Samsung Unpacked 2020 event set on 11th February, Galaxy S20s and new Galaxy Fold expected

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Samsung conducts at least two Unpacked events yearly in which the Korean Chaebol unveils its latest offerings of smartphones or gadgets to the masses. This year as well, it’s no difference as the date for the next Unpacked 2020 event has been officially declared by none other than Samsung. As per a Samsung Invitation, we can confirm the Unpacked Event to happen on 11th February 2020. Yeah, count down begins now!

Needless to say, the Unpacked 2020 will mark the unravelling of the 2020 iterations of the iconic Galaxy S Series. This time around Samsung has adopted a major leap in terms of naming the 2020 Galaxy S smartphones by skipping 9 digits. As rumoured, the upcoming Galaxy S Series devices should bear the Galaxy S20 nomenclature.

Last year, during the Galaxy S10 Unpacked Samsung had unwrapped the much-anticipated Galaxy Fold as well. Surprisingly, Samsung is going with the same flow as we’d be able to see a new Galaxy Fold. The two squares in the video are likely teasing two major launches at the event. The first square in the Galaxy term seems to resemble the camera square of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the superior model of the upcoming S20 series. While the right square is seemingly the representation of the new clamshell Galaxy Fold.

We’re really excited about the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 to happen in San Francisco on 11th February. What about you guys? We believe you’re experiencing the same goosebumps as every tech enthusiasts all around the globe. Do let us know your thoughts down in the comments.

 

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