It's officially 2020, which means we're another step closer to Samsung unveiling its first big flagship of the year. This upcoming phone will be the successor to last year's Galaxy S10, and for a while now, we've been referring to it as the Galaxy S11.
However, a new rumor is suggesting that the S11 will actually be branded and marketed as the "Galaxy S20."
Taking a look through the AC forums, a lot of our members have some thoughts about this.
What say you? What do you think about the Galaxy S11 being called the S20?
What's in a name? The only thing I care about is performance? The display is second, I'm dying to see how good the 120hz display is from Samsung? I suspect outstanding!
As long as it lives up to its name.
Could not care less what they call it. After all, if I do get one, I will just call it "my phone".
If the XL is bezel-less, then I'm 100% switching. Only thing that would blow me away and complete this phone would be Google adding LED flash notifications.
Couldn't care less what they call it.
I think Samsung has a horrible naming scheme... S11 vsriant would be much more better.
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