The Samsung Galaxy S11 launch date is official. The company has announced when it will be conducting its annual Galaxy Unpacked event.
And it’s coming sooner than you expected.
Samsung Galaxy S11 launch date
The Galaxy S11 launch date is set for February 11th. That’s just about a month away. Normally, Samsung tends to announce its Galaxy S flagship sometime between late February and early March. This isn’t the first time the company has broken tradition, while it usually held the launch event in partnership with the Mobile World Congress, Samsung decided to host its own press conference once in a while.
Samsung Galaxy S flagship announcement date pattern
- Galaxy S10 – 20th February, 2019
- Galaxy S9 – 25th, February 2018 (MWC)
- Galaxy S8 – 29th, March 2017
- Galaxy S7 – 21st, February 2016 (MWC)
- Galaxy S6 – March 1st, 2015 (MWC)
With the Samsung Galaxy S11 launch date confirmed for February 11th, the company is once again staying away from the Mobile World Congress. MWC 2020 is scheduled to take place from 24-27th February, in Barcelona. The event is set to start at 11 AM Pacific Time, in San Francisco.
The Galaxy S flagships start shipping within a couple of weeks after they have been announced, so we can expect the Galaxy S11 to ship in March. Samsung is rumoured to announce three phones at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event, with the Galaxy S11 Plus, Galaxy S11 and a Galaxy S11 Pro. All three models reportedly have a curved display, and will support 5G mobile networks thanks to the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Samsung Exynos 990 processors.
In the meantime, we are awaiting the official price announcement of the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite.