This is what Samsung's Galaxy S20+ 5G looks like

This is what Samsung's Galaxy S20+ 5G looks like

This is what Samsung's Galaxy S20+ 5G looks like

There are only a few weeks left before Samsung's Unpacked event scheduled on february 11, but a lot of rumors and leaked images that are set to be showcased on the event were already starting to spread online.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is Samsung's next mainstream flagship series, and all eyes are set on the top Android OEM for its biggest guns yet. Luckily, our source was able to get us a video of the Galaxy S20+ 5G where the phone is momentarily flipped around. It'll be interesting to see if Samsung can articulate a use-case for stuffing a desktop's worth of RAM into a smartphone.

The launch of the Galaxy S20 is only a few weeks away, which means that the rumors about the Galaxy S20 are only getting worse. The device was exhibited with an all-screen display and a new rectangular camera system which appears to feature four sensors.

Moreover, the mobile device seemingly lacks a dedicated button to activate Bixby, Samsung's cross-platform digital agent. And if you compare this front display to other devices, this will be similar to Google's Pixel 2 XL.

With all this in mind, however, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G certainly looks like a monster phone, when it comes to hardware, one that Samsung's rivals may have a hard time to match.

As for the smartphone in general, it is a device that sees Samsung take a poke at the enterprise smartphone market.

The device is believed to be in the middle of the new series. Instead it was claimed the South Korean firm is planning a "Galaxy S20 Ultra" that could pack a larger screen and more advanced camera hardware. Its main camera features a now unreleased Sony IMX 555 12MP 1.8μm sensor, supported by a 64MP sensor whose function is not yet clear. XDA noted the device might feature a 12-megapixel primary lens as well as telephoto, ultra-wide, and macro sensors. The microphone on the rear side might be an important part of Samsung's zoom-in mic feature.

Although Weinbach only has details regarding the Galaxy S20+, there's a good chance it shares most of its specifications with both the smaller and "Ultra" varieties.

Samsung will also start marketing its integrated smart home and 5G ecosystem products under its One Samsung platform in Taiwan in the second quarter, covering handsets, household appliances, wearables and tablets, Chen revealed.

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