Samsung's decision to name Galaxy S11 as S20

Samsung's decision to name Galaxy S11 as S20

Posted on Jan 2, 2020

Samsung has decided to name the new flagship phones of its Galaxy S series as the S20 instead of the S11.

GSM Arena reports that this claim was made by Twitter users Ice Universe, a trusted lexicon for Samsung.

And the name change is understandable as the new decade begins with 2020 and Samsung ends the old decade with 10 phones from the Galaxy S series and is now about to launch the Galaxy S20.

This year Samsung is expected to introduce 4 phones Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20E and S20 FiveG.

These phones will be offered with the Xenos 990 processor (in some countries) and Snapdragon 865 processor (in most countries), while it is also likely to be given larger batteries than before, such as the 5000mAh battery in the S20 Plus. Will

These phones will be introduced on February 11, while will be available to consumers in different countries starting February 18.

The Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus will have a set up of 4 cameras on the back, one of which will be a 108-megapixel camera that captures the default 12-megapixel images.

In addition, a 48-megapixel telephoto 2 camera with 5X optical zoom, will be given an ultra-wide camera and a time-of-flight sensor, while these phones will have a 120Hz refresh rate display.

Like the Galaxy Note series on the front of the phone, a selfie camera will be provided in a hole-punch design


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