The Samsung Galaxy S20 series, along with the Galaxy Z Flip foldable, is expected to be launched at the Unpacked 2020 event on February 11 (3 a.m. on February 12 in the Philippines).
Just a few days ago, we saw pictures of an actual Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus unit online, a month ahead of the smartphone’s February 11 (3 a.m. on February 12 in the Philippines) launch.
The rumored Samsung Galaxy Fold Bloom flip phone — which will actually be launched as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, according to the latest reports — has surfaced on China’s 3C certification database, revealing that it will come with a 15-watt charger in the box.
You simply can’t go wrong with a solid smartphone that costs less than a pair of branded basketball sneakers, especially if the person on your list isn’t too keen on sports, or if he or she is just looking to upgrade from a feature phone.
Word has it that Samsung‘s next Galaxy S lineup won’t be called the S11. Instead, it will be known as the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. A picture of an actual unit seems to corroborate this.
Samsung‘s Unpacked event is where the Korean technology company unveils its Galaxy S series of flagship smartphones. And although there’s no official word yet on when Unpacked 2020 will take place, we already have a good idea through an unlisted video posted by Samsung Korea.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite are finally official after weeks of rumors and speculation.
The Portuguese user manual of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has surfaced, and it corroborates the previously leaked designs for the entry-level Galaxy S10 handset.
We’ve already seen foldable phones, but what about one with a screen that stretches? A new Samsung patent was discovered last week showing a smartphone with a “stretchable display.”
A new Counterpoint Research report names the Apple iPhone XR as the best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2019, taking 3% of the worldwide market share.