Samsung showcased a host of new products such as TVs, smart homes, appliances, and robots at the CES 2020, but did not demystify the much-anticipated new smart phone. At next month’s Unpacked launch, the company is expected to launch a second-generation Galaxy Fold folding screen smartphone, or Galaxy Z Flip. It’s a big improvement from last year’s first generation of folding-screen smartphones, but the two may be sold side-by-side for some time.
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Of course, the folding screen won’t be samsung’s Only San Francisco launch on February 11. The biggest announcement is the new Galaxy S20 Series smart machine. What I didn’t expect was that before January, someone had a real-life video of the Galaxy S20 Plus on the web.
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Earlier Monday, Max Weinbach posted an 18-second video of the camera taking a selfie. Now, anonymous sources have provided him with a 17-second video of the static photo experience.
The first screenshot shows the new photo UI used by the Galaxy S20 Plus, and the second shows one of the camera modes being used (Take Single).
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It is reported that the galaxy S20, which is positioned to get started, will replace the Galaxy S10e, while the Galaxy S20 Plus will be considered a “standard version” and the Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the flagship.