The time may have come for Samsung Galaxy S11. You give us a message about a rumor that suggests that Samsung will have decided to change the name scheme of his family of high-end phones for the new generation that is to come at some point in the first quarter of 2020, and that the three models of this family will adopt the Samsung Galaxy S20 brand. Now, new clues offer even more information about this – more and more – likely change of plans.
He has been recognized leaker of Chinese origin Ice Universe who, through a tweet, has made somewhat clearer Samsung's possible plans for the three models that will form the Galaxy S20 series.
“A new beginning” in a Samsung catalog led by the Galaxy S20 Ultra
As indicated by Ice Universe, as with the Samsung Galaxy S10, the new family of terminals Galaxy S20 will come formed by three different devices, equivalent in concept to the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + respectively.
But instead of continuing the usual order of numbers, and with the aim of marking “a new beginning,” Samsung will name its new terminals as Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra, the latter being in charge of taking the witness of the Galaxy S10 + and becoming the reference model of the Samsung catalog for the first half of the year.
S11e S20 S11 S20 + S11 + S20 Ultra Ultra is just one of the possibilities, there are other options, to be confirmedand What word do you think is best?
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 31, 2019
On the other hand, a message sent to an accessory manufacturer seems to reiterate this information, further confirming the assumptions screen sizes of each of the three models:
HmmmmmmmmmmS20? S20 +? S20 Ultra? pic.twitter.com/adJexEcD47
– Harmless Karl (@HarmlessKarl) December 30, 2019
However, it seems that The Galaxy S20 Ultra denomination is just one of the possibilities that Samsung is considering, and I fear that we still cannot speak of a definitive name. But since there are about two months left before the terminals are presented, I am afraid that it will not take us long to get out of doubt about it.
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