Samsung galaxy unpack event took place with unveiling of not just one or two, but with three Samsung Smartphones. While this is a huge surprise and a lot of options to explore, there still might be perplexity in choosing the best one.
So, here is we got you covered up on all the things that you need to know about each one of the devices specifically.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with a 6.9″ screen that is slightly larger than the 6.7″ panel on the S20+ is camera specified phone (for both front and back camera) with the massive camera hardware. With exceptional camera capabilities and the 108MP main sensor and 40MP sensor camera, it provides more resolution than ever before along with the highest resolution dedicated selfie cam yet. Alongside 2.4µm effective pixel size, the Ultra should be the phone to beat all the 108MP on the market (“Nona-pixel” i.e. 9-in-1 pixel binning) in terms of low-light shooting.
Also, the telephoto camera uses Samsung’s first periscope lens which is based on a very high-resolution sensor, 48MP. Allowing the pixel binning (4-in-1) and the highly improvised resolution drastically improves the image quality. It also comes with a 10x hybrid optical zoom and 100x super-resolution zoom which uses image stacking to reduce noise.
Compared to the other two S20 models that have 10MP sensors with 1.22µm pixels, the Ultra gets 40MP shots with 1.4µm pixels with binning enabled that gives crystal-clear picture quality.
Also, it has no extra merits in terms of resolution or other features because all three screens have 1440p+ resolution; 120Hz refresh rate, and HDR10+ support that weighs 220g, which is quite heavier as compared to the other smartphones.
Winding up, S20 ultra is the only model of the three to support 45W fast charging. It can charge a 5000mAh battery full in just 74min.
Samsung Galaxy S20+
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ due to the 20:9 aspect ratio has a larger 6.7″ screen comes with a single selfie camera that doesn’t offer depth sensor on the front camera rather there is one on the back, the Depth Vision module, which the non-plus model deficient in. It does not make a difference in the image quality of portrait shots.
With the same rear camera, the wide lens is paired with a 12MP sensor and a larger sensor with 1.8µm pixels (up from 1.4µm). The fascinating 64MP module acts as both the telephoto camera (offering 3x hybrid optical zoom) and as the main video camera, capable of recording 8K video. These are the first phones to offer proper 8K video capture that allows streaming to your Samsung 8K QLED TV or YouTube uploading over 5G and also provides smooth self-recoding effects due to the upgrade on video stabilization.
As shared by all three modules, the third camera on the back encompasses an ultra-wide-angle lens (120°) and a 12MP sensor. All three phones are powered by either the Snapdragon 865 or the Exynos 990 that varies to each region. Nevertheless, all three starts at 128GB storage, but the Ultra does have an option for 16GB of RAM, though, the other two top out at 12GB. There’s a MicroSD slot that supports cards up to 1TB, with bandwidth limitations.
Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20 is the most compact of the three and also affordable as you save €100 compared to the plus model. With most in common with S20 and S20+, the S20, appraises 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9mm, contrasting to 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm for the S20+ while weighing 20g lighter.
You get the same 25W fast charging using the included adapter with a total of 4,000mAh battery while you may fall sort on 500mAh in battery capacity. All launched phones support 15W wireless charging along with reverse wireless charging whilst The Galaxy S20 only supports sub-6GHz, which is still faster than 4G. It is not quite at the mmWave level as supported S20+ and Ultra also.
We need to ensure what kind of networks our local carriers plan to launch. There are some cons as you don’t get the 108MP main sensor, 40MP sensor, 2.4µm effective pixel size or 64MP module that acts as both the telephoto camera (offering 3x hybrid optical zoom), there also are pros that include affordability, lightness as compared to other phones and same charging speed. So this is also, a deal, to look forward to.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Price:
|Galaxy S20 4G||N/A||£799||€899|
|Galaxy S20 5G||$999||£899||€999|
|Galaxy S20+ 4G||N/A||N/A||€999|
|Galaxy S20+ 5G||$1199||£999||€1,099|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra||$1399||£1,199||€1,349|
We do have our eyes on venders and the network they will provide, so keep yourself updated and check back for some follow up later on.