If before we had our doubts, now it’s certain that Samsung wants to maintain its spike in 2020 for the best Asian smartphone manufacturer. The South Korean giant exhibits its flagship for this year, and it’s most likely that it will generate some tremendous and comparable income with the one of iPhone 11. Samsung’s new beast is the Galaxy S20 handset, which comes in three versions.
Set for its official release on March 6, we already have all the details regarding the S20 model of Samsung. All three phones are packing the 5G connectivity, ground-shaking hardware, and more.
The 6.2-inch display is the smallest
There are three Galaxy S20 phones: the standard S20, the S20 Plus, and the S20 Ultra. All three are equipped with big beautiful screens, the smallest one measuring “only” 6.2-inches. The S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra both have a 6.9-inch display.
On those huge beautiful screens the phones will be displaying photos taken with the powerful cameras mounted. Both the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus have a wide-angle, telephoto and some ultrawide cameras. On the other hand, the S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra are equipped with one extra camera. It’s a time-of-flight camera that measures depth for Augmented Reality applications.
As for the recording capabilities, Samsung Galaxy S20 has the jaw-dropping feature of shooting videos in the 8K resolution. Just to imagine ourselves such outstanding video quality for a phone is almost frightening.
As you might have already guessed, Samsung’s new beauties are not cheap at all. However, the cheapest piece is the classic S20, with the price starting at $1,000 (£799). The next one comes S20 Plus, costing $1,200 a piece (£999), while the most expensive is S20 Ultra at the price of $1,400 (£1,199).
Preorders for Samsung Galaxy S20 begin February 21 through March 5, and the phones will land in stores on March 6.