Samsung will most likely reveal its first set of new Galaxy phones as early as next month according to a press release sent to us with a save the date notification. According to Samsung, the first Galaxy Unpacked of 2020 will take place on 11 February at 21:00 South African time.
The company announced that the Livestream will be available on the official Galaxy page or users can head to Samsung.com/za.
The first Galaxy Unpacked of 2020 is said to host a number of new reveals including a trio of new Samsung Galaxy S11 smartphones as well as a new foldable device. According to rumours, the Galaxy S11 will feature a similar design to the Note 10 with a punch-hole cutout at the top of the display. The phones are said to be arriving in 6.4, 6.7, and 6.9-inch models.
As for the specs of these new Samsung Galaxy S11 devices, they are said to include 5G connectivity, a four-camera array system featuring a 108-megapixel camera and a 5x optical zoom. As for the battery, Samsung is said to be packing in a 5,000mAh cell inside the device to help power the new 120Hz display.
We will, of course, share the leaks of these new devices before the reveal as we know they will surface somewhere. Hopefully, we can also share more information about these upcoming smartphones as they are revealed.