Pabliell, 31 Dec 2019There was no year 0 as far as I know, so the first decade goes from year 1 to 10, meaning this... moreGreat point but the Galaxy S line started in 2010 so terms of phone years it's a decade.
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2019120hz refresh rate=even worse Samsung battery life than before Maybe they will give us the option to select between, 60, 90, 120.
I own two flagship smartphones. One by Samsung and the other by Huawei.
Certain things may be a coincidence but it seems to me that Samsung has been copying Huawei in a few departments like camcorder starts recording when you switch to recording mode something that I don't like but something I saw in older Huawei smartphones before I ever saw it in a Samsung,
There are many more things which I won't get into here. I do rate Samsung for their clipboard feature allowing you to store up to 20 items in memory which also stays in memory when the phone restarts or is powered off. That's a feature missing from every Huawei. LG flagships have it as well though you can only store 10/11 items to the their clipboard which is half of Samsung's capabilities.
I prefer Huawei's tricks of capturing a screenshot by double tapping the screen with your knuckles rather than swiping from right or left with your palm and Huawei's scrolling screenshot is a very nice touch. Something the latest version of Android is now offering...Huawei had it long before now.
There's no perfect phone. You have to give and take but obviously you will prefer one thing from one brand to a next.and vice versa,
However, in regards to the elephant in the room, Samsung coming out with the S20 may be logical from there perspective but it's just too close to Huawei's P20.
All in all though Samsung and Huawei make some of the very best smartphones out there and both of them deserves their current position...number one and number two.
And I just bought an S10+ today.... Couldn't you guys post this earlier
This sounds so cool! And it'll probably have a price to match - $1500, maybe? Maybe in 3 years I'll get S20 with a deep discount, yay!
Nice new naming, though, makes sense. Hope they keep it for a decade and beyond, S20-29 makes sense.
Pabliell, 31 Dec 2019There was no year 0 as far as I know, so the first decade goes from year 1 to 10, meaning this... moreThe first microsecond into 1st of January is part of year 1. See it as "working on it", as you would be building a Ship -- all parts you build and assemble will come together as one, a bigger something. And the 1st Ship is not complete until the last bolt is screwed in its place. Likewise, the year isn't complete until the last microsecond of 31st Dec is spent. That's how year 1 was formed. And how calendars work.
The current date format means: day/month/current-year (aka 'year we are in the process of filling')
The current decade started the first microsecond we stepped into the year 2010. And will last until the last microsecond of 31st Dec 2019 is spent. Then next decade starts on the first step we take into 2020 -- and lasts until 31st Dec 2029.
Why your logical brain no work mate?
The only way for me to buy a Samsung again , after the laggy S10e is to equip S20 line and all who follow with a Clean version of Vanilla Android , like Oneplus.
dont care name its about software expierence and device feel in hand and last hardware. the last always samsungs strong point. hope software expierence and blootware size will inprove in good way.
Pabliell, 31 Dec 2019There was no year 0 as far as I know, so the first decade goes from year 1 to 10, meaning this... moreIn another thread someone was arguing with me that I should count from 0 even though 0 is nothing.
Just give it up. Sometimes the world decides to do stuff in an arbitrary manner while defying any logic.
No worry - camera performance will be yet again no match with P40Pro :)
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2019u know most phones with 120hz or 90 u can set them to 60/normal if u wish to have even more ba... moreYeah I hate people complaining when they can just go backwards same with fast charging
Pabliell, 31 Dec 2019There was no year 0 as far as I know, so the first decade goes from year 1 to 10, meaning this... moreThat's correct.
Plenty of people also celebrated the new millennium a year early too, in 2000
Came to see Huawei fans: Samsung copying Huawei naming but I'm disappointed and btw I think Samsung will use years last two digit for names S20 in 2020 and S21 in 2021 like A and M series
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2019120hz refresh rate=even worse Samsung battery life than before u know most phones with 120hz or 90 u can set them to 60/normal if u wish to have even more battery lol will be no issues regardless
Kuk1997, 31 Dec 20192010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. 10 years, learn how to count, boyThere was no year 0 as far as I know, so the first decade goes from year 1 to 10, meaning this decade started in 2011 and ends in 2020. 2021 will start a new decade.
Anonymous, 31 Dec 20192021 marks a new decade, not 2020.2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. 10 years, learn how to count, boy
Device specifications confirmed this news looongg ago
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2019120hz refresh rate=even worse Samsung battery life than before Hahaha! They've been doing one of best thing in battery business.. I'm sure that you never had a recent galaxy device..
2021 marks a new decade, not 2020.
120hz refresh rate=even worse Samsung battery life than before