Many undoubtedly cheered when Samsung announced that the Galaxy S20 smartphones would finally be getting a 120Hz display. Given that companies like Razer introduced 120Hz displays to smartphones years ago, many have been wondering why it has taken companies this long to introduce it to their products.
Unlike last year’s Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones, Samsung made it a point to offer up 5G across all of its Galaxy S20 smartphones this year. This is no doubt good news for those looking to hop onto the 5G bandwagon, but at the same time, 5G still isn’t quite as widely-available around the world just yet.
galaxy home miniAccording to the rumors and reports, Samsung was expected to officially announce the availability of the Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker at its Unpacked event. That did not happen, but it seems that the speaker is actually now available, although not exactly in the way that many of us imagined.
We got our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S20-series, which is comprised of three models, the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra a trio of phones that have a shared technological foundation, but scale in size and camera capabilities for a maximum market footprint at the high-end.
Samsung Galaxy S20 is almost around the corner. The official launch of the device is going to be on February 13th, 2020.However, a lot of information has already surfaced online for us to get a good idea of what to expect on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11, also known as Galaxy S20 now.
Samsung has confirmed that they will be hosting an Unpacked event on the 11th of February where they are expected to announce the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series. For those wondering, Samsung is expected to introduce three different models, the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
As the number of smartphone models grow, companies are starting to find it difficult to come up with catchy model names and numbers. For example, with the 2017 iPhone, Apple decided to call it the iPhone X to mark it as the tenth iPhone model, and it looks like Samsung could be doing something similar for its 2020 flagship smartphone.