Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Price, Specs, Release Date – We heard that the Galaxy S11 won’t be called S11 after all. Instead, it will be named the Galaxy S20. The information came from Ice Universe, where he said that 2020 is beginning of a new decade, and that’s the reason Samsung wants to rename their new flagships to match the new decade better.
Of course, it was still not confirmed that whether or not the name change is actually happening. But we have more information today, which suggests that Samsung is indeed calling its 2020 S-Series flagships like the Galaxy S20. This new information comes from the founder of case manufacturer Schnail, who published a screenshot of what seems to be a summary of any sort regarding the next Samsung flagship’s name.
Also, Max Weinbach found some codes in One UI 2, which is coming from Samsung themselves. So the name change is indeed happening. We also have the names of other Galaxy S20 phones. The S11e will be renamed to Galaxy S20, the S11 will be called the Galaxy S20 Plus, and the largest variant in the S20 family will be called the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Samsung is kinda taking a page from Apple’s and Sony’s naming scheme. Apple called the successor of the iPhone XR as the iPhone 11 instead of the iPhone 11R. Also, Sony used Ultra’s name in the past. One of their 2014 flagships was named the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. Which was a really big phablet phone at that time. So clearly, there is some inspiration, and to be honest, what’s in the name.
S11, S20 doesn’t really matter. It’s not going to change anything. The 2020 Galaxy S flagships are going to be the best devices that Samsung has to offer regardless of the name. Plus, for you who were questioning what comes after the Galaxy S20. I mean, what are they going to call the 2021 flagship phones. Apparently, it’s not going to be the Galaxy S30. They’ll instead name it as the Galaxy S21 to align the name with the current year.