After being rumored as the Galaxy Fold 2 for months, Samsung has now decided to market it as “Galaxy Bloom.” This name was confirmed by the company’s head of mobile operations, Mr. DJ Koh, recently at a secret meeting with carriers and partners on the subsidiary of CES 2020 in Las Vegas.
Mr. DJ Koh also confirmed that instead of Samsung Galaxy S11, the successor of S10 will be called Samsung S20, and also the upcoming flagship devices will be called Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
According to AjuNews, which is a South Korean publication, the report shows an image of one of the slides which were presented in the secret meeting, which reveals the official name of this upcoming device. There’s currently no way to verify it, so take it as a bluff. Although, if we look behind, these secret meetings at CES events have always given accurate information, like the first-generation Galaxy Fold. So there might be a possibility that this info could be true.
Talking about new developments, we have to notice the fact that “Bloom” was apparently the codename of Galaxy Fold successor ever since it was in the early stages of its development. However, Pre-production codenames are relatively rare for companies to market their devices, which is the reason why many people believed that it will be marketed as Galaxy Fold 2.
According to Mr. Koh, the design of the Galaxy Fold 2 was inspired by the case of Lancôme’s compact in order to attract the female audience who are in their 20s. According to the reports, both the S20 and the bloom lineup will be unveiled on February 11. We might be able to hear about in the lead-up announcement.