The Samsung Galaxy S20+ will not be the first phone of the Korean firm to subtract the headphone jack from its configuration. Just look at the recent Samsung Galaxy A80 or Galaxy Note 10+ to see that in the manufacturer’s mind, there was already the idea of erasing the connector from its catalog. But finding it absent in the Galaxy S20 series can be a blow to many users.
The information lands from Forbes in recent days. Apparently, Samsung will entrust the audio of its Galaxy S20+ to the wireless headphone via Bluetooth, or make its users use a converter for the USB Type-C port if they do not have headphones specifically designed for that port.
In previous years, the Galaxy S has included headphones designed in collaboration with AKG. Therefore, what remains is to know what model we will have in the box of the future Samsung Galaxy S20+.
We do not know for now what will happen on some new Samsung Galaxy buds coming up. What does seem clear is that it will be a change that many do not like. However, it is the price of evolution. We will know more on February 11 as the device available for sale.
What Samsung Prepares in Return
Though it will miss the headphone jack, it seems like Samsung wants to compensate it with something else. Recently, Samsung’s Galaxy S20+ 5G flagship device was seen on the Geekbench benchmark platform.
Thanks to this, several of its key specifications were revealed and confirmed. The phone has a model number of SM-G986U. Today, another member of the line, the Galaxy S20 5G, which has a model number SM-G981U has appeared on the same benchmarking platform.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 is the most basic version in the S20 series. It was previously known as Galaxy S11e according to rumors and leaks. The listing on the Geekbench 5 benchmark of the Galaxy S20 5G also reveals the results of its benchmark test.
In the single-core performance test, it has received a score of 561. Meanwhile, in the multi-core performance test it obtained a result of 2358 points.
The Galaxy S20 that went through Geekbench has the Android 10 operating system as standard. It also has 12 GB of RAM. The Android operating system will arrive under Samsung’s One UI 2.0 customization layer.
The motherboard field in the Geekbench listing has the word ‘Kona’ mentioned in it. This is just the code name of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform. Certain markets are expected to receive an edition of the Galaxy S20 series with Exynos 9830 (Exynos 990).
The S20 renders that were launched by OnLeaks a few weeks ago revealed that it is equipped with a perforated screen. Also, the backside has a camera configuration in the form of a rectangle. The module is expected to house three cameras, with a 12-megapixel main lens, a 64-megapixel telephoto lens and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor.
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