Purple Hearts is ready, here’s a special edition like no other: Samsung has collaborated with Korean pop group BTS, bringing a special edition of the Galaxy S20 + BTS Edition and Galaxy Buds + BTS Edition. The phone and headphones are expected to be available from July 9 - coinciding with the seventh anniversary of the BTS fan collective - with pre-orders from June 19 via Samsung.com. Fans may want to set a reminder for that date - because we expect the demand to be high. So what's unique about the Samsung Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy Buds + BTS releases? Samsung describes the phone and headset as "an exclusive opportunity for [BTS] fans around the world to connect with their favorite band." A key feature of the S20 + BTS Edition is the purple color - it's purple glass and metal - including the iconic purple heart on the camera on the back. The phone also comes with pre-installed themes inspired by BTS and a fan platform, Reverse. That's not all. The box includes decor
This announcement comes shortly after reports that we may not respond until November.
In addition to confirming the launch schedule scheduled for October 2019, Richard Yu also said that Huawei has tested and is almost ready to produce a version of the phone with the recently announced Kirin 990 processor.
It was mentioned earlier that the Mate X was one of the first phones introduced with the Kirin 990, but since then it has become clear that it will not be equipped with this particular processor from the beginning.
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