Review: Samsung S20

This time Samsung has jumped literally 10 versions and have gone ahead with the un-official unpacking of Samsung S20. The price tag would be about $1000 So the question here arises is, is worth a buy. Let us have a look at what features have been introduced with it. Oh, just to let you know, there two more S20 phones which are launched along with Samsung S20, they are Samsung S20 Plus and Samsung S20 Ultra.

Let us review the Samsung S20 camera. Samsung S20 camera have triple lens. There are three things which are note worthy.

First: The pixel size has increased from S10’s 1.4 microns to 1.8 which essentially means that the photo would be much clearer.

Second: The main camera, without any change in pixels, has increased from S10’s 12 MP to 64 MP whilst the digital zooming has increased to 30 times and optical zoom 3 times.

And, Third: It has been claimed that the image quality specially at the night has changed mammothlike since Samsung S7

There is a good news for the video creators as well. If you are into video edition and like profession, you would be able to crop and edit videos even if the recording is in 8K Video. The phone is powered by 12 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage and guess what, if you wish to increase the storage you can do via Micro SD card.

With a 6.2 inch display and resolution of HD+ at 2220 x 1080 the screen along with videos and images are quite sharp. If you are gamer, there is a good news. The Samsung S20 has increased it phone responsiveness to 240 Hz so that the slightest finger touch on the screen can result it almost instant result.

Below are the specs of S20 at a glance:

Weight: 163g
Dimensions: 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9mm
OS: Android 10
Screen size: 6.2 inches
Resolution: QHD+ (563ppi)
Refresh rate: 120Hz
RAM: 8GB/12GB
Storage: 128GB + microSD
Battery: 4,000mAh
Rear camera: 12MP + 12MP + 64MP
Front camera: 10MP

The phone is expected to release on March 6 in US, UAE and Australia and in the UK it is expected to hit the market on March 13.

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