Last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S10 smartphone models, and expectations are high this year that Samsung will unveil a new model – Galaxy S11. Well, the company seems to have swerved all expectations. How?
Though upgraded models of the Galaxy S10 will be launched in February, their names won’t be Galaxy S11 as expected. Samsung has confirmed moving the naming of its Galaxy S series up to S20.
That means instead of S11, we should rather expect a Galaxy S20 smartphone. This is seen in leaked photos of the yet-to-be-released Galaxy 20 Plus model.
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The real reason for the change of name is not known but there is one theory. It could be that Samsung is now going to name its smartphone models after the year it is launched.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is seen to have 4 camera lenses at the rear, as the bump is designed like that of the recently-launched Galaxy S10 Lite. It is said to feel “largely flat in hand”. It also has 5G connectivity.
The device will be launched at the Unpacked event on February 11, 2020.