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  • The day of the Galaxy S11 event leaked (again), launching alongside AirPods Pro killers

    The day of the Galaxy S11 event leaked (again), launching alongside AirPods Pro killers
    Well, we are about to hit 2020, which means that the new wave of exciting phone announcements is not far off! Traditionally, Samsung unveils its new Galaxy S for the year within the first quarter, and 2020 will most likely be no different.

    For some time now, Samsung has strayed away from announcing its phones at the annual MWC superconference in Barcelona. Instead, Sammy holds its own event to make sure that the limelight doesn't stray from its own keynote. Then, it uses MWC as a platform to demonstrate and allow prolonged hands-on sessions with its products.

    Galaxy S11 (Galaxy S20?) to be unveiled 2 weeks before MWC

    Previously, we believed the special date would be February 18th. But, according to a veiled leak coming from Israeli website Girafa (Google Translate), the new Galaxy S11 family will be revealed on the 11th of February, two weeks before MWC 2020 kicks off, at an event in San Francisco. From what we understand, the information comes from a Samsung website backend, but we can not confirm this.

    Currently, we are expecting to see three new devices — the respective successors of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. But it's worth noting that Girafa's leak only mentions a "standard model" and "pro model". Either something got lost in translation, or Samsung is actually planning to scale down on the crazy amount of flagships, which — personal opinion here — might actually be good.

    We are still unsure whether the new line will be called Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20. The latter name was suggested by leakster Ice Universe, but we're not convinced just yet.

    Samsung to take on the AirPods Pro

    The event won't be solely focused on the Galaxy S11, however. Whispers along the grapevine say that Samsung has a new model of Galaxy Buds in the pipeline. Reportedly, they'd be called the Galaxy Buds Plus, they would be smaller, with longer-lasting batteries, and will feature active noise cancelation.

    This is, of course, a much-needed answer to the Apple AirPods Pro, which are being loved and praised by fans for the powerful sound and noise cancelation all in such a small form factor. The Galaxy Buds' size isn't an issue for everybody, but they certainly have been mocked in some parts of the Internet.

    The future of the future: Galaxy Fold 2 reveal?

    Additionally, we might get our very first glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. It would be really interesting to see where Samsung takes this line, especially since the nightmarish launch of the 2019 Galaxy Fold.

    According to leaks, there are four very exciting things that the Fold 2 would have — it will fold vertically like the Motorola razr (2019), it could be the first phone with an under-the-screen camera, it might feature a glass screen (instead of the current flexible and scratchable plastic), which would be a pretty incredible feat, and it would actually be cheaper. Optimistic whispers claim a price tag of less than $1,000, which kind of sounds unbelievable. The technology is still too fresh and it'll probably still be a pain to mass-produce those, so a low price-tag just doesn't seem likely. But hey, even if it meets the Moto razr (2019) at that $1,500 price point, it'd still be pretty great.

    Related phones

    Galaxy S20 (S11e)
    • Display 6.2" 1440 x 3200 pixels
    • Camera 12 MP / 10 MP front
    • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, Octa-core, 2840 MHz
    • Storage 128 GB + microSDXC
    • Battery 3730 mAh



    1. darkkjedii

    Posts: 31748; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

    The GBuds are nice, I love mine, but I think the AirPods Pro did one up them. Let's see what the Plus model brings.

    5. Mreveryphone

    Posts: 1855; Member since: Apr 22, 2014

    The buds are very good for listening to music hands down over the pods. But people still have issues hearing me on phone calls. The pods are superior when it comes to phone calls as no one complains when I take phone calls on them. They're okay for music listening, if you want the best of both worlds get the powerbeat pro's longer battery life good for phone calls as no one complains when I'm on those and music sounds great! I hope Sammy improves the call quality on the new buds cause I really like wear app where I can tailor the sound and touch options. Until then I'll continue to rock with my Pod Pro's!

    2. MsPooks

    Posts: 297; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

    The Apple Buds Pro are being loved and praised by fans because the non-pro models suck, and are universally mocked for their design in ALL parts of the internet. Galaxy Buds are over $100 cheaper, sound great, offer great battery life, and isolate noise very well, without battery-draining active schemes. The Buds+ are simply an evolution of a good thing, and not a response to Apple.

    3. Cyberchum

    Posts: 1127; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

    The last sentence, spot-on! I remember 1+ and their flagship killers, but did Samsung say they're releasing Airpod pro killers? It's ludicrous when there's a space for airpod in the title, but not one for galaxybuds. Neither surprised nor disappointed, though; anyone who knows PA knows what poor standard is.

    6. Alcyone

    Posts: 602; Member since: May 10, 2018

    Yeah. Personally, I think its getting old that every article about Samsung or Apple has to have mention of the other company. This is "news" that has no warrant for Appe to be mentioned. Did Samsung ever mention the Airpods in any marketing campaign for the Buds..? I've called out PA before, and everythime I get a warning. It's turning into a B-rate amateur circus with some of the "news" here.

    4. Locked-n-Loaded

    Posts: 107; Member since: Sep 13, 2019

    RAZR or Fold 2 for me I'm holding out.. the Galaxy line (whatever goofy name they give it) is just more of the same same - you'll see
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