A video has surfaced on Twitter, revealing that we could see two different Galaxy designs at CES 2020, and that one of that phone could be the second foldable smartphone.
Looking at the promotional video that was leaked a few hours ago, we can only assume one of the phones teased in the video are the Galaxy S11 (also rumored to be called Galaxy S20) and a second foldable phone, the one rumored to have a clamshell design – which perfectly folds into a square.
Let’s take a look at the short video which is said to be a Samsung promotional video for CES 2020 – meaning we could see Samsung unveil these two phones at their ‘Unpacked’ event in February..
Leaked Samsung ‘UNPACKED’ Promotional Video Teases the Galaxy S11 (or Galaxy S20) and the Clamshell Foldable Smartphone
Max Weinbach (XDA Developers host and writer), @water8192, and @thisistechtoday (M. Brandon Lee) have tweeted the same video that got leaked ahead of CES 2020. According to them, this video was found on an official press channel:
Samsung Unpacked leaked promo. Unpacked is confirmed for 2/11/20 pic.twitter.com/nQeT6i4aRp
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) January 4, 2020
You can see the video beginning with a black screen that immediately splits to reveal a white cloth-like shape on which the letters “Glxy” are printed. Where the “a”s should be, we see two shapes moving under the canvas to finally emerge as white boxes.
Rumors and speculations combines, we could glean from this promo video that Samsung will probably unveil the next foldable phone that has a clamshell design. The other box could be the S11.
As for when we will be able to finally see Samsung Unpacked (the name of their mobile launch event), the date is right in the video – February 11 and. Another rumored date was to be February 18, considering Samsung usually revealed its annual Galaxy S series before MWC 2020, which takes place from February 24 to 27.
Looking back at last year lineup launch, we should see Samsung announce the three Galaxy S phones before they go ahead with unveiling the second foldable phone design.