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Samsung reportedly revealed the names of its upcoming phones at a private event at CES 2020.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could be called the Galaxy Bloom and Galaxy S11 lineup might be renamed to Galaxy S20
Both the handsets could come with support for 8K video recording
Samsung unveiled the smart robot Ballie, a new Galaxy Chromebook, new MicroLED, QLED 8K and Lifestyle TVs, and more at CES 2020. While all of these were public announcements, it seems like the company held a covert meeting with telecom partners on the sidelines of the largest consumer tech show. As per a Korean media outlet, Samsung held a meeting in secret where it showcased some of its unannounced smartphones, one of which is a foldable phone that will apparently be called the 'Galaxy Bloom.' Samsung Mobile chief DJ Koh is said to have been present at the meeting and he reportedly confirmed that the Galaxy S11 lineup will be renamed to the Galaxy S20 series.
Starting with Samsung’s next foldable phone, its name is apparently inspired by the cosmetics company Lancome’s powder compact. This makes sense given that the upcoming foldable phone by Samsung is rumoured to fold into a squarish form factor. Previous reports dubbed the device like the Galaxy Fold 2 but as per the report, it could be officially announced as the Galaxy Bloom. The smartphone manufacturer is also said to target female customers in their 20s with the look and design of the phone and the moniker. The foldable phone will be announced in 5G and 4G variants, the report suggests.
As for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, there could be three phones announced in the lineup. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Ultra and the standard Galaxy S20. The foldable Galaxy Bloom and the Samsung Galaxy S20 phones might also support 8K video recording, which could be a first for the smartphone industry. The report suggests Samsung and Google are teaming up, and YouTube will enable 8K video support when the next Galaxy phones are announced. Reports making the rounds on the internet suggest that the next Samsung Galaxy smartphone launch will take place on February 11. As a word of caution, we suggest that you take this report with a pinch of salt as the company has not confirmed anything yet.
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