First Live Image Of The Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Games Athletes Edition Appears


Samsung had introduced the Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Games Athletes Edition handset during the Galaxy S20 press conference, and the first live image of the phone just surfaced.

This image appeared on Weibo, and it seems to have an NTT Docomo branding on it. That is not the variant that Samsung showed off in images during its press conference, it has slightly different branding on the back.

Other than the Docomo branding on the back, and smaller Olympic games symbol, this is the same phone. IT comes with the same color, which seems to be something between gold and silver, based on this image.


This Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Games Athletes Edition live image shows the back side of the device

You can see only the back side of the Galaxy S20+ 5G Olympic Games Athletes Edition in this live image, unfortunately. The phone has the exact same design as the regular Galaxy S20+ 5G, though.

This phone will contain some added content in terms of software. Some additional wallpapers will be available, and perhaps even some themes that you can use.

Do note that this variant of the phone will be available to Olympic athletes only. It will not be available for purchase, it seems. In terms of specs, it will be the same as the regular Galaxy S20+ 5G.


We presume that Samsung will make both Exynos and Snapdragon variants of the phone, just like it did for the regular model. Why? Well, Olympic athletes come from all around the world, so they have different needs in terms of 5G support.

Due to the current Coronavirus epidemic, this year's Olympic games may be canceled. As things stand at the moment, they are still taking place, but that may change in the future.

The Galaxy S20+ is one of three flagships Samsung announced last month

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ is one of three flagships Samsung introduced this year. In addition to it, the company showed off the Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra.


Those three phones look fairly similar. The Galaxy S20+ has a larger camera module than the S20, and smaller than the S20 Ultra. It is also generally in the middle of those phones, in terms of both specs and size.

The Galaxy S20+ offers a curved display, but much less curved than it was on the Galaxy S10+. It features extremely thin bezels, and a centered display camera hole. Its back is curved, and the device is made out of metal and glass.

The European and Indian variants of this phone are fueled by the Exynos 990 SoC. The US and China models come with the Snapdragon 865.