Samsung officially began taking pre-orders for its Galaxy S20 phones today, and the company may have inadvertently revealed when the devices will launch in the process.
A new page on Samsung’s website urges you to “Be the first to experience a new era of Galaxy”. If you agree to submit your name, email address, and ZIP code, Samsung says it’ll notify you as soon as pre-orders for its next Galaxy go live.
Interestingly, Samsung says that folks who pre-order will get “Delivery by March 6 while supplies last.” That suggests that the phones will be available starting on that date.
That date also happens to be around the same time when the Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy S9 phones launched, which happened on March 8th, 2019 and March 2nd, 2018, respectively.
Finally, Samsung’s reservation page teases that it’ll have a trade-in deal available for customers interested in buying a new Galaxy phone. “Save with enhanced trade-in values,” the page says.
Samsung will officially announce the Galaxy S20 series as well as the Galaxy Z Flip foldable on February 11th. And while it may feel like leaks have already revealed everything there is to know about the new Galaxy phones, we’re still looking forward to seeing the phones in the flesh and getting their full specs, launch date, and pricing.