Yesterday Samsung sort of released an official teaser for the potential customers of the Samsung Galaxy S20 that will be shown in full for the first time on the 11th of February. If you sign up for the system, it will allow you to access the pre-order of the phone when it ready for purchase. With this kind of like a screen-grab of a video, Samsung didn’t any hint any features or design with this teaser and the whole video is kind of mysterious. Even the signup process doesn’t say much about the phone. It suggests that you can “reserve the next generation of Galaxy to lock in a limited-time exclusive deal”. Practically, it is asking you to sign up for a deal, that don’t know much about it. The phone may look promising from the rumors but one rumor that will be realized for sure is that the phone is going to be very expensive.
In this pre-order process, Samsung showed the first wave of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be released with at least 5 different cameras. There will be versions that work with Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular. There will be an unlocked version too. The phone is being released in the first half of year 2020 when there is so much hype around 5G. But is the Galaxy S20 a 5G compatible phone or the users have to use the 4G even when 5G network is available. Samsung signs up page doesn’t say anything about the 5G support which may stop some users to opt-in for the pre-order unless Samsung specifies more clearly about its connectivity support. Although, we expect that Samsung Galaxy S20 does support 5G but we have to wait for a few weeks to see the final prediction.
Samsung also gives some information about their next phone’s release date. The phone will be released on March 6, 202. They have suggested on their reservation page that the next page will be delivered by March 6 while supplies last. As per leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus will likely to have the same color options for the users. Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+ will have some unique colors called cosmic black, cosmic grey, cloudy blue, and cloud pink.