Samsung launched has launched Galaxy S20 last month at the Samsung Unpacked event. The device is now available to order from retailers and carriers in the United States. Galaxy S20 features a 6.2-inch 120Hz display and packs 12GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and offers 5G by default in many places. The Galaxy S20 features 8K video recording and Super Steady stabilization, which results in super-smooth footage. The new device also now features a powerful new camera system with a 10MP front-facing camera and a triple-lens rear camera that includes an ultra-wide and wide-angle camera and a 64MP telephoto lens. It allows zoom up to 30X in super-resolution. The battery has an upgrade with a 4,000mAh battery.
Galaxy S20 is the most affordable and cheaper model from the Galaxy lineup, with a starting price of $999 for the 128GB storage model. The Samsung Galaxy S20 is available to order now from T-Mobile and AT&T, Verizon. Sprint currently doesn’t offer the Galaxy S20. Samsung is currently offering up to $600 in savings on the Galaxy S20 with a qualifying trade-in. You will also get 4-months of ad-free YouTube for free. You can now buy a Galaxy S20 from a mobile carrier on a contract or purchase it unlocked from a retailer. Moreover, Nikkei Asian Review says, “Sources familiar with the matter have said that the iPhone 12 range could be delayed by months and may even slip into 2021.
It is noteworthy that Apple has held discussions about delaying the launch, both because of impacts on the supply chain and potentially weaker demand for premium phones in the current climate. It seems like no decisions have been made, so even if this rumor is accurate, the delay might not happen. We had also recently heard of a possible delay to October or beyond. Some think a delay in 2021 is unlikely, but we wouldn’t predict a shorter delay. The newly latest leak suggested that Apple will make up its mind by May, so hopefully, by then; we should have a clearer idea.