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Samsung Galaxy S20+ 4G product details
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ is the successor to the Galaxy S11+ and therefore part of the S20 family for 2020. The Plus version was always the largest Galaxy S model you could get, but this year that is not the case. There is also a S20 Ultra available this year. Here we are going to explain which model you should buy and why.
Middle child of the S20 family
Fair is fair; Samsung hasn't made it any easier. There is a Galaxy S20, a S20+ and a S20 Ultra. And of those first two, you can choose between a 4G and 5G version. For the sake of clarity; we are talking about the middle model, the S20 Plus with 4G. If you necessarily want 5G then you have to be at the Galaxy S20+ 5G. 5G is not really useful at this moment. That can change when telecom providers upgrade their network. That makes the S20+ 5G a bit more future proof, for now you just pay more without having anything in return.
Fluid 120Hz screen but with a but
Samsung has placed a larger screen of 6.7 inches without using a much larger housing. This was achieved by making the screen edges even smaller. The double selfie camera that occupied a large part of the screen was changed by a single 10 megapixel shooter. That's still roomy enough for razor sharp selfies. The camera sits nicely in the middle. New on the screen is the higher refresh rate. Instead of 60, images are now refreshed 120 times per second. This makes the screen look a lot smoother during animations such as scrolling. It also makes it feel faster. Please note that the unit is standard on the lower 60 Hz. Only then you can use the maximum screen resolution of Quad HD+. If you want the faster 120Hz, the S20+ switches to a slightly lower resolution of Full HD+. Despite that, images are still sharp.
Main Samsung Galaxy S20+ 4G specifications
6.7 inch Infinity-O screen with smaller screen hole for selfiecam
64 + 12 + 12 megapixel camera with depth sensor, 8K video and 3 to 30x zoom
Sharp 10 MP selfiecam with autofocus (AF)
Slot to easily insert memory (up to max 1 TB)
Fast mobile internet via 4G
Place multiple SIM cards thanks to Dual SIM support
Depth camera, 3x zoom and 8K video
On the camera front, an extra sensor has been added; a depth sensor. This depth information allows you to shoot even more beautiful portrait pictures with a blurred background. Also new is the possibility to zoom in further without loss of quality. Samsung has increased the resolution of the telephoto camera to 64 megapixels. This makes it possible to bring images 3 times closer without sacrificing quality. Hybrid Optic Zoom is what Samsung calls it. You can zoom in even further, up to 30x, but that is done digitally. Pixels are then made up, which results in blurier images. So only use it if there is no other way. This year, you can shoot video in 8K. That sounds handy but in practice you won't need it any time soon. Especially because 1 minute of recording takes 600 MB of storage. Moreover, you can only shoot up to 5 minutes in 8K movies. But if you're one of the few lucky with an 8K TV at home, you can't go wrong with the S20+.
Samsung also did not fail to increase the battery capacity from 4100 to 4500 mAh. Fast charging is possible this year with a maximum of 25 Watt and wireless charging is also available again. Of course, the latest and newest processor has been chosen with 8 GB of RAM memory. Adding memory is still possible, up to 512 GB. However, the headphone jack has disappeared. In order to use your own favorite headphones, you will need to use an adapter. You plug it into the USB-C input at the bottom. To make up for this inconvenience, Samsung does supply AKG earplugs with a USB-C connection.
Samsung skips S11 and immediately counts down to 20
In one fell swoop, all doubt is knocked out of the market. The successor to the Samsung Galaxy S10 is called the Galaxy S20 and this is what it looks like.
The presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S20 is planned for February 11th but already the plane is on the street. Striking, because Samsung had managed to keep information indoors quite well so far. A small addition; the images below do not show the S20 but the S20+. Or even more precisely, the 5G version.
Because we see the startup screen, the photo immediately reveals its name. For a long time we thought it was going to be called the S11. The photos correspond to all other leaked material. There is a centered self-image camera in a remarkably small screen hole. At the bottom of the screen is a small chin and at the back is the rectangular camera island in the upper left corner and consists of 4 cameras.
It is also noticeable that the screen edges do not deflect as much as with the S10. It may also be due to the camera angle or the incidence of light. Something stands out on the back, too. The top is slightly curved, just like the side. Previous Galaxy S models lacked that.
What else Samsung has in store for the Galaxy S20, S20+ and possibly the S20 Ultra should turn out to be February 11th. Then Samsung holds an Unpacked Event in San Francisco. Whether it is going to announce the Galaxy Fold 2 there is still the big question. Possibly it will be marketed under the name Galaxy Z (xxx). Earlier 'Bloom' was mentioned as a possible name.