With only a week to go until unpacked, Samsung fans have been bombarded with all sorts of revelations. Interestingly, Samsung’s official surprise recently confirmed many details, such as the official naming of the Galaxy S20 series (not the Galaxy S11). Earlier, it was reported that the legendary Galaxy S20 series smarts will have four unique features: a 120Hz high-refresh rate display, a rear multi-camera and new sensors, and a novel shooting mode.
(Instagram via BGR)
A leader in the “three swordsmen”, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is expected to feature a 100x sneaky hybrid digital zoom, as well as a 108-megapixel main sensor, after all, taking pictures is another highlight of Samsung’s marketing.
The smaller Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus models will be available in 4G/5G versions, but the S20 Ultra will only be available in 5G models.
(Galaxy S20 LED phone case)
自 Galaxy S 系列面世以来,三星一直在延续既定的命名规则。 But by 2020, the company no longer seems to want to use the Galaxy S11 name.
Interestingly, Samsung’s website recently accidentally exposed several phone cases and confirmed the official name of the Galaxy S20 series.
(Galaxy S20 plus clear phone case)
It’s unclear whether the S20 was named to be tied to the new launch year (or to digitally press the iPhone 11/12), but it has prompted us to think about subsequent models.
For example, next year’s new machine, whether it is called the Galaxy S21 or the Galaxy S30?