Some of us might already be anticipating for the next Samsung Galaxy S series for the year 2020 but it’s like the Korean tech giant wants to take another dimension by jumping “9-Series” names and straight to the Galaxy S20…Yeah, Galaxy S20.
The rumors about this new development has been flying around in the news for about couple of weeks now and XDA Developers in fact did published the first real-world shots of the Galaxy S20 Duos.
There seems to be no doubt about the rebranding as the name of the device displays the new name which could suggest maybe Samsung now change the branding based on years.
The design of the Galaxy S20 looks quite similar to the Galaxy Note 10 with the Hole-punch camera cutout right at the center top of the device’s massive display
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Also there seems to now be minimal curves around the edges of the display unlike the previous S10 and S10 Plus with XDA’s source saying that the S20 Plus feels largely flat in hand.
As for the back of the device is a triangular camera module which is obviously trending since late last year. But the cameras are rumored to contain wide angle lens, an ultra-wide angle lens, portrait and a macro lens. On back is also one of the more optimistic, hopeful confidentiality stickers I’ve ever seen: it actually just flat out says “do not leak info.” So much for that.
Another thing is that there is a rumor that the main sensor on the Galaxy S20 could be the same massive 108 MegaPixel which was found on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 that was released late last year.
But there is no need to be in such a hurry because Samsung will get to officially unveil the device during it’s event next month February 11th and it’s expected to come in different models/variants as well as 5G connectivity.
Another news is that the company is planning on unveiling another foldable smartphone possibly called the Galaxy Bloom, which could make it’s first debut next month as well but what we expect obviously is that whatever Samsung has to sell to us this year will be amazing.