Samsung is announcing the Galaxy S20 family alongside the Galaxy Z Flip at an event on February 11. If you were wondering how soon after that the phones would become available, the company’s own website is here to help today.
Samsung has created a registration page (see the Source linked below), where you can go and enter your email if you’re interested in purchasing any of these upcoming smartphones – aka “the next Galaxy”. And right there on the official registration page there’s this:
“Delivery by March 6 while supplies last”. That is of course if you end up pre-ordering an S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra. Registration does not equal that, but Samsung should send you an email when pre-orders actually open, so you can be among the first people to jump at the opportunity of giving it a not insignificant amount of cash for either device.
The date may or may not apply to the Galaxy Z Flip too. A previous report said that would actually ship soon after the event in February, ahead of the S20 line, so it remains to be seen if that pans out.
If you do reserve an S20, you get an “exclusive $35 instant credit toward eligible devices and accessories” at Samsung’s online store, plus you can “amplify your savings with special trade-in values for eligible devices”, although the actual numbers are missing. Note that registering doesn’t guarantee a purchase, nor even a pre-order.
Pre-order Samsung Galaxy S20+, S20 Ultra and get free Galaxy Buds+
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series arriving on February 11 is said to be on pre-orders till March 13, and according to the latest information, those who pre-order the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra will get the as-of-yet-unofficial Galaxy Buds+ truly wireless earphones for free.
This information comes from reliable leakster Evan Blass, who shared a promo image for the pre-orders on Twitter. It includes the S20+, S20 Ultra and the Buds+, corroborating previous design leaks.
There’s no official word from Samsung about the Galaxy Buds+ yet, but we are likely to see them go official on February 11 alongside the S20 trio.
According to previous leaks, the Buds+ will retain the design of the Galaxy Buds and skip active noise cancellation. But, they will pack a bigger battery.