It is very little to meet the Samsung Galaxy S20, and it is that the Korean giant already watches weapons for an Unpacked 2020 that open doors in San Francisco next Tuesday from 11, in really close dates but escaping a little from the environment of the Mobile World Congress 2020 to highlight the generational change that Samsung is looking for this year also bringing in the same event the Galaxy Z Flip as the second iteration of its folding phones and inviting Google for "something exciting."
In any case, what brings us here as we were told by GSMArena's colleagues is the classic ringtone renewal ‘Over the Horizon’ Samsung has been using historically on all its smartphones, a movement that undoubtedly clearly show that turning point that the South Korean giant is looking for by jumping this year to the number “20”.
This year, from Samsung they tell us to have been inspired by nature for your cover acoustic, showing us a relaxing mixture of chords with backgrounds of a natural landscape and a forest:
As you have heard, the new tone ‘Over the Horizon’ capture the sounds of running water or the song of the birds to take us to a melody of about 3 minutes much more leisurely and relaxing than the one used to date in the previous Galaxy phones.
Simply a detail, but an important one that confirms the jump that Samsung wants to take and we anticipate one of those small changes that usually go unnoticed In a big event like Unpacked. In this regard, it should also be remembered that the classic tone ‘Over the Horizon’ have been released for 9 years with the Galaxy SII, a mobile breaker at the time, and has been periodically renewing itself with the most important news of the Samsung galaxy.
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