Pictures of the smartphone formerly known as the Galaxy S11 have leaked ahead of its February launch.
The photos show the front and back of the larger Galaxy S20+ which is one of three models set to be revealed on February 11. The S11 moniker was scrapped in favour of S20 because it's 2020, and a good excuse to skip over nine numbers for marketing purposes, meaning the new models will include the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The device appears to be in line with what we saw last month; it's sporting four cameras on the rear along with an LED flash, while the sixth hole in the rectangular array seems to be a microphone. According to XDA, the handset features a 12MP (1.8μm pixel) main sensor, accompanied by an ultra-wide, telephoto, and macro lens. It also looks like the Bixby button has finally been trashed, with only a volume rocker and power button visible on the side. Huzzah!
Image credit: XDA Developers
Over on the front is a hole-punch front-facing camera framed by a barely-there bezel. According to the source who leaked the images, gone are the steep curves of yesteryear. The display is reported to feel flat, and this seems to be backed up by the pics.
No doubt the full list of specs is on the way, what with there being less than a month to go before the big reveal. We've heard the S20 will switch out 60Hz refresh rate for a 120Hz display so we'll be able to see if that's the case soon enough. [Android Police]