Samsung finally launched its Galaxy S20 smartphone series after weeks of leaks and speculation. Like last year, there are three smartphones in the new flagship series— Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The new flagships were unveiled at an event held in San Francisco, California, where the company announced the phones as part of its year-end premium offerings. For now, it has not yet been announced the launch of the S20 series in India, or its country pricing.
The company has listed all of the models for the Indian market on its website. It should be noted that only the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra versions of 4G LTE would make it to India, which would seem appropriate.
It’s been rumoured earlier that the Galaxy S20 Ultra could only be available in a 5 G version. Nonetheless, it appears that Samsung has agreed to disable 5 G coverage for markets like India where 5 G networks are not yet available. In addition, it is now reported that India will be getting the Galaxy S20 series Exynos 990 models.
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