It confirms most of the initial renders
With only a month to go before Samsung officially launches the Galaxy S20 series (and Galaxy Bloom/ Z Flip) on February 11, XDA Developers’ Max Winebach got hold of photos of an actual unit.
The unit in question is the Galaxy S20+ 5G, which should look no different from the 4G version. The photos confirm the Galaxy Note 10-like punch-hole display and the huge camera bump in the back carrying four cameras. Unlike previous renders, the Galaxy S20+’s camera layout is organized, with three cameras on the left side and an LED flash, fourth camera, and a laser autofocus sensor on the right side.
As for the specs, the Galaxy S20+ will have an Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865 processor, 4500mAh battery with 25w charging, and 6.7-inch Quad HD AMOLED display with 120hz “on-demand” refresh rate.
As for the rear cameras, the Galaxy S20+ will use an updated 12-megapixel main camera, accompanied by telephoto, ultra-wide-angle, and possibly a dedicated macro lens.