Samsung Websites Accidentally Confirm Galaxy S20 Naming

Samsung Confirms Galaxy S20 and S20+ naming conventions

Unknowingly Samsung have revealed the naming for their upcoming hero smartphones by listing support and pre-launch product pages for their upcoming compatible accessories. These web pages currently live across Samsung Germany and Belgium confirm suspected naming conventions for the Galaxy S20 and the S20+, with the S20 Ultra remaining a mystery for now.

Mobile Fun have discovered this on Samsung’s German and Belgium websites through the use of part codes relating to official cases in which it stocks. Part codes that are specific for each case and phone model as seen through the links and screenshot below.

Samsung Galaxy S20 confirmation

LED Cover Galaxy S20

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus confirmation

Clear View Cover Galaxy S20+

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra confirmation

Unfortunately Samsung seemingly haven’t got round to uploading products for what we believe to be the S20 Ultra, however we have found a Samsung support page for a product relating to what’s believed to be the S20 Ultra below.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Wrapping Up

What does all this mean? Well we definitely know we’re getting an S20 and an S20 Plus, but what remains unsure is if the S20 Ultra will indeed be called the S20 Ultra and if this device will instead be the budget device of the three, being called something different in the process as interestingly the S20 Ultra will now have the smallest range of supporting accessories according to part numbers we’ve received when cross-referenced with what appears on Samsung’s support pages.

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Mike Hart is the Editor in Chief for Mobile Fun, with over 6 years of industry experience and currently found completing his CIM Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing. A keen Apple enthusiast with a strong gaming background, he can be found producing videos for Mobile Fun’s YouTube channel as well as his own gaming channel “FifaWonda HD”.