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Samsung might not launch its Galaxy S11 series at the MWC next year

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Samsung has most probably completed its share of smartphone launches for this year. We have seen the Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Note 10 series as well as the Galaxy Fold of flagship smartphones from the company. Apart from that, we have the mid-range upper mid-range and entry-level smartphones from Samsung as well.

But what everyone is most interested in is what Samsung brings to the table when it launches its next flagship smartphones. For starters, we know that the Samsung Galaxy S11 series will be launched next year followed by the Galaxy Note 11 series six months later.

While it is still too early for us to talk about the Galaxy S11, we know that it is never too late with the leaks flowing around. Now, a website which passionately shares news and leaks about Samsung named Sammobile reports that Galaxy S11 series is launching earlier next year.

However, this will not be the scheduled launch as compared to the Galaxy S10 series and previous launches. As per the report, Samsung is planning to launch its first flagship of 2020 slightly earlier. Because the sources have told Sammobile that Samsung’s next Unpacked event might “take place on February 18, 2020”.

As per their sources, we should expect to see the Galaxy S11 series in the third week of February which is close to the timeline Samsung traditionally has for its phones. However, we have seen that the Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones are launched in the fourth week of February at the MWC or a week later so we might see the smartphone somewhat earlier next year.

As for the internals, we will get to see the North American variant of Galaxy S11 come with a Snapdragon 865 processor whereas the Exynos variant of Galaxy S11 equipped with Exynos 9830 will come to India, Korea and other parts except North America.

Peter is a UK based software developer with experience in web designing and development. His key skills include knowledge of Core Java, JSON & XML Parsing. He’s a techie and an integral part of our remote team. He loves to contribute his ideas on smartphones at OntechEdge as an author. You can reach him at [email protected]

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