Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone Galaxy S20+ has been leaked again, thanks to the courtesy to the xda-developers. We already knew that the new devices will be called Samsung Galaxy S20-series instead of Galaxy S11.
The render images revealed the phone entirely. According to leaked images, the phone would house a quad-rear camera set up inside the rectangular camera bump. The three cameras will be placed at the left side of the camera bump while the right side of the camera bump will have a camera sensor, a flash, and a microphone hole.
S20+ 5G looks absolutely insane pic.twitter.com/0vppZ65wys
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) January 12, 2020
In terms of camera specifications, the phone would feature a 12-megapixel sensor Sony IMX 555 sensor with a 1.8-micron pixel size. The primary sensor will be paired with a 48-megapixel Samsung ISOCell S5KGW2. The third camera will be an ISOCell S5K2LA sensor while details of the fourth camera are unknown at the moment.
On the front, the phone will feature with a punch-hole camera situated at the top center of the phone. In terms of specification, the phone would come with a 10-megapixel Sony IMX 374 sensor. It will shoot up to 4K 60fps videos. The phone will have an Infinity-O display like Galaxy S10. The phone wouldn’t come with a dedicated Bixby button.