So this is the time of the year when Samsung usually launch their flagship Galaxy S series smartphones. Last year during this time only Samsung announced Galaxy S20 series which includes 3 smartphones namely Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Galaxy S20 Ultra being the flagship device and costliest among all. But just after the launch, the coronavirus pandemic hits the globe and thereby subduing all the pomp and show around the Galaxy S20 series launch. To add salt on that Samsung’s decision to launch Galaxy S20 series with their own Exynos series SOC in Europe and other parts of the world including India didn’t go well with the end user consumers who decided to skip the Galaxy S20 series altogether and go for cheaper Chinese version from companies like Xiaomi, Oppo etc.