Samsung Galaxy S20 Specs Are Out, and They Are Impressive

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New details of the Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones are out, and the specifications look quite impressive. There are going to be three models: Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20 Plus 5G, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. They are all going to be launched on the 11th of February. Android 10 will power these 3 new models and they are likely to run on Samsung one UI 2.0 as well.

What the Samsung Galaxy S20 specs are like

The Galaxy S20 5G will sport a 6.2 display, an Exynos 990 7nm chipset, 128GB of storage and MicroSD storage of up to 1TB. The other two models will have similar specifications but the difference truly lies in the screen size. The S20 Plus 5G will be flanked by a 6.7-inch screen, while the S20 Ultra 5G will sport a humongous 6.9-inch screen. While the Ultra will sport 3 rear cameras, a 10x optical zoom, and 100x digital zoom, the other two models will have 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom.

All the 3 models will boast of 8K recording. S20 5G will run on a 4,000mAH battery, while the S20 Plus 5G will be powered by a 4,500mAH battery. The Ultra model will have a much larger battery of 5,000mAH. All the models are also water resistance, with IP68 Water Resistance.

While the new specifications are quite impressive, more details are required to make a complete assessment of the smartphones’ specs. For the moment, the cameras seem to be quite impressive, as are the screens and battery. There is no information about the price or the phones’ performance.

Samsung has many competitors this time around

Samsung has had to fight off a number of competitors in recent years. While initially, only Apple was its major competitor, the Korean giant has several rivals right in Asia. OnePlus, Huawei and other companies have been eating into the company’s profits and market share across Asia and elsewhere. If these Samsung Galaxy S20 phones aren’t a success, the company will have more worries than just Apple’s iPhones to deal with.  This is probably why the company is taking the familiar approach of large screens, powerful cameras, and other impressive features.