Samsung Galaxy S20 release date is March 6, pre-order reservations now open in the US

Samsung Galaxy S20 release date is March 6, pre-order reservations now open in the US
February 11 is one of the most important days of the first half of the year for the smartphone industry. Samsung will reveal its new flagships, the Galaxy S20 series, in less than two weeks, which means it's time for early adopters to reserve their phones.

As expected, the handset maker has opened Galaxy S20 reservations in the United States and even revealed the release date. Five carriers allow customers to reserve their Galaxy S20 flagships through Samsung – AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon, but you can also reserve an unlocked model.

Reservations don't cost anything and you still need to pre-order your phone. The benefit is that you'll be notified when you can pre-order your favorite Galaxy S20. Once you enter your information on Samsung's website and select your preferred carrier, you can click that “Reserve” button, which is grayed out until everything is in order.

You should receive an email in just a few minutes on the address that you used to register, which will say that your reservation is confirmed. Also, for reserving your Galaxy S20, Samsung will give you an exclusive $35 instant credit toward eligible devices and accessories.

Moreover, Samsung plans to offer some special trade-in values for eligible devices to those who wish to buy the Galaxy S20. Those who reserve their Galaxy S20 via Samsung should receive information about these special trade-in values next month.

As far as the release date goes, Samsung mentions pre-ordered Galaxy S20 units should be delivered by March 6 while supplies last. Assuming pre-orders will open on February 11, the same day Samsung plans to reveal the Galaxy S20 series, you'll have nearly a month to pre-order yours.

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3 Comments

1. JMartin22

Posts: 2426; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

The Galaxy S20, what a time to be alive in 2029!

2. androiduser

Posts: 575; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Disgusting phone, I will never buy a phone that's over 18:9, 18:9 is as far as I'll go, I don't need 20:9 and 21:9 on a phone, what a disgusting aspect ratio to have on a phone.

3. cevon3239

Posts: 217; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Well in 2 years all big phones will be similar. Same crying people did about 16:9. Your talking an extra millimeter or 2 of size. It is not gigantic at all. You haven't even held the phone. The s20 Ultra is only slightly taller than the Note 10+. Having had the Note 10+, it was only slightly taller than my Note 9. After a couple days I didnt see of feel any difference between the two. The size is all in your head. But hey, you don't have to buy it, but with that 108MP sensor, the Ultra will likely have the 2nd highest sales with the 3 modems with the base model being the top seller do to price. If the Ultra is $1300 or less, its mine!

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