Samsung is starting a trend here with its new launches of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Each of the phone’s names has been appended with “5G” Each shall support 5G in the US and other select markets.
The smartphones will be available from March 6th with prices ranging from $999.99 to $1,599.99, and preorders begin on February 21st.
A trusted source tried all three versions, and the first impression he got was that Samsung wants to make sure there’s no spec that isn’t maxed out.
For example, screens have high 120Hz refresh rates and are bigger than ever; the data comes in at 5G speeds. The cameras can zoom more than ever, rendering megapixels in the hundreds. The batteries are bigger than ever too.
The difference between the three phones
At a high level, all of them are of the same league. They have a great look and have premium features that give a different glow to it
The S20 has a 6.2-inch screen that has neither a mmWave 5G and lacks in the camera department as well. It has the lowest-end camera set out of the three. The S20 Plus, on the other hand, adds mmWave and better camera features.
The S20 ultra is huge, spanning at 6.9 inches with a wide range of features in the camera department.
For a while, many other Android phone makers nipping at Samsung’s heels. These releases of 2020 are surely going to make a bold statement that Samsung can still make the best phones in the market. Although Samsung will try to tell that they jumped from S10 to S20 because the foundations have advanced, but what it really wants is your attention to detail.