Samsung’s eleventh-generation models are now just around the corner but it seems that the company is planning to implement one big branding change. Samsung’s upcoming flagship lineup is largely expected to launch as the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11e, and Galaxy S11+ but now it appears that they will be launched as the Galaxy S20. The same was suggested by two separate Twitter sources, leaksters @IceUniverse and @MMDDJ_, who both independently tweeted the purported device’s name (“Galaxy S20” in the case of Ice Universe, while @MMDDJ_ stuck to just “S20”). If this possibility comes out to be true then Samsung’s newest lineup of devices would be called the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20e, and Galaxy S20+.
Ice Universe also accompanied their tweet saying that “next year is 2020, and 20 is a new beginning” as a possible explanation for the name change.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 24, 2019
It is believed the Galaxy S20 series will debut at an event in mid-February. As far as pricing is concerned, the regular Galaxy S20, will probably succeed in the Galaxy S10+ and cost $999 in the US. The compact Galaxy S11e could move higher up and cost $849 or $899. Moreover, there are chances that even Samsung itself doesn’t yet know which name to use.