Live images: This is the Samsung Galaxy S20+ in the flesh
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be unveiled in less than a month, and there's been an influx of leaks on the device over the past few weeks, with the latest, just yesterday, detailing the main camera sensor of the Galaxy S20 and S20+. For the first time, however, live images of a phone in the series have leaked.
The device in question is the Galaxy S20+. While the S10+ was the top of the line mainstream option in the series last year, the S20+ takes a step back and reserves the top spot for another phone, expected to be the S20 Ultra. As such, the S20+ will be the middle option.
Going by the images and the source report, the phone will feature a less curved display than the S10. Samsung has steadily reduced the curves in its flagships since the Galaxy S8 phones, and this will likely be good news to most. At the top of the display is centered hole punch that appears to be a bit smaller than the Note 10's.
The rear of the phone plays host to a rectangular camera module. It's been seen on renders for a while now, so nothing is surprising about it. There are four cameras present. The fourth one appears to be a macro lens. There also appears to be a secondary microphone in the camera module.
None of the images show the sides or bottom of the phone, so there's not much to say about what ports the phone will feature. We don't expect the Galaxy S20 phones to sport 3.5mm headphone jacks, though.