Samsung has officially announced the date of its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11, 2020. The Galaxy Unpacked is the marquee event where Samsung has a tradition of launching its flagship phones from the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, if you’re not familiar with it. As for next month’s case, Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S11 series phones, which may officially debut as the Galaxy S20 series, as stated by some sources. Also, Samsung is expected to announce its next foldable phone at its 11 February case, tentatively named the Galaxy Fold 2.
The Galaxy Unpacked case will kick off on February 11 in San Francisco at 11:00 PST (12:30am IST). The video invites Samsung’s upcoming mega launch event to suggest the arrival of two separate device classes-the next flagships of the Galaxy S series and the Galaxy Fold 2 possibly. The company has also announced the launch of “new, creative products,” which indicates that several phones are in the pipeline as well as some new smart home and wearable devices, with the Galaxy Buds+ true wireless earbuds recently popping up.
Samsung to Launch 3 Models
Samsung is apparently looking to change the naming convention of its Galaxy S series phones. This is beginning with the Galaxy S11 series and could name it the Galaxy S20 series. A total of three models states to come under this series. It is the regular Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Leaks gave us an idea of how to look like the upcoming Samsung flagships. But their rumored specifications are something that will surely get fans excited.
The imaging department will be led by a 108-megapixel main camera. Also, a 48-megapixel OIS telephoto lens and a 5x optical zoom periscope-style camera module. Support for 8 K video capture at 30fps, Director’s View, Night Hyperlapse, and Vertical Panorama could include camera features. The curve Dynamic AMOLED display of the phones states to feature a centrally located hole-punch. It states that the refresh rate is 120Hz. As far as the Galaxy Fold 2, it expects to sport a clamshell design. This is similar to the Motorola Razr (2019), but specifics of its specifications are now very slim.