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You read that right, Samsung skips the Galaxy S11 and jumps directly to the Galaxy S20. Maybe it's marketing for the new 20 : 9 aspect ratio and 1 20 Hz display, or maybe it's just the fact that it is released in 20 20 . [19659002] In addition to the song, Samsung borrows from the Apple playbook and the budget model becomes the basic model. So what would be the follow-up to the S10e is called the Galaxy S20. Then comes a larger version, similar to the S10 + from 2019, and it has a name that you would expect: Galaxy S20 +. The only other notable model is the S20 Ultra, but that is a completely different story.

Go to a section: Striking features | Dates | Storage Price | Body | Basics | Software Skin | View | Performance Battery | Front camera | Reversing camera Audio | Media formats Sensors Connectivity Security Box contains

Striking features

The Galaxy S20 and S20 + are a huge upgrade of the Galaxy S1

0 series from 2019. In addition to the usual SoC upgrade (Qualcomm Snapdragon 865), the new device will have a new 64 MP telephoto lens. use with 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom. The primary lens will also be upgraded to a new 12 MP lens with a sensor size of 1.8 µm.

Both devices have a new 20: 9 QHD + screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. There is also a noticeable increase in the battery in Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 +, with capacities from 4,000 mAh. There is also Super Fast Charging 2.0 support that brings compatibility with up to 45 W power adapter and fast 15 W wireless charging. And not even for all upgrades.

Important dates

The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra are announced on February 11, 2020 in San Francisco, CA. Samsung will announce the entire Galaxy S20 series in addition to the sequel to the Galaxy Fold. Preorders must begin shipping the phone on March 6, 2020 the day after the announcement. Preorders of the Galaxy S20 + will include a pair of Galaxy Buds +, the upcoming upgrade to the TWS Galaxy Buds.

  • Release Date: March 6, 2020
  • Pre-Order Date: February 2020
  • Announcement Date: February 11, 2020

Storage Capacity

Supporting the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + both microSD (Yes). Although we were concerned that Samsung could remove the feature, it seems that fans could enjoy it for another year. Internal storage is limited to two options, 128 GB and 256 GB. Both options use the UFS 3.0 standard and Samsung & # 39; s F2FS for one of the fastest read and write speeds of any smartphone.

  • Available storage: 128 GB, 256 GB
  • Specification: UFS 3.0 [19659010] Expandable storage: yes, up to 2 TB microSD card

Price for everything

Since the Galaxy S20 is now the low-end model of the series, it acts as an upgrade for both Galaxy S10e and S10 owners. The way Samsung balances these two different customers is by minimizing the difference between this and the Galaxy S20 +, while the price remains at the bottom. There are rumors that the Galaxy S20 starts from as low as $ 799 or as high as $ 899. The first would be a modest increase of $ 50 compared to the Galaxy S10e, while the latter would give the same MSRP as the Galaxy S10. It is said that the Galaxy S20 + costs $ 999, or the same price as last year's Galaxy S10 +.

  • Price: from $ 799- $ 899 (S20), $ 999 (S20 +)

Body

According to Ishan Agarwal the Galaxy S20 comes in at least three colors: blue , gray and pink. The Galaxy S20 + comes with the first two colors, but replaces pink with black. According to Ishan Agarwal it could come with more colors, but he currently does not know that.

Both the front and back covers must be made of glass, protected by at least Gorilla Glass 5. The frame must again be aluminum, which minimizes weight and remains durable to most drops. Another change affects do-it-yourselfers. Samsung will make extensive use of glue instead of adhesive tape. With this change, they can make the edges thinner, but make them waterproof and the phone more difficult to repair.

  • Frame: aluminum, glass (Gorilla Glass)
  • Finish: blue, gray, pink (Galaxy S20), black (Galaxy S20 +)

Basic principles

Leaks for the Galaxy S20 and S20 + have been quite heavy, with a few things still uncertain. One thing we know that usually does not know is the dimensions and weight of the phone. The Galaxy S20 is 5.98 x 2.68 inches, making it larger than the Galaxy S10e but not that wide. It has a similar thickness at 0.31 inches, despite the increase in battery which is a pleasant surprise.

The Galaxy S20 + is, however, a different story. With a length of 6.38 inches, it is longer than both the Galaxy S10 and S10 +. The change is the result of both the new aspect ratio and the much larger screen (0.3 inch larger than the Galaxy S10 +). Thanks to the aspect ratio, this is not as ideal as the Galaxy 10+ (although it is wider than the Galaxy S10). And just like the Galaxy S20, the thickness remains the same 0.31 inch as its predecessor.

The only other feature that Samsung users should be aware of is the increased weight. Although Galaxy S20 is slightly heavier than the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S20 + is noticeably heavier at 6.63 oz (the Galaxy S10 + was 6.2 oz), so if you found one of the Galaxy S10 series to be overweight, this is not the phone for you.

  • Height: 5.98 inch (Galaxy S20), 6.38 inch (Galaxy S20 +)
  • Width: 2.68 inch (Galaxy S20), 2.91 inch (Galaxy S20) +)
  • Depth: 0.31 inch
  • Weight: 5.78 oz (Galaxy S20), 6.63 oz (Galaxy S20 +)
  • Dust / water resistance: IP68 under IEC standard 60529
  • Supported carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular
  • Infrared blaster: no

Software

With Samsung gives the stable version of Android 10 on phones from the Galaxy S10 and Note10 series is already quite sure that the successor will run the same version. Android 10 was not a big visual change (except for the new dark mode for the entire system) but was still a major upgrade. Improved privacy and security, fast phone updates and better music notifications are just a few of the changes that Google has added to the software. View the link below for all changes.

Skin

For Android 9 Pie, Samsung has introduced a new skin, One UI. It replaced the previous Samsung Experience UI (which itself replaced TouchWiz) with a design that was more in line with stock Android.

Since the Galaxy S20 and S20 + Android 10 run out of the box, it will perform the following iteration of this skin, A user interface 2.1. One UI 2.1 has all the features of One UI 2.0 but with the addition of Quick Share, a new feature discovered by XDA and a cloud-based AirDrop-like feature for sharing Samsung devices.

Display

Samsung has increased the screen size of the entry-level model from 5.8 inches to 6.2 inches. However, for those who thought last year that the 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 + was perfect for media consumption, a treat awaits you – the Galaxy S20 + comes with a 6.7-inch display.

Rumors indicate that both phones will have a new higher screen resolution of 3200 x 1440. The aspect ratio is 20: 9, making the screen much larger than wider. Because every phone uses the same resolution, the pixel density is worst on the Galaxy S20 + with 521 ppi while the Galaxy S20 has an amazing 563 ppi that is higher than last year's Galaxy S10. The panel is an upgrade version of the Dynamic AMOLED, although rumors indicate that Samsung can rename this SAMOLED. The screen of both phones supports HDR10 + and is curved on the left and right.

In addition to the larger screen, the major upgrade compared to Galaxy S10 is the new 120 Hz screen. 120 Hz refers to the refresh rate or the number of frames that the display can display per second. 120 Hz is twice the refresh rate of the Samsung Galaxy S10, which means that the Galaxy S20 can generate twice the number of images. Generate more images with smoother animation, smoother scrolling and better gaming (for games that support this). This is a huge win for Samsung because it is one of only two US phones with such a higher refresh rate and the only one with QHD + resolution.

  • Screen size: 6.2 inch (Galaxy S20), 6.7 inch (Galaxy S20 +)
  • Screen resolution: 3200 x 1440 pixels
  • Total number of pixels: 4,608. 000 pixels
  • Pixel density: 563 ppi (Galaxy S20), 521 ppi inches (Galaxy S20 +) [19659010] Screen type: Dynamic AMOLED
  • Notch: no
  • Punch hole: yes
  • Screen-body ratio: Unknown
  • Aspect ratio: 20: 9
  • Minimum brightness: Unknown
  • Maximum brightness: minimum 600 nits [19659009] Refresh rate: 120 Hz (120 Hz for touch sensitivity)
  • Color temp: Unknown
  • Color gamut: Unknown

Performance

A new year means a new SoC from Qualcomm, and the Galaxy S20 and S20 + get the first dibs on the Snapdragon 865. This SoC offers a performance increase of 20% of the CPU performance and a GPU increase of 17-20%. It uses the same core configuration, with one gold core clocked higher than three other gold cores, paired with four silver cores.

All rumors indicate that the new Qualcomm processor is more powerful than the latest Exynos processor from Samsung. That has been the case for a few years now, but what's interesting is that Samsung will offer the Qualcomm version of the phone as a result in more countries.

Regarding RAM, Samsung believes that more is better. The basic input for the Galaxy S20 and S20 + is 12 GB, 4 more than last year's Galaxy S10. Rumor has it that LPDDR5X RAM (the first phone to use this new version) is being used, which is more energy efficient and has a faster transfer rate.

  • Memory: 12 GB
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 [19659010] Chip size: 7 nanometers
  • CPU frequency: 2.84 GHz (1x A77), 2.42 GHz (3x A77) and 1.8 GHz (4x A55)
  • CPU cores: 8 cores (1 + 3 gold cores, 4 silver cores)
  • GPU: Adreno 650
  • GPU frequency: 587 MHz

Battery

So after years of handling the battery life and charging as a side issue (then gave us a huge battery but in an exploding phone ), Samsung has made a 180 ° change of direction, leading the load to this category. And this year, Galaxy S20 and S20 + illustrate this change.

Let's start with the battery capacity. The Galaxy S20 has a battery of 4000 mAh, 600 mAh larger than the Galaxy S10e. The Galaxy S20 + increases its capacity from last year's huge 4,100 mAh to 4,500 mAh. This is linked to the largest battery of the Samsung flagship, which corresponds to last year's Galaxy Note10 +. These battery capacities will wonder when considering the increase in screen size, the higher resolution of the Galaxy S20 and the new refresh rate of 120 Hz.

Then there is the wired charging. Samsung is introducing a new technology for its phones, Super Fast Charging 2.0, which entered the Galaxy Note 10+. This technology supports a maximum of 45 W chargers that you must purchase separately. Instead, you will receive a 25 W charger in the box that you can use quickly. For wireless charging, both phones must support Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 for up to 15 W (the fastest on any US phone). PowerShare, the name of Samsung for reverse wireless charging, is also coming back.

In addition to the hardware, according to XDA, Samsung is introducing a new option in Settings that display the battery status. Consider this feature as the option of the same name in iOS devices that was added after Apple was called up for throttles when the battery capacity decreased over time.

  • Battery: rechargeable lithium ion
  • Capacity: 4.00 mAh, 3.86 volts (15.44 watt-hours) (Galaxy S20), 4.500 mAh, 3.86 volts (17, 37 watt-hours) (S20 Ultra)
  • Wired charging: yes, Super Fast Charging 2.0 (25 W) (up to 45 W)
  • Wireless charging: yes, fast wireless charging 2.0 (15 W)

Front camera

Both phones use the Sony IMX374 front camera. It is a 10 MP with a pixel size of 1.22 µm. The hole is the smallest so far, even smaller than the hole in the Note 10 series. It is also centered like the Note 10 series. It again supports video recording up to 4K at 60 fps. It uses Dual Pixel phase detection auto focus.

Samsung has a new feature called "Smart selfie angle" that detects the number of subjects in the image and recommends switching to wide angle if there are more than two people in the image. This suggests that the camera is cropped at a wide angle when a single person is in the image.

Samsung has recently released a video on CES 2020 with a new feature known as Selfie Type. This feature allows the front camera to capture your fingers on a flat surface and AI analyzes your finger position to type on your screen. We are very skeptical that this technology will find its way to the Galaxy S20 series at launch, but this may be a feature that comes before the end of the year.

  • Resolution: 10 MP
  • Aperture: f /2.2 cialis19659010BuchPixel size: 1.22 µm
  • Sensor size: 1 / 3.2 "
  • Zoom]

    no

  • Flash: yes, screen flash
  • Image stabilization: no
  • RAW support: yes
  • Object detection: yes, face
  • Formats: JPEG, RAW

Reversing camera

One aspect of the phone that has been leaked to nausea is the reversing camera, and even now we are learning new details, one of the key features being that Samsung is no longer offering a uniform camera step. if you want a better camera, get a larger (and more expensive phone).

The Galaxy S20 and S20 + come with a 12 MP Sony IMX555 lens, which has a pixel size of 1.8 µm, larger than the previous one models, which were 1.4 µm, the larger the pixel, the more light is captured, both image quality and low light performance are improved.

Both phones are linked to a new 64 MP Samsung ISOCELL S5KGW2 lens with 3x optical zoom. We think this is an upgrade of the Samsung ISOCELL S5KGW1, which was used in Galaxy A70s. This lens had a pixel size of 0.8 µm and a sensor size of 1 / 1.7 ". We expect that both lenses will have OIS and EIS. Telephoto will not use pixel binning to reduce photos to 16 MP, but rather crop to achieve the 3x optical zoom ( similar to what OnePlus did with the 7 Pro last year.) This is also the lens that allows 8K shooting.

The ultra-wide lens is the 12 MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K2LA We don't know that much about this camera, but based on the model number it seems to be an update to the ultrawide used in the Galaxy S10 series, which has a pixel size of 1.4 µm and a sensor size of 1 / 2.55 ".

If you opt for the Galaxy S20 +, you will also get a ToF sensor. This sensor was used in Galaxy Note10 + to enable Depth Vision, their name for the improved depth detection that this sensor offered. Because of this sensor, photos will be better on the larger phone, as well as AR functions such as AR Doodle, which use the ToF sensor to better position objects in the world around you.

Rear camera & # 39; s from the Galaxy S20 +. Image by Steve H. McFly / Twitter

Great camera hardware, however, is not enough. Based on an APK that was broken down by XDA, it seems that there are new innovative functions with the Galaxy S20 and S20 +. With Single Take Photo you can rotate the phone while it captures various photos and videos. Then the best recordings are recommended that you can save. There will also be new Live Focus effects, including Artify, Mono, Side light and Vintage, plus a new Glitch effect for Live Focus Video. Zoom-in Audio returns (now apart from Android 10) and is assisted by the microphone that is placed in the camera series. We also heard rumors about adding vertical panoramas. Resolution: 12 MP, 64 MP (telephoto), 12 MP (ultra-wide)

  • Pixel Size: 1.4 µm, 0.8 µm (telephoto), 1.4 µm (ultra-wide)
  • Aperture: Unknown
  • Zoom: yes, 3x optical, 30x digital
  • Flash: yes, High CRI LED
  • Image stabilization: yes, OIS + EIS (primary and telephoto)
  • RAW support: yes
  • Lens cap: sapphire glass
  • Object detection: yes, food, faces
  • Formats: JPEG, RAW [19659107] Thanks to Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, the Galaxy S20 and S20 + 8K can capture at 30 fps. It will also record HDR video up to 4K at 30 fps. The zoomable microphone function returns, a feature introduced with the Galaxy Note10 series that directs audio to the subject of your zoom. Rumors indicate it has a Video Pro mode with the ability to set the exposure, shutter speed, color tone and ISO sensitivity.

    Another new feature is Director & # 39; s View which allows you to switch between different lenses while recording. Ideally, it works in the same way as the iPhone 11 Pro that shares the image data between lenses so that while you switch lenses, it appears to be from the same camera (only at different focal lengths). However, it seems that this feature does not come at the launch, but in a later software update.

    • Resolution: 720p, 1080p, 4K and 8K
    • Maximum frame rate: 720p at 30 fps, 1080p at 60 fps, 4K at 60 fps, 8K at 30 fps
    • Slow motion: 720p at 960 fps, 1080p at 240 fps, 4K at 120 fps
    • Time-lapse: yes, 1080p
    • Photos: yes, higher than 9.1 MP photo & # 39; s during 4K recording
    • Zoom: yes, see above
    • Flash access: yes, see above
    • Image stabilization: yes, VDIS (video digital image stabilization) [19659009] Object detection: Unknown
    • Autofocus: Unknown
    • Audio: stereo
    • Formats: H.264 (AVC), H.265 (HEVC)
  • Audio

    Neither device retains the headphone connection (RIP). Samsung was one of the last OEMs to offer the port and limited your options to ASUS flagships, LG flagships and mid-range (or lower) devices. And to top it all off, he probably doesn't have a headphone adapter in the box. If you plan to get the phone and you don't have one, we recommend that you buy an adapter from Amazon now. You can get the official from Samsung ($ 14.99 on Amazon) or upgrade to a third-party option, such as a Soditer headphone adapter ($ 26.99 on Amazon) that lets you use 32-bit / 384 kHz audio files to carry out.

    is likely to preserve the stereo speakers using a combination of a speaker on the top ring and a speaker that works at the bottom.

    • 3.5 mm headphone jack: no
    • Stereo speakers: yes, top and bottom firing
    • Microphones: 3
    • Max speaker volume: Unknown

    Media formats

    We have not heard any changes in media format support at this time, so we assume the same as its predecessor.

    • Audio: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DFF
    • Video: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM

    Sensors

    All sensors transfer to both telephones, including the ultra-asonic fingerprint sensor.

    • Sensors: Accelerometer, RGB ambient light sensor, barometer, gyro sensor, geomagnetic sensor, Hall sensor, HR sensor, proximity sensor, ultrasonic fingerprint sensor

    With the Galaxy Note 10+ that supports dual frequency also, we expect Samsung to bring the same feature to the Galaxy S20 series.

    • GPS: yes, L1 + L5
    • aGPS: yes
    • Glonass: yes, L1
    • BeiDou: yes, B1
    • Galileo: yes, E1 + E5a
    • QZSS: no

    Connectivity

    We do not expect much to change with regard to connectivity. It should again support Wi-Fi 6, but unlike 2019, it should not be one of the few phones that do. E-SIM support may be included, but we have not heard of this change. It will use Bluetooth 5.1, which contains a few minor changes, such as a lower power Bluetooth connection (which is also faster) and improve the ability to determine your location.

    • Wi-Fi: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax
    • Bluetooth: 5.1
    • NFC: yes
    • Mobile: nano- SIM
    • Port: USB Type-C

    Because Qualcomm forces OEMs to purchase the 5G modem with the Snapdragon 865, we now know that the regular model will be 5G compatible. There is a 4G model, but this will probably only be available abroad, limited to the Exynos variant. Model 1

    • GSM: 850/1900
    • UMTS: 850/1700/1900
    • CDMA: BC0, BC10
    • LTE bands: 2/4/5/7/12/13 / 14/25/26/30/38/41/48/66/71
    • 5G Non-Standalone (NSA), Sub6 / mmWave

    Security

    Despite reports that was in display fingerprint scanner was not very safe, Samsung is sticking to the new technology in the Galaxy S20 and S20 +. This will be the only biometrics available in addition to the standard Android authentication methods.

    Accessory

    The Galaxy S20 + (and Galaxy S20 Ultra) comes with free Galaxy Buds + for anyone who pre-orders the phone. The successor to the Galaxy Buds will double the battery runtime to around 12 hours after a single charge and contains adaptive sound insulation but no noise suppression like earlier rumors. They sell $ 149 for those who do not pre-order or order the Galaxy S20 in advance. The Galaxy Buds + come in three colors: black, white and sky blue.

    Cover image via OnLeaks / Twitter [19659185]
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