One could argue that Galaxy S phones aren’t always the most interesting, but there’s no denying how much more attention they get compared to much of the competition. For 2020, Samsung is launching a trio of phones with the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. These are very technically impressive gadgets with high prices to match. And if you can afford what Samsung is asking for the phones they’re bound to be some of the best the Android landscape sees all year.
|Storage||12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (standard) (can add up to 1TB)|
|Camera||Triple rare camera (a 12-MP wide sensor that’s 1.8 microns),|
Telephoto lens (a 64MP sensor that’s 0.8 microns and the 12MP ultra-wide camera uses a 1.4-micron)
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh|
|Color||Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, and Cloud Pink.|
Price & Storage of Samsung Galaxy S20
The Samsung Galaxy S20 has a release date of March 6 and is available now. The Galaxy S20 costs $999. It comes with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage standard. You can’t opt for a model with more RAM or storage. But you can add up to 1TB of storage via the phone’s micro SD card slot.
The Samsung Galaxy S20’s colour options are not exciting, but at least there’s some variety. And in the U.S you’ll find three Galaxy S20 colours in Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.
The Camera of Samsung Galaxy S20
The Samsung Galaxy S20 has a triple rear camera that starts with a 12-MP wide sensor that’s 1.8 microns. As well as the telephoto lens uses a 64MP sensor that’s 0.8 microns and the 12MP ultra-wide camera uses a 1.4-micron sensor.
As the first phone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor. It is paired with The Galaxy S20 provides speed aplenty, especially since it’s paired with a robust 12GB of RAM. Samsung is also giving you control over how you use this memory, too, as you can assign up to three apps to be stored directly in RAM. As well as the result should be near-instant load times for resource-intensive apps and games.
Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery is the main feature of s20. The Galaxy S20 also comes with a 25-watt charging adapter in-box that can take the device from empty to 53 % in a half-hour.