New Samsung Galaxy S20 + compared to the Galaxy S10 +.

If you were already saving to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus that Samsung will present next February 11 at Unpacked 2020, you better like huge phones. Otherwise, this year it may be an excellent option to resort to the more compact size model of this family of phones that still hides the odd surprise.

New Samsung Galaxy S20 + compared to the Galaxy S10 +.
New Samsung Galaxy S20 + compared to the Galaxy S10 +.

You only need to take a look at the filtered real photo, recently published by the editor of XDA-Developers, Max Weinbach, on his Twitter account, where you can see the new Galaxy S20 + next to the Galaxy S10 + last year.

In the image, you can see how the dimensions of the new terminal far exceed those of the previous model, especially in terms of height. This difference is mainly due to the increase in screen diagonal, which goes from 6.4 to 6.7 inches.

Samsung has worked to make better use of the space in the front. You are reducing the margins surrounding the panel - which, by the way, now lacks the already classic edge curvature and bets on a somewhat less pronounced curve as well as the hole diameter intended to house the front chamber.

Even more striking will be the case of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which in theory would have an even larger screen than that of this Galaxy S20 +, and which will most likely exceed even 6.8 inches of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 +.

But this is not the only information we have been able to obtain recently about the new phones in South Korea. In a second tweet published by the same source, the technical specifications of the Galaxy S20 + are detailed according to people. Who, in theory, have already been able to spend time with the device.


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