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Samsung Galaxy S20: Everything you need to know!

Samsung Galaxy S20

Samsung Galaxy S20

Samsung Galaxy S20: Everything you need to know!

Samsung Galaxy S20..very year sees a heap of various Android phones released into the market. Some are good, some are bad.
Some are really exciting, whereas others are a bit boring. Among all of the handsets to come out during a given year
one release that’s continually met with a lot of excitement and fanfare is Samsung’s Galaxy S series.
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 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.
From hands-on coverage, detailed specs, accessory recommendations
and so much more, here’s absolutely everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S20 family.

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First, read and watch our hands-on coverage
Before you dive too deep into this guide, a good place to start is by checking out our hands-on coverage of the Galaxy S20.
We had a chance to use all three phones prior to the big Unpacked event on February 11, and suffice it to say
these are outstanding pieces of hardware that are bound to make a lot of people really happy.
Samsung’s metal and glass design is as premium as ever, you’re getting flagship specifications across the board
and Samsung has made meaningful improvements to the camera system and display.
Yes, these are very expensive phones, but Samsung’s done a good job at ensuring you’re getting your money’s worth no matter which model you buy.

Samsung has three models — S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra

Speaking of the different models, let’s take a closer look at what each one is bringing to the table.
At their core, the S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are very similar.
All three phones have 120Hz displays, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor, expandable storage, water resistance, and wireless charging. However
similar to what we saw last year with the S10e, S10, and S10+, there are also clear differences between them.
While the S20 isn’t cheap with a starting price of $1000
it is the lesser phone of the trio. It has the fewest cameras, smallest battery
and doesn’t connect to mmWave 5G networks. Then again, it’s the S20 version that’ll put the smallest dent in your wallet and is a good choice if you prefer phones with smaller screen sizes.

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