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Galaxy S20 pictures leak via Samsung’s own website

With nine days left until Samsung’s next Unpacked event, the question is whether the company will have any surprises left to announce.

After multiple leaks of the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip, the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy S20 range, Samsung has got in on the act by publishing one on its own website. The marketing images, spotted by WinFuture, show a case for the latter which confirms previous leaks about design elements and its name.

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The listing was quickly pulled from the Samsung website, but not before the screengrabs above were taken. As you can see, it is indeed to be called the Galaxy S20 (rather than the S11, as you might expect in a follow up to the S10), we’re looking at a tall camera bump on the back and a punch-hole camera on the front.

The listing on one of Samsung’s European websites wasn’t actually for the phone itself, but for an official case. And this one appears to be the same LED case you can buy for the current batch of Galaxy S10 devices, only designed for the S20’s dimensions.

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Speaking of dimensions, we’re expecting the Galaxy S20 to be a 6.2-inches, with 6.7- and 6.9-inch versions coming under the “Plus” and “Ultra” brand. All three are likely to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or the Exynos 990 equivalent, depending on your region. You can read about the latest S20 rumours here.

While it was leaking the S20 on a European website, Samsung also leaked the Galaxy Buds+ on iOS. CNET spotted the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ app has indeed appeared on Apple’s App Store, and you can see it for yourself here

Despite supporting a product that hasn’t been released yet, the app has a star rating of 1.7 out of five. Oh, app reviewers: never change.

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