With less than a month from its official unveiling, already set for February 11th, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ was finally leaked today in the first real hands-on video. Let’s have a look a the short clip below!
Samsung Galaxy S20+ Hands-On Video Leaked Online
As the watermarks suggest, the hands-on was leaked by Maxwell Weinbach over at XDA-Developers. According to him, the smartphone in the video is indeed the upcoming Samsung flagship.
The video confirms the designs we’ve seen in the past couple weeks. That means a large rectangular camera module in the upper left corner and a total of four cameras. We then find an additional sensor (probably autofocus) and an LED flash. In our opinion this design does look a bit “cheap” and probably worse than the much hated camera module on the iPhone 11 Pro; but that’s just a personal opinion, so you may feel different about it.
Moving onto the front of the smartphone, Samsung brought the punch-hole camera style we find on the Galaxy Note 10 series; consisting in a single hole in the upper part of the display. Additionally, we have an under display fingerprint scanner which rumors suggest is of the ultra-sonic type.
Finally, in the video we also notice the Galaxy 20+ will be featuring the volume rocker and power button on the right side, meanwhile the left side appears to be completely clean; thus no Bixby button.
What do you guys think about the design? Do you like it? Let us know in the comments section down below!