The South Korean electronics giant Samsung is going to have really busy days, as the company is gearing up to launch its new flagship devices called Samsung Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip smartphone which is the new foldable device of the company. Well, now the company has accidentally confirmed that it is coming with the successor of its first-generation smart speaker and the new device will be dubbed as the Galaxy Home Mini.
Samsung posted (via) the information on its Korean website but it is now pulled off, it confirms that the company will launch its new smart speaker on February 12 in its home country – South Korea. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Home Mini can be controlled via voice command to carry out various commands but the device will also come with an IR remote and this is meant for those users who like to control devices in the traditional way.
Apart from this, we don’t have any other information about the upcoming Samsung smart speaker. There is a separate report which is about the other products of the company. According to a source, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be bundled with the company’s yet to announce Samsung Galaxy Buds+ true wireless earbuds for free of cost in the market of Europe and this information was tipped in the previous week as well. The source also tipped that the upcoming wearable will be priced at MSRP of €170.
Furthermore, the tipster Max Weinbach has shared the pricing details of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series in the market of the United Kingdom and he also says that the devices will have 4G variants as well along with the 5G variants.
According to him, the S20 4G will be priced at £799 while the 5G variant cool £874. The Galaxy S20 Plus 4G variant tipped for £999 and the 5G variant will cost £1,074, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is priced at £1,149.
So, that’s all the information we have at this moment of time. Let’s wait for the official announcement of the upcoming Samsung products and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.