Samsung is planning on making some pretty big announcements Tuesday. The company is holding its annual Unpacked event at 6am AEDT on February 11, where it’s expected to announce a new flagship smartphone and a new foldable phone along with a number of other things. Here's how to watch the event live from Australia.
The biggest announcement of the bunch is rumoured to be the Samsung Galaxy S20. Yes, the last phone Samsung announced in the line was the Galaxy S10, but they’re expected to blow past 11-19 and go straight to 20 with this year’s release.
Such is the mobile phone cycle that we are only a month away from the release of Samsung's next flagship — the Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20 as it's now allegedly being called. However, new reports have revealed it's actually going to have some very important upgrades to set it apart from its recent predecessors. In fact, if you haven't bought the Samsung Galaxy S10 yet, you may want to wait. Here's everything you need to know.
The new phone is expected to look a lot like the Galaxy S10 already on the market and will have a bezel-less display along with a punch-hole for the forward-facing camera. The back of the device will house four cameras, which is a bit of a change-up from the current model.
This year’s phone is expected to come in three models: an S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, all of which are expected to have QHD+ AMOLED displays. The S20 is rumoured to be 6.2-inches, the S20+ 6.7 inches, and the Ultra a pretty substantial 6.9 inches.
Samsung is also expected to announce a new version of its Galaxy buds and maybe even a new smartwatch.
Of course, all of that is just what’s expected from the (some very credible) rumours we’ve heard. The only way to know for sure what Samsung has in store for 2020 is to watch the official announcement during Unpacked.
You can definitely get a recap of the highlights from us and our pals at Gizmodo after the event. If you want to watch along live, Samsung is also live-streaming this year’s Unpacked so you can see what’s being announced as it happens.
To watch along, visit Samsung’s website here, where you’ll also be able to get some details about those announcements after they happen. You can also watch along via the embedded YouTube video above.