Samsung's coup to leapfrog the phone industry
Samsung's coup to leapfrog the phone industry
Samsung deciding to call its next generation of smartphones the Galaxy S20 line instead of the more traditionally incremental Galaxy S11 is by design.
GADJO CARDENAS SEVILLA

The company sees its new handsets as generational products that merit the distinction of being considered more than just a yearly upgrade. The Galaxy S20 line is also the company’s attempt to gain dominance over Apple in North America and Huawei in Asia and other parts of the world, by offering features and functionalities that no other device can offer.

5G across the board

All the Galaxy S20 models will ship with some flavor of 5G, the mobile data standard that’s expected to offer quicker internet speeds, more secure connections, and faster connections. 5G is nowhere near being the standard as it is still slowly rolling out in limited areas, but Samsung now has the bragging rights of being the first to the party. Businesses looking to add 5G capability to their users, now have viable devices to choose from.

Next-level cameras

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March 2020