Samsung is poised to unveil its latest devices next month at its Unpacked event, which takes place on 11 February at 7pm GMT. We’re eagerly expecting the update to last year’s Galaxy S10 in the new S20 range (though the name of the series has not been officially confirmed).
Though the Unpacked event is still over a week away, you can already start pre-registering. This isn’t pre-ordering, but signing up to get notified as soon as pre-orders begin.
Where can I pre-register for the Galaxy S20/S11?
You can do this is directly from Samsung if you’re in the US, which just opened it pre-registration page. You’ll need to provide your name, email, ZIP code and preferred carrier. Once you do that, you’ll receive a confirmation email and a US$35 credit to spend on eligible devices and accessories.
UK pre-registration hasn’t officially opened, but we’re keeping tabs in our rumour round up.
Much like the S10 range, the Galaxy S20 range should include three phones: the S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. All are expected to have 5G connectivity, and the Ultra should come with a whopping 108Mp 100x zoom quad-lens camera.
You can read more about the Galaxy S20 series in our rumour round up, which includes everything we know on the release date, price, and specs.
You can stream Samsung’s Unpacked event directly from the manufacturer’s site, just remember to save the date in your calendar!