It is expected that in February next year, the Korean tech giant Samsung will officially launch its next generation of Galaxy S flagship.

However, recent rumors claims that these products may not be called Galaxy S11 but instead Galaxy S20.

Specifically, both reliable sources, Ice Universe and MMDJ, said that the next generation of Samsung flagships will be called Galaxy S20. Previously without this information, many sources often "default" to call these models as Galaxy S11.

If the above information is true, you can see, the naming of Samsung flag is quite similar to Huawei when jumping from "10" to "20", "30" and soon to "40".

Meanwhile, Samsung's new mid-range products now have names like Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, Galaxy M20, etc. What do you think about this naming system Samsung is about to introduce to the Galaxy S series? Let us know your take on this recent change using the comment box below.


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