Samsung Galaxy S11 - Flagship Phone

Samsung Galaxy S11 (or Galaxy S20) could debut as quickly as 11 February 2020, as consistent with a leaked promotional video. The video, which was reportedly uploaded on Samsung's legit press channel, indicates that the next Galaxy Unpacked event could take location in February. Nevertheless, Samsung hasn't introduced the release date of its next-era flagship.



Some recent reviews advised that alongside the Galaxy S11 models, the South Korean business enterprise may want to unveil its next-era foldable device, rumoured as the Galaxy Fold 2, alongside the Galaxy Fold.

2nd leaked video doesn't affirm the exact name of the new Samsung flagship. Nevertheless, it does display that the anticipated Galaxy Unpacked 2020 will take vicinity on February 11 -- corroborating what changed into reported final week.



Twitter customers including Max Weinbach of XDA Developers were able to spot the video. However, on the time of filing the story, we weren't capable of find it on any of Samsung's popular social media channels. It is, thus, safe to keep in mind the reportage with a pinch of salt.

If we trust the video to be authentic, it indicates that the Samsung will release new Galaxy-series flagship, that is rumoured to release because the Galaxy S11 or the Galaxy S20, along a brand new foldable device. It is rumoured to have a clamshell design similar to that of the Motorola Razr (2019) and can be referred to as the Galaxy Fold 2.




Performance Samsung Exynos 9 Octa
Storage 256 GB
Camera 108MP + 13MP + 8MP
Battery 4500 mAh
Display 6.7" (17.02 cm)


A current document had claimed that Samsung will release its new foldable phone earlier than the the Galaxy S10-collection successors within the market. The successors also are rumoured to arrive as the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.


Samsung would get lots of time to sell the new Galaxy models before its competitors convey their flagships of the year at MWC 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.


Moreover, the employer is speculated to host its Unpacked occasion in San Francisco, California.