It looks as if we can mark our calendars for Tuesday, February 11th on the launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S11 (or Galaxy S20) choice of phones, after a promo for the big event was leaked online.
Promo received @MaxWinebach on Twitter clearly shows the date of the event, as well as confirmation that it will be branded unpacked, as in previous similar launches.
We'll of course be bringing you new Galaxy phones as they've announced, but the promo confirms that Samsung is once again streaming the whole show, so you'll be able to tune in live over the internet if you'd like.
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The short video clip doesn't show anything about what we can expect from the actual devices - and doesn't end the controversy over whether the phones will be branded as the S11 and S20.
Mass Galaxy S11 network leaks so far: we've seen some images hinting at what the phone will look like, including three cameras on the back.
The S11 phones are also warned that it comes with improved optical image stabilization (OI) on the rear camera - which should mean photos taken with new Samsung flagships are better than ever, even in difficult conditions.
We're also expecting a pro video mode to be enabled on the Galaxy S11, while the same programming code leak points to a new battery health feature that will tell you how well your phone is doing.
Oh, and look for more glue too. Everything will be revealed on February 11th when we see how busy Samsung engineers have been with the Galaxy S10 to launch.
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