In the Unpacked event being held on 11 February, Samsung will supposedly showcase its Galaxy S series of smartphones — the company’s flagship lineup. But before that even happen, as usual, the live images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 have already started surfacing online, which Samsung is said to launch commemorating the new cultural decade as well as the New Year 2020.
And now, the images of the camera setup of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G are out on the internet now. The images solely hint towards a rectangular lens setup comprising four regular sensors accompanied by an LED flash and an untalked special sensor or a microphone pinhole.
Similarly, like the Galaxy S10 series, the Galaxy S20+ also comprises a front with crisp curved edges, which has always been a thing from Samsung.
As for the optics, the rear quad camera setup in the S20+ will supposedly consist of a new 108MP 9-to-1 Bayer sensor that should do 12MP stills with huge pixels alongside an ultrawide and a telephoto sensor. However, it’s yet to know what the fourth sensor is capable of.