If you are a Samsung fan, then you might have been eying on its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event that is to be held in San Francisco on Feb 11 at 2 pm EST/ 11 am PST. But according to the Indian Standard Time, the event will go live in India on Feb 12 at 12:30.
Also, Samsung, on various social media platforms, is promoting and advertising about its event in which the company is going to launch its new Galaxy smartphone series. Until now, there was a lot of buzzword for the new Galaxy device, whether it would be named as S11 or company is turning the series to S20.
And recently, Samsung has apparently or accidentally leaked its new Galaxy series images on its official website in one of the European countries, which was first spotted by the WinFuture.
Here’s the screenshot of Samsung’s online store showcasing its new device:
The company is all set for its upcoming Unpacked event, which is just a week ago, and this is not the first time Samsung has leaked its official device images just before the launch ahead.
Previously, last August, when the company was on heat launching the Note 10 and Note 10 plus, it leaked the images online just a day ago. We don’t know whether it’s Samsung’s marketing strategy to create hype among users, or it was only apparently posted and pulled back instantly.
Although, with this leak, fans and loyal customers of Samsung would be excited to know what Samsung has to offer with its new Galaxy device. Following the rumors for past few months its been cleared through images that Samsung will be introducing its new S20 series with three different variants:
- Galaxy S20
- Galaxy S20+
- Galaxy S20 ultra (which is considered to be the flagship variant of series)
The S20 ultra will be the high-end performing variant with a large immersive screen that could make it a little heftier than the other two variants. Apart from that, three of the devices are tipped to boast unmatched hardware quality ever seen in any Android device. Besides, the S20 ultra is also expected to come with a 120 Hz refresh rate.
However, other rumors like centered punch-hole selfie camera, 108 MP lens, design, name (replacing S11 with S20), and other specs of the smartphones are up to the expectations and proved to be right.
Samsung always surprises its fan base community by adding something new to its device, and this time, we can see a lot of improvements in battery life, camera, hardware, and other specs. However, we are also shocked by its new price range.
What does Forbes say?
The real shock instead comes from new price leaks. Tapping up a source within Verizon, vociferous YouTuber Jon Prosser today revealed the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra will start from $999, $1,199 and $1,399 respectively. And here’s the real shocker: much like the iPhone 11, the new Galaxy S20 is actually the successor to the entry-level Galaxy S10e. At the same time, the Galaxy S20+ replaces the standard Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra takes over the role of the Galaxy S10+ as the range’s new flagship. Prosser remarks, “You may riot now,” and it’s easy to see why.
Interestingly, Samsung has already opened Galaxy S20 pre-orders. The registration page currently has no prices, so those who have already signed up are set for a rude awakening.