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    The Galaxy S11 Will Be Presented on February 11 at the Samsung Unpacked Event

    Some rumors had appeared in the last hours, but Samsung has just confirmed it: its traditional Samsung Unpacked event will take place on February 11, 2020, and we are already preparing to tell you everything about it.

    The protagonist of this event will be the new Samsung Galaxy S11 (if they have finally named it). It will be presented in their theoretical three variants (the three with 5G) and with the rumored 108-megapixel cameras.

    Some are also speculating about this phone to be the new Samsung Galaxy Fold.

    There is still more than a month left in the event. During this time, they will probably parade a few more leaks on these terminals, but what is certain is that this event will mark Samsung’s future in mobile phones for this 2020.

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    These new terminals will have a design with the hole of the front camera located in the central part of the screen, and apparently, we will have three different sizes (6.4 inches, 6.7 inches and a gigantic model of 6.9 inches ) of which the two smaller ones will have an LTE version and a 5G version, while the larger one will only be 5G.

    That connectivity will be accompanied by new processors, and it will be interesting to know what the bets are in this regard because Samsung has recently presented both the Exynos 9825 and the Exynos 990. The new Snapdragon 865 could also be part of these mobiles in certain regions.

    An official Samsung account shared a video of it.

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    There will also be new features in the camera system, which according to all indications will integrate the new 108 Mpx sensor. And the screen could stand out for another unique option: a refresh rate of 120 Hz that would certainly raise a user experience especially fluid in this area.

    New Samsung Folding Phone?

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    In addition to the new Samsung Galaxy S11, we could also have a surprise in the field of its folding devices: In recent days images of a new Samsung phone with a flexible and foldable screen have been leaked that some have already baptized as the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.

    This model would move away from the format of the first Fold and adopt a format very similar to that of the Motorola Razr: a “shell” device that would allow for a much more compact size with the folded mobile, but that when deployed would have the dimensions of a conventional mobile.

    Samsung itself already spoke of this format officially in October 2019, and it will be interesting to see what differences Samsung poses with respect to that first model that gave it many initial problems.

    We will see if its price, as it is also rumored, falls below $ 1,000 and makes it more accessible to the general public.

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    Neha is a 21 years old medical student who enjoys reading and watching seasons. She is an overambitious introvert with a hint of spice. She is a part-time gamer who loves writing tech news.

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