Leaked Samsung Galaxy S20 images reveal giant four-lens camera bump

Samsung is for the iPhone 11 Pro camera system by adding four lenses to the back of its next flagship smartphone.

Leaked images surfaced online this weekend and give a complete picture of the next Galaxy S20 (yes, this is true, Samsung has forwarded a few figures). Samsung wanted to unveil the S20 during a live streaming keynote. We saw a few minutes of the S20 that led to the event, but this is that these are the first real images of the next big rival of the iPhone.

View this huge camera hump:

Four lenses too many?
Photo: XDA

It seems that the rear camera system has four lenses (normal, macro, ultra wide angle and telephoto), a flash and a microphone hole. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max contain ultra-large, normal and telephoto lenses. It is said that the Apple 2020 iPhone range also includes a phone with four camera lenses.

Galaxy S20 is preparing for the iPhone

According to XDA Developers, which has obtained images, this model will be called the Galaxy S20 +. It will be a medium-sized model for the S20 series, which also features a "Galaxy S20 Ultra" model that will be even more advanced camera technology.

The bezel-free display with a hole in the camera is perhaps the biggest change in the design with the gigantic camera system in the back. Instead of using 3D curved glass, Samsung uses so-called 2.5 D glass, giving it a flat feel. Other rumors have claimed that the phones will be a function of 120Hz screens, and of course 5G. Some 4G models will also be available.

The large Unpacked event from Samsung is scheduled to descend into the apple of the San Francisco garden on Tuesday, February 11 at 11 p.m. PT. Other devices unveiled during the event may also include a clamshell-like smartphone with a foldable display, the Galaxy Z Flip.

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