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Technology Samsung to Unveil New Devices Next Month in San Francisco

08:01  05 january  2020
08:01  05 january  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

Samsung’s Galaxy S11 launch date might’ve just leaked

  Samsung’s Galaxy S11 launch date might’ve just leaked Samsung has been unveiling new Galaxy S series phones every February or March for a few years now. Most of these events took place in late February on the eve of the Mobile World Congress trade show each year, although Samsung made some exceptions. The Galaxy S8 was delayed a few years ago because of the Note 7’s battery recall, and the Galaxy S10 preceded the trade show by a couple of weeks last year so Samsung could be the world’s first major smartphone maker to unveil a foldable handset.

On February 11, Samsung Electronics will unveil new , innovative devices that will shape the next decade of mobile experiences. The reveal will take place at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event in San Francisco at 11 a.m. PST. Livestreaming of the event will be available at Samsung Global

Our San Francisco location is a diverse mix of operators at heart—technologists, product people, lawyers, and entrepreneurs—all with substantial experience running Gary Coover is the Head of Operations at Samsung NEXT International, located in New York, San Francisco , Tel Aviv and Berlin.

(Bloomberg) -- Samsung Electronics Co. said it will introduce new products at an event in San Francisco next month.

The launch of “new, innovative devices that will shape the next decade of mobile experiences” will take place on Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. local time, the South Korean company said. In a teaser, it showed a rectangle and a square, a potential introduction of Galaxy S series and a clamshell foldable smartphone.

There has been speculation Samsung may rename its flagship model the S20. The official name of the smaller version of the Galaxy Fold has not been announced yet.

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  Samsung insider teases ‘unprecedented’ camera tech for upcoming smartphones Samsung is expected to have a huge CES 2020 event next week, at least according to recent teasers and reports. First of all, we know that Samsung will unveil the Neon artificial human at the event, which it has been teasing for a while now. Secondly, several rumors in the past few weeks detailed Samsung’s next flagship phones with affordable prices and said the devices will be unveiled in Las Vegas in early January. CES hasn’t seen too many smartphone releases, but that’s the only logical place for Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite phones before February.

On February 11, Samsung Electronics will unveil new , innovative devices that will shape the next decade of mobile experiences. The reveal will take place at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event in San Francisco at 11 a.m. PST. Livestreaming of the event will be available here, so be sure to

Samsung said it will host an Unpacked event at San Francisco 's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Feb. 20, 2019, to showcase the new Galaxy model, with a separate event scheduled for London. The gathering will bring together 3,000 journalists and officials from Samsung 's global partners, it said.

Samsung launched its first Galaxy Fold in February last year, but the smartphones priced at $1,980 a unit effectively went on sale only in September because a severe defect in the original design led to a months-long delay. after a months-long delay caused by the discovery of a severe defect in the original design.

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