This week, leaks from Samsung’s Galaxy S20 came out en masse, and now another hands-on device leak confirms a few details. Unfortunately, one of those details is that the Samsung Galaxy S20 will not have a headphone jack.
Courtesy of Max Weinbach over at XDA-Developers, there’s another massive leak on the Samsung Galaxy S20 + that shows off the hardware from all angles. Maybe the most important detail in this latest leak is that the Samsung Galaxy S20 does sadly not have a headphone jack. Whether that happens to all models is unknown, but that seems to be very likely based on past leaks.
Beyond that, the Samsung Galaxy S20 + confirms further specs. For example, the display will be an AMOLED panel with a taller aspect ratio of 20:9. Which makes it significantly larger than the Samsung Galaxy S10+ as shown below. Whether you like it or not, there is also another ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the display Reactions to the S10’s sensor have been mixed, but in the past year, Qualcomm has made improvements to the tech Though, it’s not confirmed that Samsung is using that new technology.
How is the built-in screen recorder accessible on Google Pixel devices? The option within the Power menu is hidden. A long-press on the power button should also bring up power, restart, screenshot and emergency information options. Simply press long on the screenshot button and a new window will pop-up to start a new screen recording.
Google’s built-in screen recorder is very basic, but there are two options for recording a voiceover and showing on-screen taps. After you hit “Start Recording,” another window will appear to warn you that anything that could include sensitive information will be captured on screen.
Rounding things out, this leak also informs us with the utmost certainty that the Samsung Galaxy S20+ will feature a software-limited 120 Hz display.
What surprises does the Samsung Galaxy S20 have to offer? There is not a whole lot at this stage. You will read more on our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy S20 at the links below. On February 11, Samsung officially announces the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.