In a promotional video released, Samsung officially announced that the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event will be held on February 11 this year. In another two weeks’ time, the annual MWC 2020 will open in Barcelona, where Samsung is expected to showcase its new products again. Much of the current information about the flagship in the first half of 2020 has been exposed, but the name of the new product has not yet been confirmed. By convention, the Galaxy S11 was supposed to be the successor to last year’s S10, although there have been recent reports that Samsung will launch the new Galaxy S20 name.
The upcoming Galaxy S20 series is expected to feature three models, including the S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra. The S20 will feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with a rear three-camera, 100-megapixel main lens, combined with an ultra-wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens with a periscope design (supporting 5x optical zoom). The processor is the Exynos 990/SnapDragon865 (the latter is the main, 8GB of memory started, 128GB of storage, 4000mAh battery, pre-installed Android 10-based One UI 2.1.)
The S20 Plus is upgraded to a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a consistent processor, a rear upgrade to four cameras, and an added ToF lens to provide more accurate depth information for AR applications, as well as more natural depth-of-field capture. In addition, the S20 plus battery capacity is larger, up to 4500mmAh.
The S20 Ultra will be Samsung’s new top flagship, with a 6.9-inch AMOLED display with an almost identical core of the S20 Plus, a telephoto lens, 50x hybrid zoom and 100x digital zoom, and a further 5,000mAh battery capacity.
As for the Galaxy Fold 2, it is reported that the machine will use a 6.7-inch display, support horizontal folding, reduce the size by half, the core specifications include SnapSnapdragon 865, 12GB of unsaved, 256GB storage, two batteries 1800mAh, up to 45W fast charging, support 5G network.