Samsung Galaxy S20 – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S20 – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S20 – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra: Anyone would anticipate and not be overly surprised if the device came with Android 10, but this depends on the chipset that is currently in place. On the Samsung S20, there is a Snapdragon 865 chipset with an Octa-core, 2840 MHz, Kryo 585, 64-bit, 7 nm CPU, which represents a significant improvement.

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of the Samsung S20 is that the Galaxy is being updated with a naming style that fits the new decade of 2020, and it is really a great naming style – because seeing Samsung S11 naming will be deceitful.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Among the 2020 Galaxy S20 series smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is the largest in terms of size.

The Exynos 990 – Global Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 – USA processor powers the smartphone.

The device has a large 6.9-inch screen with a capacitive Dynamic AMOLED 2X touchscreen that offers a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels.

The display has features like HDR10+, Always-on display, [email protected], and [email protected] and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6.

The smartphone’s rear camera has a quadruple sensor: 108 MP wide-angle + Periscope 48 MP telephoto, 1/2.0′′, 0.8m, PDAF, OIS, 10x hybrid optical zoom + 12 MP ultrawide, AF, Super Steady video + 0.3 MP, TOF 3D. (depth).

A 40 MP camera for selfies is located on the front, and it has features like Dual video calling and Auto-HDR.

Sensors on the phone include an ultrasonic fingerprint reader (under the display), an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, compass, barometer, ANT+, Bixby natural language commands and dictation, and Samsung DeX. (desktop experience support).

The smartphone’s non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery has a fast battery charging rate of 45W, which can charge the battery to 100% in 74 minutes. It also has USB Power Delivery 3.0, Fast Qi/PMA wireless charging, Power bank, and reverse wireless charging.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Spec

A 6.2-inch (3200×1440) AMOLED screen, a 12MP primary camera, and a 64MP selfie camera are all features of the Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone. The main processor is a Snapdragon 865 with 8 GB of RAM, and the battery has a capacity of 4000 mAh.

Both versions come with a generous 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. If you’re willing to give up the second SIM slot, it is still possible to increase the memory. The smartphone will come pre-installed with the most recent version of Android 10, with the One UI 2 user interface on top.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Price

The starting price of the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Nigeria is about 320,000 Naira. The starting price for the Galaxy S20 is approximately $725 in the US, 630 GBP in the UK, 5,000 GHS in Ghana, and 80,000 KES in Kenya.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Features

Design: The Samsung Galaxy S20’s appearance suggests that it is quite similar to the Galaxy S10, which it replaces. The device has a similar body design in terms of size. The smartphone comes in a regal style in addition to having the most recent Corning Gorilla Glass 6 covering the entire body.

The clean panel and the body as a whole have dimensions of 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9 mm and a weight of 164 grams. It has an IP68 rating, making it resistant to dust and water for 30 minutes at a distance of 1.5 metres.

Display: A large screen display size is also included with the Samsung Galaxy S20. The 6.2-inch Samsung device is the first to use a Dynamic AMOLED 2X capacitive touchscreen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The touch responsiveness of the device will improve thanks to this feature.

It has a 20:9 aspect ratio, a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels, and a density of 563 PPI. Along with HDR10+ support, the device has an always-on display.

Camera: The main sensor has 12 MP resolution and features large 1.8 mm pixels. Additionally, it features optical image stabilization and an f/1.8 aperture (OIS). The telephoto lens, with 64 MP, is the highest. On the lens, the manufacturer touts a 3x hybrid zoom and up to 30x “Super-Resolution Zoom.”

Hardware and Software:

The S family has made it into something of a tradition, too. Depending on where you live, the Galaxy S20 is available with various chips and processors.

For those of us in Africa, the smartphone will come with an Exynos 990 (Global) with an octa-core Mongoose M5 processor clocked at 2.73 GHz.

A Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865 chipset with an octa-core processor running at 2.84 GHz will be provided to customers in the US. Don’t be fooled by the speed; the American and Global versions will both perform superbly.

Samsung Galaxy S20 colors

Cosmic Gray: This metallic hue is perfect for people who want a dark shade other than pure black. Cosmic Gray isn’t going to be the most striking color scheme, but it also looks more sophisticated and polished than some.

It is accessible on all three phones in the US, UK, and Australia. At the time of writing, all three Samsung Galaxy S20 models are only offered in Cosmic Gray.

Cloud Blue: One of the funnier color options is Cloud Blue, which is available for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus but not the S20 Ultra.

It’s a light, youthful blue that will probably stand out more than the shades above, but it might also cause more controversy. However, this is one of only two options—and the only one for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus—if you want a pop of color on your phone.

For the S20 and S20 Plus, Cloud Blue is offered in the US, UK, and Australia.

Cloud Pink:

Currently, this color is only offered for the Samsung Galaxy S20 base model. Even though it’s the least expensive phone you can get it with, in a way, that makes it the most exclusive of the shades.

As with Cloud Blue, this light pink is quite showy and will undoubtedly draw attention, but it’s also a less official, “safe” shade than Cosmic Black or Cosmic Gray. However, it isn’t nearly as garish as some pinks, so it still manages to look classy.

Cosmic Black:

Cosmic Black isn’t available for the standard Galaxy S20, which might seem odd considering it’s the most “ordinary” color. However, it is available for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make the decision. It’s a deep, dark black that still manages to have some shine to it because of the glass back.


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