Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series used to be the best smartphones money could buy. And if you’re looking to buy one anytime soon, you’ll find that it’s cheaper than it was before the Galaxy S21 came out.
The Infinity-O AMOLED displays on both phones – 6.2 inches for the S20, 6.7 inches for the S20 Plus – look beautiful. The notches are both centralized like the Note 10, but this time they’re much smaller and the S20 Plus only has one lens. The result: more screen. Plus, the S20 has a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz for silky smooth media and gaming, though you’ll mostly notice this while browsing – and you’ll need to reduce your screen resolution to FHD + to be able to enjoy it.
The S20 has a 4000 mAh battery, while the S20 Plus has a capacity of 4500 mAh. That’s a lot, to say the least, and often allows us to go more than a day without recharging. Keep in mind that if you set the refresh rate to 120Hz, use a ton of 5G connectivity, or juice it up with Wireless PowerShare, the estimated battery life will decrease. So adjust accordingly if you want to keep your phone longer.
Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus Camera
The Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 have some really spectacular cameras. No, not their 12-megapixel main cameras, which are fine – it’s the 64-megapixel telephoto lens that really shines with 3x optical zoom (instead of the usual 2x zoom). The camera can also crop the zoom down to a muddy 30x digital zoom, so the intervals in between are still way more impressive than the competition. The 12MP ultrawide works fine while the 10MP front camera works well with nice filters. For the first time another bonus: 8K 24fps video from the rear camera.