A Samsung video shows that the South Korean company will launch new Galaxy flagships in an Unpacked event on 11 February.
"On February 11, Samsung Electronics will unveil new, innovative devices that will shape the next decade of mobile experiences. The reveal will take place at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event in San Francisco at 11 a.m. PST," Samsung says.
Samsung is expected to unveil Galaxy S20, the next iteration in the Galaxy S series, and Galaxy Fold 2, the successor to the Galaxy Fold.
The invitation shows two squares instead of the letter “a” in the spelling of Galaxy. The first rectangular shape seems to imply the Galaxy S20 while the second appears to hint that the next Galaxy Fold is folded in half in a clamshell design.
Samsung’s next flagship will most probably incorporate a 120Hz refresh rate display, a 108-megapixel sensor for its main camera, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
The Galaxy Fold 2, the successor to the company’s first foldable smartphone, could have a clamshell design, a flexible glass display and a lower than $1,000 price.
Seperately, LG is likely to jump on the quad cameras bandwagon with its upcoming G9 flagship phone according to leaked CAD renders and a 360-degree video.
The renders reveal a quad-camera setup and dual flash on the rear of the G9. The quad-camera setup is horizontally placed across the top rear of the device.
The G9 is expected to adopt a watedrop notch on its display measuring between 6.7 to 6.9-inches, and will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone is also seen a Google Assistant dedicated button.