Thursday, February 13, 2020

Samsung unveils the new Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra.

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  Samsung officially launch it's newest flagship smartphones: Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.

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  The Galaxy S20 Series is more likely identical in some of its hardware but they are different in terms of screen size, battery capacity and camera megapixel.

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  The S20 Series is powered by 7nm Exynos 990 Octa-core SoC (Global Version) or 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC (US version). The S20 and S20+ is equipped with 6GB of RAM and 128GB ROM while the S20 Ultra comes with a 8GB RAM up to 16GB RAM variant and 128GB up to 512GB ROM. The S20 Series can be expand their storage up to 1TB using the SIM2 slot.

[    Samsung Galaxy S20 Specs    ]      [    Samsung Galaxy S20+ Specs     ]

  Having a bigger screen that has 120Hz refresh rate can drain battery much faster compare to the typical 60Hz display. But that's not a problem since you can easily switch it off from 120Hz to 60Hz by tapping the switch button. Also the S20+ and S20 Ultra might have bigger display but it has bigger juice. The S20 has a 4,000mAh battery, the Plus is 4,500mAh, and the Ultra comes with 5,000mAh. 

[      Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Specs     ]


  Samsung S20 Series offers new technology in capturing images this 2020. This devices comes with bigger  numbers 48, 64 and 108. A groundbreaking Hybrid Space Zoom witch AI powered digital zoom that can max out up to 30X or with the revolutionary multi folded lenses of S20 Ultra and has Super Resolution Zoom of up to 100X.

  Level up in video recording, The S20 Series can capture video up to 8K resolution at 24fps or a slowmo shot on 1080p@240fps. Worry-free on a shaky video since it has Super Steady video, Gyro-EIS and OIS. This might be a new arsenal for the vloggers out there.

Upgrade or Not?

  So if you're upgrading from the S10 Series to the new one, it doesn't waste of money since the new S20 Series has a lot of new features to offer. If you think this new features is not necessary as of the moment, you can wait for the Galaxy Note 20 Series in 4Q of 2020 or the next gen of Galaxy S Series next year.

  The Galaxy S20 Series is not officially announce in the Philippine market but you can now start pre-ordering the Galaxy S20 Series thru the Smart Signature Plan. Old and new subscriber can now pre-order starting February 12.

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