rklemm05, 14 Jan 2020On the S20 series, up to 2 mm thick from what I read. These phones will wobble like crazy when... moreI think everybody is these days uses a case. With the case it will be perfectly aligned ;). I hate it too(mostly because it's borrowed from apple) but the case should solve the problem
paws28, 10 Jan 2020camera bump??On the S20 series, up to 2 mm thick from what I read. These phones will wobble like crazy when put flat on a table, considering that the camera bump is not even centered but on the upper left corner :-( That's the only concern I have about these.
Motorola showed off clamshell foldable phone but Samsung will bring it to market before Moto and with lower price and better specs. Moto is always late in the market and their sells are gone for good.
wow they COPIED Huawei numbering with their phones. They copied P series and Mate series numbering jumping from 10 to 20 skipping 11
I think Galaxy S20 has a certain ring to it. I like the name. Im guessing this is certain.as its been leaked by reliable leaksters too many times not to be true.
I want a real Galaxy Fold 2 not a clamshell Galaxy Fold
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2020There was a time when this used to be excitingYeah so true. Those were the good times. Now its just reduced to the same wine in a new bottle every year.
it might be a51 and a71...
they covered both "a" in galaxy....
There was a time when this used to be exciting
Kingslayer, 05 Jan 2020Exynos was superior in 2016. It was like Samsung stopped caring about their own SoCs after the... moreExactly, if Samsung wants to keep using Exynos, keep it for their midrange smartphones likes the A series.
Their flagship phones, the S Series and the Note series should be using the best and highest performing SoCs like the SD 855 and now 865, not second rate ones like the current state of Exynos SoCs. Not to mention that Exynos SoCs make it very difficult to port certains apps like GCam which only work properly on SD SoCs.
PeterThePanda, 05 Jan 2020Samsung should just use SD 865 on all markets, not just US, China and HK for its Flagship S an... moreExynos was superior in 2016. It was like Samsung stopped caring about their own SoCs after the S7/Note7.
I like the new name.
Samsung should just use SD 865 on all markets, not just US, China and HK for its Flagship S and Note series. Keep the Exynos for its A series as well as midrange and budget phones.
Exynos is crap not only in performance and in battery life but also connectivity (has weaker Wireless and Data reception compared to Kirin and SD).
Samsung is pretty much shortchanging its International Market consumers for 3 years already by giving them inferior chipsets on their Flagship phones for the same price as the SD variants.
Apologies but we are NOT getting the S20 this year. Samsung would never do a Huawei.
We will get an S11 this year.
Dont fall for the rumours please GSMArena
The S20 comes in 9 years. We are getting the S11 this year
Smartkool, 04 Jan 2020Whats with the naming the last few years? Apple started to skip shit with the iPhone 8/X, Micr... moreWould it be easier if Samsung just name it Galaxy S 2020. Then next year it would be Galaxy S 2021. Car naming method usually is like this. Then we get the Basic, Standard and Premium model.
Smartkool, 04 Jan 2020Whats with the naming the last few years? Apple started to skip shit with the iPhone 8/X, Micr... moreIt does make a lot of sense if you think on it a bit. They're changing to sync the model numbers with the calendar year.
Whats with the naming the last few years? Apple started to skip shit with the iPhone 8/X, Microsoft did the same with Windows and goes back and forth with weird names for the Xbox and now this too. As if Samsung's other line-up isn't complicated enough with it's naming.
I get you sometimes can't keep naming your product the same thing just with a higher number (Altough that works fine for Sony and the Playstation so far), but atleast make sense into it, it's easier for us, retailers and experts such as repairshops etc.