The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is Samsung’s upcoming mainstream flagship series, and everyone is looking forward to Android’s top OEM game changer. Many were surprised when Samsung decided to change its naming scheme and drop the Galaxy S11 moniker in favour of Galaxy S20.
Two separate Twitter sources by leaksters, @IceUniverse and @MMDJ, both tweeted that the purported device’s name is Galaxy S20. This wouldn’t be out of the ordinary as Huawei did the same thing last year with Huawei P20 – which was expected to be P11 instead.
Samsung’s next major launch event, Samsung Unpacked 2020, is just a few weeks from happening. Scheduled for [...]
We’re just a few weeks out from Samsung’s next big unveiling, but there’s not much left to unveil. It’s too late—we’ve seen everything. After a few rounds of CAD-based renders, we now have official press renders of the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. This phone will have top-of-the-line hardware, including a periscope camera with Space Zoom.
The leak includes black and gray versions of the phone, but they’re otherwise identical. Read More
One of the key new features coming to Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series is the new 120Hz display, but apparently, Samsung isn’t going to force customers into it. In fact, the Galaxy S20’s display will apparently default to its 60Hz mode.