Samsung Galaxy S20 plus 5G True Camera Exposure: Hole-in-the-hole design Removes Bixby button

On January 13th XDA god Max Weinbach tweeted a set of real-life images of Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S20 plus 5G. From the spy photos, the Galaxy S20 plus 5G has a Infinity-O sAMOLED screen similar to the Galaxy Note 10, which may be 6.7 inches in size. It’s worth noting that the Surface Curvature of the Galaxy S20 plus 5G is very small, and the border does not have the same width on all sides.

Samsung Galaxy S20 plus 5G True Camera Exposure: Hole-in-the-hole design Removes Bixby button

Samsung Galaxy S20 plus 5G True Camera Exposure: Hole-in-the-hole design Removes Bixby button

Samsung Galaxy S20 plus 5G True Camera Exposure: Hole-in-the-hole design Removes Bixby button

As for the back, the Galaxy S20 plus 5G features a rectangular quad, a more conservative camera area that doesn’t fly itself as much as it used to.

The true picture also confirms that Samsung abandoned the Bixby button and moved all the buttons to the device’s left border.

Earlier, it was reported that the Galaxy S20 plus the use of 6.7-inch 2K-AMOLED 120Hz hole-out screen, equipped with Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 flagship platform, standard 8GB of memory plus 256GB storage, rear 108MP main camera plus 48 million long-focus plus ultra-wide angle, TOF four-camera, The battery capacity is 4300mAh.

The launch will be held on February 11th, so let’s wait and see.