Unpacked event on February 11, 2020, is expected to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S20 series! On top of that, Galaxy Z Flip clamshell phone, too. Although the event will satisfy your curiosity regarding the upcoming devices exact specs, when will these flagship phones be available on the market? We might just have the answer to that so bare with us.
Samsung Galaxy “S20, S20+, S20 Ultra will likely be available first Friday of March. S20 Ultra should retail for $1300,” wrote leaker Max Weinbach in a tweet. We don’t know where his news comes from, but we are sharing everything we know. Leaked release dates suggest that Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra will be on the market starting March 6.
“Just head from a new source: Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip will likely launch on February 14. It retails at $1400. It may be an AT&T exclusive again, but this time it might be a timed exclusive. It will also be available unlocked,” wrote Weinbach in another tweet.
Which between Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip would launch first?
Galaxy Z Flip has become a kind of nickname for Galaxy Fold 2. If the phone is released on February 14, it means after just three days after it’s launched, which looks highly unlikely, taking into consideration Samsung’s previous launched dates.
The predecessor of Galaxy Fold Z was launched months after the Galaxy S10 series. It seems that Galaxy Z Flip is a more friendly-budget phone that its first version. The Galaxy Fold cost was $1,980 compared to the upcoming version price of just $1,400. If the leak is not wrong, it could mean that Samsung wants to highlight Fold 2 a little more than the S20 series.
Everything will be disclosed on February 11, and we cannot wait to see all that Samsung has to offer, such as some new wireless earbuds, among other devices. The Unpacked event wouldn’t be a disappointment!
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