Samsung has been teasing its customers with its upcoming After teasing its customers with the Samsung Galaxy event that will take place on 11 February, 2020, where it will launch its much-anticipated Galaxy S20 series, the South Korean smartphone maker has now revealed the sale date of it next flagship phones.
Samsung in its upcoming event is going to launch its flagship smartphone series which would include Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and the sale for these flagship smartphones to begin from 6 March, as seen on their US website.
The date of sale is revealed on the site's reservation page once you have reserved yourself for an early booking of the smartphone.
After reserving, you will receive the following message: "Delivery by March 6 while supplies last." This can mean that the release date for the Galaxy S20 series is most likely 6 March, and since the launch is scheduled for 11 February,the pre-orders will begin soon after 11 February, 2020.
But reserving the smartphone does not give you the opportunity to actually own it. Entering your name, contact info and preferred carrier for reservation, just gets you in the list of receiving the phone. But Samsung stresses that to get the phone delivered, you need to pre-order too.
"...That is of course if you end up pre-ordering an S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra. Registration does not equal that, but Samsung should send you an email when pre-orders actually open, so you can be among the first people to jump at the opportunity of giving it a not insignificant amount of cash for either device," the electronic giant states.
According to various leaks and reports, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series is expected to feature 120Hz displays for 108MP camera support. The battery specifications are rumoured to be a massive 5,000 mAh. Other details awaited.