Samsung can count on the Galaxy S series to ensure its position as the world's leading smartphone brand. But after more than a decade, rumors say the company is almost certainly shaking up the naming of its Galaxy S devices. The Galaxy S11 could become the Galaxy S20, with next year's phone called the Galaxy S21, etc., to match the calendar year.
Certainly can not wait until 2051.
As a writer, I think that name is important. No, not as much as the specs inside the phone, but enough for them to be able to convey what a brand is talking about. That's not just me: companies spend millions of dollars on focus groups and marketing strategies when choosing phone names.
A month awayI am not sure whether this proposed naming convention is good or bad. I don't believe Samsung will stick with its naming plan after a year, and if it does, it could be a missed opportunity for the brand to change its name to memorable and innovative.
Consider a few options. Let's say Samsung follows in the footsteps of Apple iPad (for example,) and most auto manufacturers by matching each phone name with …