According to the official confirmation from Samsung, their upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on February 11, 2020. Galaxy unpacked is basically a device launching event which is organized by Samsung in order to introduce their upcoming Galaxy devices. Basically, they are focused on launching Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy Note series flagship devices in the event.
According to various reports, Samsung is all set to launch its new Galaxy S 11 series smartphone devices. But it might launch has Galaxy S20 series, and they have also show going to be unveiling the next level of the foldable phone which will be called Galaxy Fold 2. Galaxy Unpacked event will start at 12:30 AM IST on February 11th in San Francisco. Samsung has uploaded a video for its upcoming launch event by hinting to a different class of devices.
So basically, it is expected to have the next Galaxy S Series flagship devices along with Galaxy fold 2. According to few sources Galaxy S20 ultra, Galaxy S20 vanilla, and Galaxy S20+ devices wale under this line-up. There were several lyrics about the looks of the upcoming flagship devices along with rumored specifications is surfacing on the internet. These devices will be having a 108-Megapixel rear camera paired with a 48-Megapixel telephoto lens.
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Along with that Periscope style camera module with a 5x optical zoom will be the main feature of the camera. The camera will also have the support for capturing 8k videos at 30fps. Along with with that, you will also be getting vertical panorama, directors’ view, night hyper-lapse, and several other features.
This device will also be having a curved dynamic AMOLED display which will have a punch-hole camera positioning along with the refresh rate of 120Hz. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will have must Mila design compared to Motorola Razr.
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