Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus

All new Samsung galaxy s20 and s20 plus is the talk of the town. Let’s discuss this in detail. As this series of the Galaxy S20 is one of the three new phones in the most popular Samsung phone in the year 2020. It is edged by the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It ranges starts from a $1,400 phone that is enormous and honestly an excellent smartphone by Samsung.

Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is the way to go if you’re into new features and long battery lovers. But only if you’re looking for an uncompromising Android phone. The S20 still costs $1,000, after all, and you can get a perfectly good phone for a lot less. Let’s dig in for a more detailed review.

Some Interesting Features

The demand starts with the size of the phone. The 6.7-inch Galaxy S20 Plus isn’t as bulky as the gigantic S20 Ultra with its 6.9-inch screen, but still requires you to scramble it in one hand (or use the other hand) to reach the top of the screen. We think and thought we couldn’t be happier with the Galaxy S20, though. It fits in palms easily without slipping into pockets. Plus, touching all parts of the 6.2-inch screen is easy, you can use your fingers to reach all menu apps effortlessly.

Another great feature is that the excellent better grip, the S20 is still an entirely glass plate, so you should grab a case. You really need to protect that OLED screen, not only because it’s expensive to repair, but it’s also quite surprising.

Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus
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This phone’s screen extends to the corners of the phone, with a small “hole punch” centered for the selfie camera and it makes the display screen fanatics. The 120 Hz refresh rate are yet another best feature. Most phones have 60 Hz screens and doubling the refresh rate means that the screen can show content at 120 frames per second instead of 60, resulting in super smooth animations and smoother games. When you switch to 120 Hz, you cannot use the maximum screen resolution setting, but the resolution of 2400 x 1080 you’re limited to seems almost less crisp.

Just like the screen, the performance is smooth. The S20 has Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chip inside with 12 GB of RAM, which is probably extreme. Furthermore, Samsung has also nailed the battery life. Capacities vary between S20 and S20 Plus: you get 4,000 and 4,500 mAh, respectively, but both phones manage to get through an entire day with average use and still remain around 40 percent by 19:00. (Switching to 60 Hz will give you even more juice!)

Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus
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Another feature that is worth mentioning is the wireless and fast cable charging, IP68 water resistance and 128 GB of internal memory, as well as a MicroSD card slot, up to a reliable fingerprint sensor that is located under the glass in the front. The camera with 1000x zoom is another great specs and all other features in this series are excellent and worth the hype.

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