Samsung Says the Galaxy S20 Orders Will Be Delivered on March 6

Posted on January 30, 2020 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware, Mobile with 1 Comment

Ok look, we basically know almost everything about Samsung’s next generation of Galaxy S devices. And if that was not enough, we now know the exact release date of the device — thanks to Samsung itself. Yeah.

The company’s official website now lets users reserve the new Galaxy device, and it also notes that the orders will be delivered by March 6, as first spotted by the folks at Android Police.

You can’t literally reserve the next Galaxy device just yet, though. The pre-order sign-up form on the site basically signs you up to Samsung’s mailing list, which will likely get sent the pre-order links once the Galaxy S20 line is actually official.

So yes, here’s the full timeline: Samsung is launching the new Galaxy S20 line on the 11th of February, pre-orders will likely open on the same day, with deliveries happening on the 6th of March. For the full specs of the new Galaxy S20 line — which includes the S20 Ultra 5G, S20 Plus 5G, and the S20 5G — make sure to check this article here. 

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One response to “Samsung Says the Galaxy S20 Orders Will Be Delivered on March 6”

  1. johnh3

    I think they just should have 2 variants with same camera setup a big device and a smaller one. Similar to Apple and Sony with their flagships.

    You dont need to compromise with the camera setup in the smaller phones if you get a Sony or a iPhone.

    Now it will be 3 Galaxy S20 and different camera variants in all of them.

    Just confusing for consumers.

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