Samsung’s Next Flagship Phone Rumored To Be Galaxy S20

Posted: Jan 14 2020, 3:12am CST | by , in Technology News

 

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Samsung’s next flagship phone rumored to be Galaxy S20

Samsung could break its tradition this 2020 and the S11 might not be Samsung's next flagship phone.

Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone, which is expected to be unveiled at the company’s annual Unpacked event is the Samsung Galaxy S20, not the Galaxy S11 or the Note11 that people have been traditionally expecting. With an S20 phone, Samsung might be paying homage to the year 2020.

According to multiple media reports, Samsung will announce a trio of the Galaxy S20 at the Unpacked hardware event on February 11.

XDA Developers was the first website to provide leaked photos of the rumored S20+, one of the trio of S20 phones.

XDA reporter Max Weinback said the photos were sent by a source who requested to stay anonymous.

Notably, the leaked photos show an interesting new camera setup that appears to have four cameras, a flash and a hole for the microphone. 2020 is definitely going to be a year of multiple cameras. The hardware, however, is missing the Bixby button that was present in the older S10 model.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20’s front sports a full-screen Infinity-O display with almost no bezel. XDA’s source reportedly described the display as flat, shying away from Samsung’s usual curved display.

Samsung has yet to make an announcement, but you can check out the leaked photos from XDA’s Max Winebach:

Photo credit: Max Weinbach / XDA Developers

Samsung's Unpacked event is scheduled for Tuesday, February 11 at 11 a.m. PST in San Francisco.

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