Samsung's Unpacked event is taking place on February 11, which is when we will know all the details about the upcoming Galaxy S20 series. XDA says the display sides are "much less curved than before". Samsung's Galaxy Fold line may continue to exist separately, or Samsung might decide to group all of its smartphones with foldable OLED screens under the new Galaxy Z umbrella.
The handset also comes with a single cut out punch hole on the front for the Selfie camera, there also appears to be a slimmer bezel than the current handsets.
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Another of the live images show the phone's rear with the now-familiar rectangular camera housing.
While it's not altogether surprising that Huawei, one of the top three biggest purveyors of smart phones across the globe, was able to sell 100,000 Mate X's per month, it's yet another vote of consumer confidence for folding devices. Instead, it has a flatter 2.5D glass design. Some fans might be shocked at Samsung's decision to go with a 12MP sensor, which is of the same resolution as seen on the previous Galaxy phones. Neither of these two will have Samsung's expected high-end custom 108 megapixel sensor and will simply have 12 megapixel cameras that are slightly newer than the ones from 2019. The other is the Samsung Galaxy S11 range (or Samsung Galaxy S20, as it's rumoured to be called), said to come in regular, Plus and Ultra models. We're getting pretty wordy with these 5G phone names again.
Unsurprisingly, Samsung will be introducing several new camera modes and features with the flagship.
The Galaxy S20/S20+ cameras won't be quite as powerful The smaller (and presumably cheaper) Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ are going to feature 6.2-inch and 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED displays, per today's information. The "5G" suffix in the name also implies the standard model will be 4G only.