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Samsung’s flagship devices may get a new name next year

25 February 2019 4

Samsung has just launched its Galaxy S series smartphones ahead of MWC. Now there are reports that the South Korean company is planning to rename its flagship series smartphones. Both the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series may get a new name.

While this is not the first time such rumors have surfaced, even last year right after the MWC, Samsung’s Mobile head DJ Koh suggested that the company is looking for new names for its flagships, however, the current generation devices were launched with the same nomenclature.


As per the top executives, the names of next-generation devices that would end with S11, S12 or S13 may be slightly difficult to pronounce for people. “Samsung is aware that after the S10, people may not like the longer names that will come with two-digit numbers if we stick to the current system. Nothing has been decided although the company is looking at options that can appeal to consumers," Korean news agency Yonhap quoted a Samsung senior employee.

While Samsung may still be in process to decide the name, If given a chance, what would you call the Galaxy S and the Note series? Let us know in the comments below.


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AbdulMalik
AbdulMalik

I would definitely not like to see the new flagship to be called the Galaxy S11. Not for the difficulty in pronouncing, but it looks clichéd Dictionary and boring.

AxtonPowell
AxtonPowell

This thought had certainly crossed my mind when I first read about Galaxy S10. What after 10? It was quite a while back. But it's all coming out to be true to me.

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