Samsung’s New Flagship Will Be Named Samsung S20 Series

According to previous reports, Samsung will launch a new Galaxy S11 flagship series next year. But as several other reports say, coming our way from Weibo Samsung KOL, the new series will actually be named the Samsung S20 series, not so-called Samsung S11 series.

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Bloggers have revealed that the new S series flagship will have a new name as the Samsung S20 series. If the news is true, then the three new machines that will be released soon will be named the Samsung S20e, Samsung S20, and S20+. It also means that the Note series will also become the Samsung Note 20 and Note 20+ in the second half of next year. So the flagship in 2021 will be changed to the Samsung S30 and Note 30 series.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Rumored Features

So if considering the previous leaks, the upcoming Samsung S20 series will be equipped with the Snapdragon 865 and the Exynos990 processors. Moreover, they will use LPDDR5 memory for the first time. And the three new models of Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED curved screens will support a 120Hz refresh rate. So the battery capacity of the new machines will also increase.

The Samsung S20e and S20 will use a 12MP main camera. But they will use a 1/1.76-inch outsole, while the Samsung S20+ will be equipped with a 100-megapixel main camera and a 1/1.33-inch outsole. For the first time, they will use a 9-in-1 technology. The S11’s design is mostly hidden behind a “leakproof case” in the photos. Everything here seems to match up with the CAD renders, indicating that this is likely the final (or near-final) design. The telephoto lens also supports 5x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom. It is rumored that the new machine will be officially released in San Francisco, USA on February 18 next year.

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