On February 27, Samsung held an online launch in China, bringing in a national version of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra, along with the official launch of the Galaxy Book Lon laptop.
– The Galaxy S20 National Bank version of the 12GB plus 128GB version costs $6999.
– The Galaxy S20 plus National Bank 12GB plus 128GB version is priced at $7999.
– The National Bank Galaxy S20 Ultra is available in two versions, with 12GB plus 256GB priced at 9999 yuan and 16GB plus 512GB for 11199 yuan.
– The Galaxy Series will go on sale on March 6 and go on sale on March 20.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Series features AMOLED screens with 120Hz refresh rate. On the camera side, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus feature a 64-megapixel camera, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra has 108 megapixels, a new phone that supports 8K HD recording and 33 megapixels from 8K video HD still photos.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip costs $11999 and the Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Limited Edition is priced at $1999.
As Samsung’s second folding phone, the Galaxy Z Flip uses a different pair ingest than the Galaxy Fold, and officials say its hinges allow the body to be held at any angle and fold more freely. The Galaxy Z Flip external screen lets you preview photos while taking a selfie, and you can customize the display.
The Galaxy Z Flip features qualcomm SnapDragon 855 Plus platform, 12 million dual-camera rear camera modules, and a 10-megapixel front camera.
Note that the Galaxy Z Flip doesn’t support 5G and is the only model in Samsung’s four phones that don’t support 5G.
At the launch, Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Book Lon laptop, which features a lightweight, 970g weight and 12.9mm thick, while retaining a card reader to support UFS and MicroSD cards.
The notebook features a 13.3-inch FHD QLED screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a maximum brightness of 600 nits to see the screen even outdoors. It is equipped with an Intel 10th generation Core processor, the i5-10210U, with 16GB OFDDR4x memory and 512GB NVme SSD. Built-in 69.7Wh battery, 65W fast charging, plus reverse wireless charging, lets you start charging your phone or wireless headset on your laptop’s touch version.
Finally, the wireless headset Galaxy Buds plus the national version. The Galaxy Buds Plus lasts up to 11 hours, and the charging case provides an additional 11 hours of battery life and 22 hours of battery life on a single charge.