There will be no Samsung Galaxy S11. Instead, Samsung is jumping ahead to the S20. XDA-Developers has obtained pictures of what it says is the Galaxy S20+ 5G. The boot screen appears to show the rumored S20 name and a 5G variant, as you’ve no doubt noticed, but also reveals the elaborate camera array that reportedly includes a 12MP 1.8-micron main camera, an ultra-wide, a telephoto and possibly a macro lens. There might also be a rear microphone to boost audio quality when you’re recording videos.
There’s also a rumored S20 Ultra that would include more advanced camera tech such as Samsung’s 108-megapixel sensor. You could expect a regular S20, a lower-end version an S20e? and LTE versions most devices.
Samsung will unveil an entire line of Galaxy S20 devices at its Unpacked event on February 11th, including multiple screen sizes and some models with 5G connectivity. The company’s next foldable phone, perhaps called the Galaxy Bloom, is also expected to debut next month.