Samsung Galaxy S20+ hands-on video leaked; key details revealed

In the past few days, plenty of details on the Samsung Galaxy S20+ have been leaked by Max Winebach of XDA Developers. Earlier this week, he had shared leaked shots of the Galaxy S20+ 5G smartphone. He used Device Info app to reveal key information such as cameras features, display details and more. Today, he has also shared a leaked hands-on video of the Galaxy S20+ 5G smartphone.

Galaxy S20+ hands-on video

The leaked hands-on video of the Galaxy S20+ showcases its punch-hole display and its rectanglular camera module on the rear that houses four cameras, a microphone hole for better audio quality and an LED flash. There is a slight change in the placement of the buttons on the edges of the device.

The Galaxy S20+ has a volume rocker and a power key on its right edge. There is no Bixby AI assistant button, and it lacks a 3.5mm audio jack. The Bixby assistant could be made available through a long press feature on the power button. The retail package of the S20+ is expected to include USB-C AKG earbuds and a 25W fast charger.

Galaxy S20+ display

The Device Info app has revealed that the display of the Galaxy S20+ 5G supports a maximum resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 pixels and a tall aspect ratio of 20:9. The below image reveals that the Galaxy S20+ is bigger phone than the Galaxy S10+. Rumours suggest that the Galaxy S20+ has a 6.7-inch screen. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will be a larger device than the S20+, as it is expected to house a 6.9-inch display.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S20+ comparison-

The Galaxy S20+ supports 120Hz refresh rate only when the display produces full HD+ resolution. If the resolution is changed to WQHD+, the refresh rate automatically comes down to 60Hz. Some rumours had claimed that Samsung may ditch the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner on the S20 series. Instead of this, the company was speculated to make use of an optical in-display fingerprint sensor that illuminates the scanning area when pressed. Weinbach claimed that the fingerprint scanning area of S20+’s display does not illuminate, which indicates that it is equipped with an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint sensor.

Galaxy S20+ cameras

The Device Info app has revealed that the main camera in the rear camera setup of the Galaxy S20+ has the unannounced Sony IMX555 12-megapixel sensor as the primary shooter. It has a large pixel size of 1.8 microns. The secondary lens of the Galaxy S20+ is a 64-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL S5KGW2. Its third lens is ISOCELL S5K2LA by Samsung. The details of the fourth camera are not known yet. The rear cameras will support 4K 60fps video recording with OIS and EIS.

Samsung galaxy S20+ leaked shots

For shooting selfies, the Galaxy S20+ has a Sony IMX374 10-megapixel camera which is also available on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. It supports 4K video shooting at 60fps with OIS and EIS. The S20+ will offer users a new ‘Smart selfie angle’ feature that can automatically switch to a wide-angle selfie when there are more than two people in the frame.

Galaxy S20+ specifications

The Device Info app has further revealed that the Galaxy S20+ is driven by the Snapdragon 865 mobile platform and 12GB of LDDR5 RAM. It ships with 128GB of native storage (presumably UFS 3.0). The handset is expected to available in higher storage versions. The phone is equipped with a 4,370mAh minimum rated battery. Its typical size could be 4,500mAh. Lastly, the phone comes with eSIM support.

Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy S20 series of flagship phones on February 11th. The Galaxy Z Flip foldable clamshell phone is also expected to go official at the same event.

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