Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus Moniker Officially Confirmed


Samsung Galaxy S20 series vs Galaxy S10

Samsung is working on its next-generation of flagship smartphones dubbed Galaxy S20 lineup and the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone. Although we are already aware of the fact that the company is now going with an S20 moniker instead of the S11, it was never actually confirmed. For those who’re unaware, the smartphone never appeared online with these monikers even during the certifications.

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus Gets Certification in Thailand

Well, that changes now since the device has now been leaked again and this time with the S20 monikers. Two Samsung devices with the model number SM-G980F/DS and SM-G985F/DS has appeared for the certifications in Thailand. This listing is coming from the local NBTC organization. As per the listing, the former is spotted with the name Galaxy S20 while the latter with the Galaxy S20 Plus moniker.

This means that we are now finally rock-solid about the company’s new naming scheme. With that said, we should also expect the similar naming scheme for the future Galaxy Note lineup launch. Back to the listing, the model numbers are in line with the previous flagship. As you can see, both the model has the letter F in the end which point towards the international variants that are not carrier-locked. The DS, in the code name, refers to the Dual-SIM support.

Sadly, the listing has not revealed any information on the specifications of the device. Recently, we reported the leak of official renders of all the S20 lineup variants revealing the entire design. Coming to the expected specs, we’re looking at Infinity-O displays, 120Hz refresh rate and improved camera performance. The S20 should come with a starting price tag of  EUR 899 (roughly $993) while the plus 5G variant will set you back EUR 1,099 (roughly $1214). Apart from this, the brand will also launch its next-generation of truly wireless earbuds dubbed Galaxy Buds+.

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