Galaxy S20's rumored specs seem great. Here's what else I want from Samsung's new phone

CNET | 1/18/2020 | Staff
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Samsung's Galaxy S10 could get a major overhaul in the Galaxy S20 -- unless it's called the S11.

If the rumors are right, the Galaxy S20 -- formerly known as the Galaxy S11 -- could be a beast of a phone, with a bold design on the back and a suite of powerful features within. Leaks and reports predict that the unannounced phone, which we're expecting to see Feb. 11 at Samsung's Unpacked event, will have up to four rear cameras (one of them with 108 megapixels) along with a large, sharp screen and a massive 5,000-mAh battery. This sounds impressive. I want it all, but I also want the little things that can take a phone from impressive to enjoyable.

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Consider the Galaxy Note 10 Plus that sits beside me as I write this. It's one of the best phones of the year -- I even gave the standard Note 10 an Editor's Choice Award for its balance of value, features and performance. Samsung has sold enough of them to firmly secure its place as the world's largest phone brand. Still, if I could pass a magic wand over both Note 10s, there are a few extra features I would add. They're the same things I want in the next flagship Galaxy phone.

Every device has minor annoyances that keep you from fully loving it. I've heard them all. "I love this phone, but I wish it did this," or, "You know what I can't stand? It's that," and then the person I'm talking to launches into a detailed account of a tiny feature or design issue that's become the thorn in their side despite an otherwise good experience.

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So far, my wish list for the Galaxy S20's most important features -- 5G speeds, processing superpowers and camera advancements -- aligns with...
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