Galaxy S20 leaks confirm the phone will use Samsung's controversial in-display ...

New Galaxy S20 leaks confirm the phone will use Samsung's controversial in-display fingerprint technology and a powerful 120 HZ display More leaks confirm that the Galaxy S20 will use an in-display fingerprint reader The technology was introduced with Samsung's Galaxy S10 with mixed results Glitches in the sensor made the device un-lockable to anyone The S20 will also have a 120 HZ display and a physical headphone jack 

By James Pero For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:42 GMT, 15 January 2020 | Updated: 19:42 GMT, 15 January 2020

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Yet another round of leaks about Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S20, are rolling out ahead of the phone's launch.

According to XDA Developers, the forthcoming Galaxy S20 Plus - the larger version of Samsung's flagship phones that are slated to be released in February - will definitively have a high-end 120 HZ display which had previously only been rumored.

The 120 HZ display will offer a high refresh rate but will only work with the phone's standard resolution as opposed to the WQHD - quad high -  setting that clocks in at 1440p as opposed to 1080p.

Leaked photos have confirmed that Samsung's next flagship phone will be called the Galaxy S20 as had previously been speculated. Pictured, a leaked image of the Galaxy S20+

Leaked photos have confirmed that Samsung's next flagship phone will be called the Galaxy S20 as had previously been speculated. Pictured, a leaked image of the Galaxy S20+

'In the image of the rear, the first thing that stands out to us is the camera setup. We can see a total of 4 cameras, a flash, and what looks like a microphone hole', wrote Max Weinbach who released images of the device this week

'In the image of the rear, the first thing that stands out to us is the camera setup. We

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