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Technology You can now reserve your spot to pay for a Samsung Galaxy S20

23:43  30 january  2020
23:43  30 january  2020 Source:   theverge.com

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The 2020 iteration of Samsung Unpacked is less than two weeks away. On February 11, 2020, Samsung will unveil a bevy of new products, including the three devices we expect in the Samsung Galaxy S 20 series. If you are interested in pre-ordering one of those phones, you can let Samsung

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Samsung has opened up reservations for its next flagship phones, expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra, that the company will unveil at an upcoming event on February 11th.

  You can now reserve your spot to pay for a Samsung Galaxy S20 © Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

But this isn’t a pre-order. It’s more like taking a ticket while you’re in line at the deli. You enter your name, contact info, and preferred carrier, and — you’re ready to wait. It’s highly unlikely that Samsung will run short on supply, but by reserving a pre-order, you’re at least closer toward the front of the line to buy one on launch day.

Speaking of launch day, Samsung mentions on its page that it expects delivery by March 6th. I wouldn’t take this as a confirmation of the actual sales date of the rumored S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. But it’s definitely a good hint as to when we might expect them to be available.

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Samsung Pay . Galaxy S 20 . Galaxy S 20 release date will likely be March 6. If you head over to the official Samsung US website right now Once you click on Reserve , it will show you a confirmation page which tells you to Look for an email to complete your Galaxy pre-order for March 6th delivery.

The Samsung Pay app that makes Samsung ’s magic pay -almost-anywhere-with-your-smartphone service work is now available to Verizon-branded However, if you ’ve got a Galaxy S 7 on the way, you can rest assured that Samsung Pay will be ready and waiting once your new smartphone arrives.

We’ll be at Samsung’s Unpacked event where, hopefully, the company will affirm everything we think we know about its Galaxy S20. And maybe we’ll hear something about that rumored flip phone that’s being talked about as well.

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