Samsung Galaxy S20+ Will Be Considerably Larger Than The S10+

Samsung Galaxy S20+ Camera Specs Leaked Through Screenshots

Additionally, Samsung is expected to launch a Galaxy Fold 2 at its February Unpacked event alongside the S20 line, and this new folding handset will apparently feature Super-Fast Charging at 25- to 45-watts.

The leak also included a short video which shows the "domino" style rear camera block, though further info supplied to XDA affirms that the headphone jack is nowhere to be found. You can see the brief video clip above. It also confirms a predictable black colorway. The report claims that the 120Hz will be only available at full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2400 pixels).

Having said that, the latest revelation mentions that the Samsung Galaxy S20 will have 8K video recording support at 30fps frame rate and with 16:9 aspect ratio. Some past rumors had speculated that the Galaxy S20 would ditch the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner that is inside the Galaxy S10 smartphone in favor of an optical scanner. There will also be a settings toggle to turn this feature on or off. The bad news is that you'll only be able to use that 120Hz refresh rate at FHD+ resolution.

Something not coming to the Galaxy S20, at least according to XDA Developers, is a headphone jack.

The model obtained by the leaker comes with 11GB of RAM (likely to be marketed as 12GB). It has a minimum rated battery of 4,370mAh which suggests that its typical capacity could be 4,500mAh.


The Galaxy S20's leak floodgates opened last weekend and things have been pretty insane ever since.

All in all, there are some exciting things here as well as some disappointments. The 120Hz display refresh rate is also a nice touch.

The Galaxy S20 compares favorably to other phones On the opposite end of the flagship spectrum sits the standard Galaxy S20. However, an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor does not such lighting.

It is already known that Samsung will be switching to a new Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) material for its foldable screen on the Galaxy Z Flip but there are still some concerns that it will be just as scratch-prone as the Galaxy Fold's polyimide (PI) plastic panel.

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