaxy S20+ is expected to possess a 6.7-inch display screen, fitted with an Infinity-O panel and a centred punch hole housing the front camera. Certain leaked images of the Galaxy S20+ from XDA developers have surfaced online.
The device will come with a 12MP 1.8µm primary sensor with a quad-camera system and a flash. The camera setup is expected to include an ultra-wide camera and a telephoto with talks of a macro camera also being a possibility. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, one of the other expected models, will have an amazing 108MP sensor, making photography on this phone a surreal experience.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra may come with a bigger screen display than the S20+, wielding a 6.9-inch display screen. With the Exynos 990 processor at its core, it is expected to have a refresh rate of 120Hz, ensuring smooth display while operating this device.
According to certain reports, the 5G variants will be offered in the US while the 4G variants will be available in other markets. February is barely a month away and are sure that lots of Samsung fans out there can’t wait for the unveiling of these new series of phones.
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