Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus + Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus +

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Design and view

After the launch we now know a lot about the design and display of the S20 Plus...

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Design and view

After the launch we now know a lot about the design and display of the S20 Plus - this is the offer:

 

  • Ultra-thin edges

 

  • A shift to the middle for the punch-hole camera

 

  • Colour options called 'cosmic black', 'cosmic grey' and 'cloud blue'

 

  • The absence of the beloved headphone jack

 

All phones in the S20 series have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a huge increase over the 60 Hz of the S10, but this is only the case if you've set your screen to Full HD+ - on WQHD+ it's back 60 Hz.

 

The Galaxy S20 Plus screen is 6.7 inches wide and has a resolution of 3,200 x 1440. In addition, all three screens share the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the screen.

 

Camera and features

 

Samsung generally doesn't disappoint when it comes to smartphone cameras, and this year it's no different with the introduction of some impressive improvements by Samsung. Here's what we've heard about the S20 Plus:

 

  • It has a similar setup to the S20, in the sense that they both have a 12MP main lens, a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12MP wide angle lens and a 10MP selfie camera

 

  • However, the S20 Plus reversing camera also has a time-of-flight depth sensor, just like the S20 Ultra, but not the flagship S20

 

  • The camera also offers 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom

 

  • Video-enabled video in stunning 8K quality

 The phone also offers a 'Single Take' feature that makes a short video of different lenses at the touch of a button.

All phones released in the UK are equipped with 5G, but the Plus and Ultra have an extra piece of technology known as mmWave antennas, further increasing overall connection speeds.

Technical specifications

Aside from the United States (and perhaps Canada), which will receive a Snapdragon 865 chipset, most regions will do it with an improved Exynos processor in their S20 handsets.

Everyone will benefit from a huge - some even say excessive - 12GB of RAM, while both the S20 and S20 Plus offer 128GB of storage, with the ability to add more space via the microSD slot.

 

The battery capacity of all three models has been improved, with the S10 Plus with a 4,500 mAh cell, 45W fast charging and 15W wireless charging, inherited from the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. They are also IP68 waterproof and dust resistant

Design and view

After the launch we now know a lot about the design and display of the S20 Plus - this is the offer:

 

  • Ultra-thin edges

 

  • A shift to the middle for the punch-hole camera

 

  • Colour options called 'cosmic black', 'cosmic grey' and 'cloud blue'

 

  • The absence of the beloved headphone jack

 

All phones in the S20 series have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a huge increase over the 60 Hz of the S10, but this is only the case if you've set your screen to Full HD+ - on WQHD+ it's back 60 Hz.

 

The Galaxy S20 Plus screen is 6.7 inches wide and has a resolution of 3,200 x 1440. In addition, all three screens share the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the screen.

 

Camera and features

 

Samsung generally doesn't disappoint when it comes to smartphone cameras, and this year it's no different with the introduction of some impressive improvements by Samsung. Here's what we've heard about the S20 Plus:

 

  • It has a similar setup to the S20, in the sense that they both have a 12MP main lens, a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12MP wide angle lens and a 10MP selfie camera

 

  • However, the S20 Plus reversing camera also has a time-of-flight depth sensor, just like the S20 Ultra, but not the flagship S20

 

  • The camera also offers 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom

 

  • Video-enabled video in stunning 8K quality

 The phone also offers a 'Single Take' feature that makes a short video of different lenses at the touch of a button.

All phones released in the UK are equipped with 5G, but the Plus and Ultra have an extra piece of technology known as mmWave antennas, further increasing overall connection speeds.

Technical specifications

Aside from the United States (and perhaps Canada), which will receive a Snapdragon 865 chipset, most regions will do it with an improved Exynos processor in their S20 handsets.

Everyone will benefit from a huge - some even say excessive - 12GB of RAM, while both the S20 and S20 Plus offer 128GB of storage, with the ability to add more space via the microSD slot.

 

The battery capacity of all three models has been improved, with the S10 Plus with a 4,500 mAh cell, 45W fast charging and 15W wireless charging, inherited from the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. They are also IP68 waterproof and dust resistant