The 11th of February saw the lunch of Samsung’s most anticipated flagship phones The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. Its first range of 5G flagship smartphones with AI-powered camera system, a 108- megapixel sensor and 100x zoom to change the way smartphone enthusiasts see and experience the world through their 6.2-inch (Galaxy S20), 6.7-inch (Galaxy S20+) and 6.9-inch (Galaxy S20 Ultra) Dynamic AMOLED, Quad HD+ screens.
I would like to steal your attention from the exquisite quadruple-camera set up to the phone’s more exceptional features. I’m sure you are wondering; how could there be more?
The Galaxy S20 pays intricate attention to the enjoyment of music, watching videos the ideal way, putting in mind playing console-style games on the go with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processors on all three phones, a 4,000 mAh battery on the S20, a 4,500 mAh on the S20+ and an outstanding 5,000 mAh battery on the S20 Ultra. For those of you that are familiar with older Samsung phones in terms of batteries, they haven’t been the greatest but this is great news for the Samsung users.
Each phone comes with up to 1TB (terabyte) expandable storage and 128GB initial storage with the S20+ and S20 Ultra coming with 512GB options each. The S20 and the S20+ comes with 12GB of memory while the S20 Ultra comes in both 12GB and 16GB.
Now back to the camera, both the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the S20+ camera setup comes with, 64 Megapixels telephoto, 3x Hybrid Optic Zoom, 30x Super-Resolution Zoom, 1/1.7” while the S20 Ultra comes with 48 Megapixel telephoto,10x Hybrid optic Zoom, 100x Super Resolution Zoom and 1/2.0”. The trio also comes with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera with the S20 and S20+ siblings coming with an extra 12-megapixel wide while, a 108-megapixel wide camera. The biggest camera bump in 4 years
The front-facing cameras on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+ have 10-megapixels with the s20 ultra coming with a whopping 40 megapixel.
With other phone companies making quality smartphones the S20 needs to make an immediate statement given the prices of the phones are on the high side. Don’t get me wrong the s20 line is damn impressive with a range for you to choose from but if you own an older Galaxy phone like the S10 or S9 is there really a need to upgrade?
But on the other hand, if you take a good look at the specs offered by the S20 and you have the funds to bag yourself one I suggest you do I know I would. I’ll just love it when I gently slide the phone out of my pocket and tech-inclined people just give you that bad guy look. (God when?) Anyways the phones come in four colors, the Cosmic gray, Cosmic black, Cloud blue and the Cloud pink which happens to be my favorite color.