The smartphone will be equipped with a punch-hole display that may support 120Hz refresh rate. Over the past few days, we've seen a few leaks related to the device all stemming from one source via XDA Developers.
The 120Hz refresh rate is locked to a 1080p resolution, so you'll need to choose between 60Hz at 1440p or 120Hz at 1080p.
Samsung is hosting a launch event on February 11, where the S20 family and a new folding handset called the Galaxy Z Flip are expected to be revealed, along with an update to the company's Galaxy Buds wireless earphones. This is a 20:9 aspect ratio, so the Galaxy S20+ in particular will at least be a bit taller than last year's equivalent.
Additionally, XDA says that the phone will come with a traditional headphone jack and as well as an in-display "ultrasonic" fingerprint scanner.
We already know the camera specs but just to recap, there is a Quad camera setup on the rear that includes a primary 12MP Sony IMX555 sensor with 1.8-micron pixel size, a secondary 12 Megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, a 64 Megapixel telephoto camera & a fourth Time of Flight sensor.
All in all, there are some exciting things here as well as some disappointments. For me, the 120Hz display is perhaps the best upgrade, although a QHD/120Hz or 90Hz option would be nice.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 5G managed to get a single-core score of 561 and multiple scores of 2358 on Geekbench.
While a bigger battery means you'll be able to use the device longer, it also suggests the device will be more powerful overall.