12 February 2020
UPDATE (February 5th, 2020):
Samsung's upcoming flagships Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra have leaked in real-life forms. The first leak shows both smartphones lying side-by-side and offers a look at their back panels. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a distinctive rear camera module that shows all the four camera sensors and 100X zoom branding. The Plus variant also has quad cameras but it does not have any such text branding.
The second leak shows Galaxy S20 Ultra prototype and offers an even better look at the camera module. One can clearly see the four cameras and the 100X branding.
UPDATE (January 16th, 2020):
Max Winebach, an XDA TV host, has shared a video on XDA's official YouTube channel showing Samsung Galaxy S20 series dummies. These are 3D printed dummies that show what Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra look like. The video even shows the comparison of the phone dummies with other phones like Galaxy Note 10 Plus, Galaxy S10, and iPhone XS.
Check out the video below for in-depth analysis:
Original (January 15th, 2020)
In the past couple of days, we have seen a surge in Samsung Galaxy S20 leaks. These leaks include real-life images of the device, detailed camera features, and even Galaxy S20 Ultra spec-sheet. The newest XDA leak is about Galaxy S20 hands-on video that reveals a few more interesting details about the upcoming flagship.
The hands-on video confirms that the design that we have seen in previous leaks and reports. It can be seen with a taller display and a centered punch-hole. The back panel features a dedicated camera module that houses a total of four camera sensors. The phone has been shown in Black color which confirms it as one of the color options for the launch.
The report further details that the Galaxy S20+ has a Quad HD+ (3200 x 1440 pixels) display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It does not mention any new information regarding the display size. It reveals that the flagship will come with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner instead of the optical one. It corroborates a previous claim that the 120Hz refresh rate will be limited to 1080p display resolution. It means if you would like to use the device at the highest 2K resolution, you will have to settle for the standard 60Hz refresh rate.
The leaked unit is said to be featuring 12GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. There is a 4,500mAh battery to keep the lights on. It will be supported by 25W fast charging and the retail box will include a 25W fast charger. Interesting, Samsung is said to ditch 3.5mm headphone jack with the Galaxy S20 series and bundle the phones with AKG USB Type-C earbuds.