Samsung earlier today has announced that the company’s first ever Samsung Unpacked event of 2020 will take place on 11 February. For those who not familiar with it, they are where the Korean tech giant would usually announce its flagship Galaxy smartphones.
During the first Unpacked event of 2019, Samsung has utilized the event to launch the Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Fold. Hence, their successors are expected to make their debut at this year’s edition which will also be hosted by San Francisco once again.
In fact, the editor of German-based Samsung news site, Max J. has shared this aptly edited image:
— Max J. (@Samsung_News_) January 4, 2020
Depending on the sources, the new flagship will apparently be called Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20. Based on the rumours that have been floating online, the new series might carry a multi-camera module on its rear that include a 108MP sensor for its main camera.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be unveiled at the Unpacked event as well. As opposed to the original Galaxy Fold, the second-generation model will apparently feature a clamshell form factor and utilizes a glass display.
While it might be sometime away before we are able to see what Samsung has in store at the first Unpacked 2020 next month, it is quite possible that some of these new devices could end up being leaked online prior to the event. So, stay tuned.