Sure, the Galaxy A series went from the Galaxy A9 in 2018 to the A10, A20, A30 (and so on) in 2019, but Samsung has already started to release the successors to those devices, and it seems the latter digit is the thing changing.
According to the Korean Herald's report, these are Samsung's new lineup of mid-range Galaxy phones that will be heading to emerging markets.
Just for a quick refresher, the launch date of the Mate X foldable smartphone got pushed not once, but twice. Since the publication of the S20 tweet, UniverseIce has referred to the device as Galaxy S11 again, when sharing images of screen protector films for each.
There have been loads of apparent Galaxy S11 leaks, ranging from renders to specifications.
The series is said to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and Exynos 990 chipset in few other markets. In spite of being a gadget, for now, it was moved with the guarantee of being a smartphone for the future, one that could sling Samsung, yet the entire smartphone industry towards another and energizing future. In all three cases, we see small bezels on the top and bottom, so like many of Samsung's more recent flagships, it seems that the front of the Galaxy S11 will be nearly entirely screen.
The claim comes from serial leaker Ice Universe on Twitter. How soon? That's precisely what we're going to tell you here.
Samsung is likely to apply the same changes to the Galaxy Note series as well. Samsung has included most features of the Galaxy Note 10, including the 4K video capture at 60fps and ultra-slow motion too. The new phones are said to boast of superior build, improved cameras, and bigger batteries.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite will have the same Infinity-O display as the standard Galaxy Note 10 with a screen size of 6.7 inches (2400×1080 pixels) and an ultrasonic fingerprint reader underneath. Pricing has not been clear, but there's a chance we will more about the two smartphones at CES 2020.
Samsung Electronics introduces its second foldable phone design at Samsung Developer Conference in October. Of course the advantage of this one is that it can fast charge your device, if it supports fast charging, like for the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and the Galaxy A70. People are assuming it will be launched this February together with the Galaxy S11. Just today, Samsung is pushing the same update to the USA unlocked Galaxy S10 handsets.
This time around, though, the Galaxy Buds 2 will compete against Apple's popular AirPods Pro.
Samsung Galaxy M30s in the triple rear camera setup has been.
And then there is the Galaxy Tab S6.
We have no confirmed pricing as yet, although a specs and details leak yesterday suggested that the Note 10 Lite will be €609 (£518).
- American official's wife charged in hit-and-run of British teen Harry Dunn
- Turkey voices concern over rise in Syrian evacuees
- Tesco's Chinese Christmas card maker denies using forced prison labor
- Holiday 2019: Store hours for December 23 and Christmas Eve
- Jurgen Klopp says Trent Alexander-Arnold is the biggest surprise at Liverpool
- Trump blames Speaker Pelosi, California Gov. Newsom for out-of-control homelessness
- The Witcher Season Two will be more focused
- Australian firefighters spend Christmas Day containing blazes; temperatures to soar
- Marshawn Lynch Officially Signs With The Seattle Seahawks
- Erdogan: Turkey to send troops to Libya