Samsung unpacked event 2020 will take place on February 11, a few weeks before the Mobile world congress 2020 event, and we are expecting that Samsung will reveal its Galaxy S20 series at the event in San Francisco. So far, we have seen more than a few rumors about the S20 lineup, including professional renders and leaked photos of what the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 ultra, and S20e could look like. We also have a few rumors about the possible name of the device that is S20 instead of S11, as well as some possible specs changes, and some of the internals of the devices we can assume based on the past models.
Last year, Samsung released its S10 series, and the initial leak regarding its name came from the IceUniverse(twitter user) saying that the Galaxy S11 could be rebranded as the Galaxy S20. The tipster claimed that next year marks a new beginning for Samsung and the brand. We are expecting the release date for the device as Feb 11 in San Francisco at unpacked event 2020. The company didn’t confirm the release date but from the previous trends, we can safely assume that it will be launched on the said date.
According to the leaks being surfaced so far, the phone will be using a rectangular rear camera module that will be center-aligned, horizontally configured camera module featured on the Samsung Galaxy S10 family likely won’t carry over to the S20 series. The Galaxy S10 had a right-aligned punch-hole camera in the display but the S20 series may mostly adopt the look of the Galaxy Note 10 series and integrate a single, centered punch-hole camera. The physical buttons of the Galaxy S20 family will be on the right side of the device: a power button and a volume rocker. There isn’t much news about the S20e device, but we know that it will something similar to S20 in terms of device.