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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Has Leaked!

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Has Leaked!

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Has Leaked!

A new report confirms that there will be no Samsung Galaxy S11.

Instead, the Galaxy S10 series’ successors will be called the S20s -- likely to match the decade.


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