Samsung May Have Confirmed Devices' Codenames For February's 'Unpacked' Event

Ruben Fields
February 20, 2020

Samsung made a big splash when the company introduced its first foldable smartphone previous year - Galaxy Fold.

That said, XDA Developers believes that the promotional video, which includes vague rectangular and diamond shapes, indicates that Samsung could be unveiling a rumored clamshell-style Galaxy Fold handset as well.

It's therefore possible the Snapdragon 865 wasn't around at the time its internal components were being created to fit in its pliable body. According to speculations, Samsung's 108MP camera will only appear on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The 32MP front-facing camera of the Samsung Note S10 Lite (left) vs the 10MP selfie camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (right) we had on hand.

Samsung announced the new Galaxy S10 Lite along with another Galaxy Note 10 Lite smartphone earlier this month. The new series will also be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset or the Exynos 990.

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Samsung's teaser trailer certainly hints at two devices.

There is a small notification display on the back of the device which will offer needed information to the user when the device is in folded state. The device, codenamed "Bloom" is expected to feature a 6.7-inch foldable display and a 1-inch cover display. Additionally, a dual-camera system has also been pictured on the phone's rear, suggesting Samsung could be looking to one-up the photography prowess of the Motorola Razr that only comes with a single lens on its rear.

The company didn't mention a release date for the rest of the world, though, and it also didn't say if the device has markedly different features and components from the original Tab S6.

Notably, the update is available in regions like the UAE, Vietnam, parts of Europe for Galaxy S10 Lite and South America, North America, Asia, Africa, and parts of Europe for Galaxy Note 10 Lite. It confirmed that the upcoming event will be held on February 11 in San Francisco. And, of course, we'll be covering it live. So stay tuned for all the latest announcements.

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