Samsung Galaxy A51 5G reportedly in works

Yolanda Curtis
January 13, 2020

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S20 series will launch on February 11 at its Unpacked event, where it will also unveil its next foldable smartphone Galaxy Bloom and upgraded Galaxy Buds. The image also hints at a bezel-less display with a punch-hole style camera on the top center. The Galaxy S20, S20, and S20 Ultra will be this year's big launch for the South Korean tech titan. The cameras on the back of the Galaxy S 20+ 5G and Galaxy S20 5G will include a 12MP primary, a telephoto camera, and ultra-wide camera and a ToF depth sensor. According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first Samsung phone to come with a 120Hz screen.

We reported a few days ago that Samsung was showing off the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 at closed-door meetings at CES 2020, and that the codename of the device, the Samsung Galaxy Bloom, leaked from these meetings.

Huawei, one of the companies that introduced a foldable smartphone previous year, made some statements about Mate X's sales figures. Of the three models, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has been the most exciting as it will debut Samsung's powerful 108MP camera. Of course, you might be able to buy a 5G Galaxy S20 but if your market has no 5G coverage, you still won't get the benefits. The four cameras in the device are accompanied by an LED flash. It appears to be quite similar to the renders leaked previously. Max says in a separate tweet that the display is not as curved as that of its predecessor, the Galaxy S10+. This suggests that the device will use more like the 2.5D glass of the Note series. However, we aren't sure which regions the 5G variant will be released in just yet. The source claims both the Samsung Galaxy S11 (or, as it might be known, the Samsung Galaxy S20) and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Bloom clamshell foldable will be able to record video footage in 8K resolution.

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