As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is the biggest phone in the S20 series. It potentially targets a larger battery, higher hardware specs, and price with more features. As per rumors, the Galaxy S20 is going to be unveiled on Feb 11, which we know thanks to Samsung’s official invites. There is still some confusion around the possible name of Galaxy S20 as it could be Galaxy S11 instead of S20. This is just a rumor so far that the Samsung is skipping S11 and S19 and moving to S20 to align with the year 2020.
Some other rumors suggest that the Galaxy S20 will have support for the 5G network. This is because the next flagship chipset in the series, the Snapdragon 865 is necessarily a 5G model but we could see 4G variant as the lite model as well. The Galaxy S20 ultra is rumored to be the highest tier of the S20 series. The standard S20 become the new affordable flagship. Samsung might increase the display refresh rate to 120Hz paired with a 1080p screen, with the option to push it back down to 60Hz for a QHD+ resolution.
he Samsung Galaxy S11 or S20 range is set to be announced on Tuesday, February 11 in San Francisco. Based on past form, that means we could see the Galaxy S11 phones in stores the first week of March. That said, while the Galaxy S10 release date was March 8, this year’s launch event is nine days sooner than last year’s, so the S11 Plus may hit stores at the very beginning of March. The Galaxy S11 Plus price could be the same as the S10 pluses were at launch. That phone was $999 / £899 / AU$1,499 at launch for its cheapest storage size, rising to $1,599 / £1,399 / AU$2,399 for the largest 1TB/12GB version. The Galaxy S20 Plus might be launched along with new premium wireless earbuds designed to compete with the Apple AirPods Pro.