Samsung on 12th February 2020 made pubic this year’s iteration of its flagship line of smartphones, the S model. This model was announced alongside Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra at an Unpacked event. This year’s iteration of the S model focused more on the cameras on the plus and Ultra models. Unlike last year’s 12-megapixel camera across the three models, this year’s models include a 64-megapixel telephoto camera and a single front-facing camera across thew three models. This comes as a successor to Samsung Galaxy S10.
Galaxy S20 integrates Software features from Google and Microsoft. Google Duo has been integrated into Samsung’s default apps and Microsoft Xbox too.
All the three models are 5G ready considering that they all come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. This SoC has a separate chip outside the SoC that has both 5G and 4G Modems. Read more about it in this article, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Overview, and Specifications.
Here are the Galaxy S20 Specifications:
- 6.2″ 120 Hz QHD+ OLED
- Battery – 4000mAh
- Snapdragon 865 SoC
- 128 GB + MicroSD
- Selfie/Front Camera -10 MegaPixels
- Main Cameras – 12 MP Wide Angle, 12 MP Ultra-wide camera and 64 MP Telephoto camera
- IP 68
As for the Pricing, Samsung Galaxy S20 Starts from $999, Galaxy S20+ at $1,199 and Galaxy S20 Ultra at $1,399.