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Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G live pictures leaked on web!



S20+ 5G front

As we know Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its flagship S series – Samsung Galaxy S20 series, which is still three weeks away, leaks keep pouring in and this time the latest to join the leak bandwagon is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G as live-pictures have surfaced on the internet which showcases the design of the handset, courtesy of Max Weinbach from XDA.

Samsung S20 Plus 5G Live pictures leaked

The leaked live pictures confirm the previously leaked renders of S20 Plus 5G with the Punch-hole /Infinity-O display at the front & a rectangular camera module at the back. Furthermore, the leak states that the device will be available in two models -4G, 5G, so all the rumours were wrong which suggested only a 5G model.

On to the design anyway, S20 Plus 5G features an Infinity-O display, there’s a single front camera placed in the centre, just like the Galaxy Note 10 series of last year, minimal bezel all around, it looks like Samsung opted for a 2.5D glass than its usual curved glass. Powe button, volume rockers are on the right, Type-C port on the bottom along with the speaker grill.

Moving to the back, there’s a massive rectangular camera module at the back which houses triple camera setup with a LED flash and what appears to be a mic just below the fourth camera lens. Well as you may have noticed there’s no periscope lens, as it is reserved for S20 Ultra. S20 & S20 Plus have the primary 12MP sensor and along with that Samsung is also tossing an ultra-wide, telephoto & likely a macro lens in the mix.

Nonetheless, it is not the same lens found on previous Samsung flagship at least as per Ice Universe, he added that the new 12MP sensor (1.8-micron size) camera is notably better than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

So what do you think about the design of the S20 Plus 5G from these hands-on pictures? do comment below!


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