Samsung Galaxy S20 Series and New Tablets Appear

As usual, Samsung will officially launch the next-generation flagship phone, the Galaxy S11 series, in February. However, there are now many reports that Samsung will name the next generation of new phones the Samsung Galaxy S20. Similarly, it is also possible to adopt this new option in the naming of the new Samsung Note series phones. They will be launched in the second half of next year.

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According to previously disclosed information, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ use a center hole full screen with a small aperture. They are hyperbolic flexible screens. The screen resolution reaches 2K level and the refresh rate is up to 120Hz. At the same time, the camera upgrade is also a highlight of the series. According to reports, Samsung will standardize the series with 108 megapixel sensors. The Galaxy S20+ has a screen size of 6.9 inches and a refresh rate of 120Hz. This is the first high refresh rate flagship product of the Samsung Galaxy S series.

As the core, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. It will have SA and NSA dual-mode 5G, LPDDR5 memory + UFS 3.0 flash memory, and support for ultra-fast charging. The Galaxy S20 charger supports 25W power output.

OIn addition to the Samsung Galaxy S20 series phones, the “Galaxy Tab S6 5G” option has recently appeared on Samsung’s official website. It is speculated that this tablet product should support 5G networks. It may officially debut at the CES2020 exhibition starting on January 7. Of course, at present, there is no precise information on whether Samsung will bring this product to everyone.

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