Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Release Date

Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Release date

Samsung confirmed that it will start taking orders in advance for the Samsung Galaxy S20 line starting February 13. It will be released on March 6 in most markets throughout the world.

The Galaxy S20 LTE variant is priced at € 899 and comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The 5G variant will cost € 100 more and comes with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Galaxy S20 + starts from € 1099 for the 5G variant with 128GB of storage.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra, as expected, is the most expensive of the group, starting at € 1349 for 12GB + 128GB configurations and € 1549 for variants with 512GB of storage and a whopping 16GB of RAM. The Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with 5G connectivity as standard everywhere.

Prices have seen a slight increase compared to the Galaxy S10 series which starts at € 749, € 899 and € 999 for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + respectively. That being said, you get the best in flagship technology with the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is the main projection of Samsung's dominance.

Samsung will offer Galaxy S20 and S20 + in Cosmic Gray, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink, and Cosmic Black and S20 Ultra in Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black. Pre-order incentives may differ in each market and prices will obviously vary depending on where you buy the product.

Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Release date

This is the phone that will change photography.

Meet Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. With revolutionary 8K Video Snap changing how you capture not just video, but photography.1 Add in Samsung Knox security, an intelligent battery, powerful processor, and massive storage - and the Samsung Galaxy S20 series unveils a whole new world for mobile.

Samsung is behind Apple and Google in photo quality, but the Galaxy S20 looks to defeat competitors with larger sensors, greater zoom and new features that make it easier to take pictures and share.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 has a triple rear camera that starts with a 12 micron 12-MP wide sensor. The telephoto lens uses a 64MP sensor which is 0.8 microns and an ultra wide 12MP camera uses a 1.4 micron sensor.

Why am I blabbering all these numbers? Well, the larger the sensor, the more light that enters, which will produce brighter and sharper images. In comparison, the Galaxy S10's wide-angle, telephoto and ultra-wide cameras are 1.4, 1 and 1 micron, respectively. So at least two lenses are significantly larger.

Indoors under normal lighting conditions, the Galaxy S20 captures shots of cookies that look more delicious. You can see cracks and crevices - and forge dark chocolate cakes - even though Samsung gets help from AI Scene Optimizer mode which automatically recognizes food.

Samsung Galaxy S20 does not have Zoom Space 100x Galaxy S20 Ultra monster, but has a zoom that is stronger than the Galaxy S10. Hybrid Optical Zoom goes up to 3x, which should be a lossless zoom, and digital zoom goes up to 30x. When you approach 30x the camera display becomes shaky, but overall this is an increase in 2x zoom on the Galaxy S10.

In our first zoom test on the Chrysler building a few blocks away, the Galaxy S20 captured a darker but sharper image than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. There is a little more noise in the iPhone shot.