Samsung will hold its first major launch of the year at the Samsung Galaxy Unpack launch in San Francisco on February 11. The main character of the launch is believed to be no stranger to the Galaxy S20 series. In addition, there are Galaxy Z Flip folding phone, Galaxy Buds plus real wireless headphones, Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker and other products are also expected to be unveiled at the launch.
Let’s get to know it first.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Series
According to current news, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series will include the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20, the 6.7-inch Galaxy S20 Plus and the 6.9-inch Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The front of the Galaxy Series series will feature a similar design to the Galaxy Note10 series, using a punched screen and located in the middle of the screen.
They all use a high refresh rate screen of 120Hz, although previous messages indicate that the high refresh rate can only be used at 1080P resolution, while at 1440P resolution, the refresh rate is limited to 60Hz.
The rear cameras of the Galaxy S20 series will be designed with the very popular matrix design of the moment, similar to the Galaxy S20 Plus, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra rear camera module is larger and of course more powerful.
The galaxy S20 Plus’s rear four-mode set consists of a 12-megapixel wide-angle main camera, 64-megapixel telephoto, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a ToF lens.
The Galaxy S20 uses a three-camera combination, with the exception of a toF lens, and the other configurations are consistent with the S20 Plus, which supports threex optical zoom, 30x digital zoom, and 8K 30FPS video capture in video.
It’s worth noting that while the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 will still feature a 12-megapixel main camera, they will use a larger sensor, with a unit pixel of 1.8 m and a photo-taking effect.
The galaxy S20 Ultra, the top-of-the-line product, is even more powerful, using a combination of 108-megapixel master cameras and 48-megapixel latent telephoto plus 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle plus ToF lenses.
It also supports up to 10x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom, and calls it “Space Zoom”, while the video side also supports 8K 30FPS Ultra HD video recording.
In addition, according to the latest news, the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s main camera will support nonacell pixel 9-in-one technology, allowing the 108-megapixel master to capture 12 megapixel images in low-light environments for a better image.
With its powerful hardware configuration and Samsung’s powerful software algorithms, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is also expected to refresh DxOMark’s scores.
On the hardware side, the Galaxy Series will be available in both the SnapSnapdragon 865 processor and the Samsung Exynos 990 processor, which will inevitably be used by The National Bank.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 and Ultra are expected to be available in both 4G and 5G, while the Galaxy S20 will be available in 5G.
On the battery side, the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra will carry 4000mAh, 4500mAh and 5000mAh batteries, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Folding Phone
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung will also bring a new foldable phone called the Galaxy Z Flip.
Unlike the Galaxy Fold released last year, the Galaxy Z Flip uses a top-down, fold-up design that is closer to the handset we use every day.
According to the current exposure, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will feature a 22:9 6.7-inch OLED punch ingested screen, which will be very slender and will use a glass screen to make the screen more durable.
A special fiber is added to the hinges to prevent dust and debris from entering the phone and avoiding problems on many Galaxy Folds.
There will also be a 1.06-inch LED display on the back to display time, power and notifications. The front-facing camera is 10 megapixels, while the rear camera is 12 million dual-cameras and the secondary camera is a wide-angle lens.
On the core hardware, it will be equipped with a Qualcomm SnapDragon 855 Plus processor, a 3300mAh battery, 15W wired fast charging and 9W wireless charging.
The product is expected to sell for about 10,000 yuan, which is much cheaper than the Galaxy Fold.
Samsung Galaxy Buds plus True Wireless Headphones
In addition to mobile phone products, Samsung may bring a brand new true wireless headset, the Galaxy Buds, which has a design that is basically the same as the Galaxy Buds.
The main boost in terms of battery life, the Galaxy Buds plus headset battery capacity and the capacity of the charging box have increased to a certain extent, a charge follow-up flight time can be up to 11 hours, with the total battery life of the charging box up to 22 hours, compared with the previous generation’s 13 hours has a significant increase.
In addition, fast charging is even more powerful, and can be used in 60 minutes in just 3 minutes.
In addition, according to the leaked information, Samsung Galaxy Bud Plus in each headset with dedicated subwoofer and tweeter, the sound quality should be a good improvement.
It also adds a microphone to the original, improving the quality of the reception and has a better call noise reduction.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Bud Plus will also support multi-device pairing, making it easier to switch between multiple devices.
A pre-sale poster has previously been released, and the galaxy S20 series was the first to be offered the Galaxy Buds-True Wireless Headset, which of course seems to be limited to users of the Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra models, which the Galaxy S20 does not attend.
Samsung Galaxy Home Mini Smart Speaker
As early as the end of August last year, it was reported that Samsung had quietly announced a new Bixby smart speaker called the Galaxy Home Mini and invited Galaxy smartphone users in South Korea to sign up for beta testing of the new device, but the product has been slow to go on sale.
Samsung recently announced on its South Korean website that the Galaxy Home Mini will be available in South Korea on February 12 for 99,000 won, or about 580 yuan.
Although it was quickly removed, it also suggests that the Galaxy Home Mini should be released soon, and the February 11 launch is a great time.
According to the exposure, the Samsung Galaxy Home Mini is equipped with Haman’s AKG 5W speaker, two built-in microphones to support long-range speech recognition, and can freely control devices via Bixby via voice commands.
In addition, the Galaxy Home Mini will have four infrared transmitters that allow users to control older appliances with infrared voice.
The Galaxy Home Mini, which will be unveiled in August 2018, is likely to become Samsung’s first smart speaker product, with a year and a half to go.