It’s not every day you see smartphone manufacturers leaking images of their upcoming flagships, especially not when the launch event is only a few days ahead.
Well, what do you know! Samsung has done it again. It appears the South Korean giant has accidentally revealed the Galaxy S20 marketing images via their website.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Latest Leaks
The ‘official’ leaks align with previous rumors about the appearance of the Galaxy S20. This includes a single hole punch selfie camera right at the top-center, i.e., the device will feature a full-screen edge-to-edge display.
The leaked images also show a big camera bump on the back, which appears to bundle a triple camera setup, again confirming previous leaks.
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The images are primarily about a new gray case with LEDs, similar to the one for Galaxy S10 that was released back in 2019.
Galaxy S20 Naming Scheme
If one had to choose the most significant leak out of the marketing images of S20, it would be the naming scheme. The successor of Galaxy S10 would indeed be called Galaxy S20, and not Galaxy S11.
If you think about it, the new naming scheme aligns perfectly with the release year. Building on that, we would likely see a Galaxy S21 for 2021.
Nevertheless, this is not the first time Samsung has slipped information about their phone. Last August, it accidentally leaked information about the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus just a day before their release.
Last year, Google did it too with its Pixel 4; however, it purposely leaked the device. But then again, it’s a whole different story with Google Pixels.
The Galaxy S20 family is going to launch at Samsung’s unpacked event on February 11.