Samsung has launched their 2020 Galaxy S range at their Unpacked 2020 event. Many of us were expecting the phones to be labelled the Galaxy S11 which logically continues the naming method they have used since the original Galaxy S.
But Samsung has skipped a few (10 to be precise) and gone straight to the S20 for 2020. As expected there have been big improvements in spec over the Galaxy S10, the S20 line up has been given a significant increase in processing power, battery and the camera. The processor in all three is a 7nm 64-bit Octa-Core unit. All three phones have IP68 water resistance. All three devices run Android 10.
There are three models, the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S10 Ultra. This generation of the Galaxy S phones which are Samsung’s flagships phones don’t have headphone jacks.
All of the S20 variants have a Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED, 2X Infinity O Display (3200X1440), HDR10+, 120Hz screen, the difference is in sizing. The Galaxy S20 has a 6.2 inch screen, the Galaxy S20+ has a 6.7 inch display while the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 6.9 inch screen.
The S20 lets you shoot video at 8K and has a 64MP main camera that comes with smart new AI.
Colourwise the S20 comes in the following options: Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink. The Galaxy S20+ has the options of Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cosmic black while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is available in either Cosmic Grey or Cosmic Black.
The S20 range will have all phones available in 5G and, if you happen to the US, you will get 4G versions of the S20 and S20 Plus phones. But American buyers market don’t have a choice but to buy a 5G-capable version of these phones. So no 4G versions of these phones for the USA.
How much does the Samsung Galaxy S20 cost? Australian prices start at $1349 and go up to hefty $2249. The Samsung Galaxy S20 range will be available in stores on March 6 2020. All of the S20 models are now available for pre-ordering as of 9am today (February 12, 2020.)
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