Samsung Electronics is focusing on making a comeback in the Smartphone market of India with some new range of budget devices, 5G compatible handsets, and not to mention the foldable devices. The brand has already ramped-up its online presence to recoup the ground ceded its Chinese competitor, Xiaomi Corp. Samsung Electronics is the major non-Chinese Smartphone brand in India. They have already started gaining ground because of the anti-Chinese sentiment surged in India after the border clash in June, which is offering a fresh boost.
Besides, it is always challenging to keep tracking the newest and latest Samsung Phones because the brand keeps on launching new gadgets throughout the year. The brand has dozens of models spanning across its different series that cater to all budget and price ranges. Below you will come across with some newest Samsung Phones that are yet to be launched in India 2020. Plus, there is Amazon India coupon code, which you may use to avail discounts when buying these new Samsung phones online.
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1. Galaxy Z Fold 2
The highly praised successor to the original Galaxy Fold has been unveiled recently. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has been officially launched along with other Galaxy Note series on 5th August 2020. The brand is likely to take pre-orders for the device from Sept onwards.
In terms of specs, the device comes with a larger 6.3 inches of cover display and 7.6 inches of foldable display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The brand has not yet unveiled the full specifications, and hence you need to wait till Sept to know its full specs and features.
2. Galaxy Z Flip
Samsung’s 2nd foldable device is the Galaxy Z Flip, which was not launched as a part of the Galaxy Fold Series. It was launched as Galaxy Z Flip series, and it was announced in February 2020, and soon after its announcement, it became the most sought-after foldable Smartphone in the market and for many good reasons.
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The gadget feels and looks surprisingly ordinary even though the screen can fold in half, and you can easily wrap it on your palm. The device features the 2019 flagship-level specs, including Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 256GB storage and 8GB of RAM. The device comprises a 12MP of the wide-angle camera with an aperture of f/1.8 and 12MP of an ultra-wide-angle lens with an aperture of f/2.2. The front shooter has a 10MP lens with an aperture of f/2.4, and the camera is embedded as a punch hole on its 6.7 inches of a foldable display.
3. Samsung Galaxy Note Series
August and September 2020 are the Galaxy Note month for the brand. Samsung has launched its two new gadgets in the Galaxy series. Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy 20 Ultra are the two Smartphone series launched officially and now available for pre-order. The device will be on sale from August 21st.
There few major differences between these two devices. Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with 6.7 inches of flat HD+ display and 6.7 inches of Quad HD+ curved display with a dynamic refresh rate of 120Hz. Galaxy Note 20 lacks in dedicated memory card slot, while Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a dedicated slot for microSD. Both the gadgets support 45W fast charges that have enhanced from 25W. Both the models feature the signature metal and glass build that all flagship phones by Samsung possess.
4. Galaxy S
Samsung has again launched three separate variants in the Galaxy S20 series in 2020, of which the latest are the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. All the devices are powered by Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865 chipsets with varying storage capacity and RAM. The line-up has a dynamic refresh rate of 120Hz display, and it is the first time that this series is launched with 5G compatibility.
Galaxy S20 is the smallest gadget of all with 6.2 inches of display, while the Galaxy S20+ comes with 6.7 inches of display, and S20 Ultra has 6.9 inches of display with the ultra bonkers camera setup.
Samsung Galaxy S Lite, Samsung Galaxy A, and Galaxy M are some of the other launched by Samsung, which fall into the budget phones category. Most of these handsets are available now for pre-orders, and some are yet to be launched and available for sale.