Monday, 10th February, 2020 - 14:03
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra are being unveiled on the rapidly arriving release date, Tuesday February 11th. This is all part of Samsung’s ‘Unpacked’ event, where these new devices will be released to the public. There’s also rumours of a fourth ‘foldable’ device, which is being compared to the new Motorola Razr's design.
The naming system is the biggest change, moving away from the sequential numbering the S range has seen to date. It isn't yet official, but all rumours seem to point to Samsung abandoning the S11 name in favour of the S20 to bring it in line with the current year.
The S20 Ultra has also been rumoured to have an incredible 10x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom. They are also rumoured to have a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, which will surely please many consumers.
The front and back screen both come equipped with Gorilla Glass 6, which is said to be damage and scratch resistant, with some claiming that it can survive 15 drops from a 1 metre height. Some tests have shown that competitive glass does not survive even one drop from this height.
We have also seen some potential, rumoured, measurements for the new models:
Samsung Galaxy S20: 6.2”
Samsung Galaxy S20+: 6.7”
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: 6.9”
If you are interested in the new Samsung Galaxy S range devices, then ensure you keep your eyes peeled on February 11th.
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