samsung
Reviews,  Tech

Review Of Samsung S20

The Samsung Galaxy S20 isn’t the front line of Samsung’s S20 because we still got S20+ but it’s still a powerful phone with an ergonomic and attractive design, and the introduction of new features like 5G, the 120Hz display, and upgraded rear cameras make it an outstanding handset in its own right. With a long-lasting battery, super-smooth display and a premium build, the S20 is still one of the best Android phones around.

The Amazing Facts about the phone

  • A truly fantastic display
  • Strong camera performance
  • Lots of power and 5G-ready

The Major flaws That Need Change

  • Price is higher, especially because of the 5G
  • An erratic and slow fingerprint scanner
  • Doesn’t support all 5G networks
  • Nutty camera autofocus

Here are The Features of Samsung S20

Body: 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9 mm, 163g; curved Gorilla Glass 6 front and back, metal frame; IP68 rating; Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink, Cloud White, Aura Red color schemes.

Screen: 6.2″ Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 1440x3200px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 563ppi; 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sensing; HDR10+ support.

Chipset (market dependent): Exynos 990 (7nm+): Octa-core (2×2.73 GHz Mongoose M5 & 2×2.50 GHz Cortex-A76 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55); Mali-G77 MP11. Snapdragon 865 (7nm+): Octa-core CPU (1×2.84 GHz Kryo 585 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 585); Adreno 640 GPU.

Memory: 8GB RAM, 128GB built-in UFS 3.0 storage, shared microSD slot.

OS/Software: Android 10, One UI 2.1.

Rear camera: Wide (main): 12MP, 1/1.76″ sensor, 1.8µm pixel size, 26mm equiv., f/1.8 aperture, PDAF, OIS. Telephoto: 64MP, 1/1.72″, 0.8µm, f/2.0, PDAF, OIS, 3x hybrid optical zoom. Ultra wide angle: 12MP, 1/2.6″, 1.4µm, f/2.2, fixed focus.

Front camera: 10 MP, f/2.2, 26mm (wide), 1/3.2″, 1.22µm, Dual Pixel PDAF.

Video recording: Rear camera: 8K 4320p@24fps, 4K 2160p@30/60fps, FullHD 1080p@30/60/240fps, 720p@960fps. Front camera: 4K 2160p@30/60fps, FullHD 1080p@30/60fps.

Battery: 4,000mAh, 25W fast charging support over Power Delivery 3.0 (25W charger supplied in the box).

Misc: Fast Qi/PMA wireless charging 15W; Power bank/Reverse wireless charging 9W; Ultra-sonic under-display fingerprint reader; NFC; FM radio (USA & Canada only);

Stereo loudspeakers; Samsung DeX support (desktop experience).

Consider A Samsung S20 If :

You want your first 5G phone

The 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S20 is the perfect phone for anyone who wants to be in the future in terms of connectivity. It’s not something that is so necessary for most users right now, but it’s something you’re likely to be thankful as 5G networks become trending. 

You Want an Easy-to-use Flagship Phone

You’ll often find that more power in a smartphone means a larger device, but that isn’t the case with the Galaxy S20, which we found comfortable to handle. Not everyone will be capable of using this phone with one hand, but it’s the closest you’ll get on a flagship Samsung phone. 

You want a Top-End Camera, But You Don’t Need 100X Zoom 

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a couple of show-stopping features in the shape of its 108MP main camera and 100x zoom, but you shouldn’t turn your nose up at the rear cameras on the Galaxy S20. The auto mode works fantastically, and we got some truly impressive shots from the phone. 

Don’t Consider A Samsung s20 Phone If:

You’re on a Budget

you’ll be paying more for the Samsung Galaxy S20 than for last year’s Galaxy S10. This is an expensive device, is not for children  ma lo ra.

You Want a Big Upgrade From The Samsung S10

If you own last year’s Samsung S10 phone it’s unlikely you’ll be blown away by the improvements; this is a handset that’s more likely to tempt those new to Samsung devices, but for real Samsung phone users who upgraded to the Samsung s10 last year then the improvement won’t be impressive to you.

You Want a 3.5mm Headphone Jack 

It finally happened: this is the first Samsung Galaxy S handset that doesn’t come with a 3.5mm headphone jack. If you’re a music lover who doesn’t care about the headphone jack for a connector that will play nice with your wired headphones, this won’t be the device for you. There are other options though but at times you can forget your headphone and all you got is 3.5mm headphone jack omo you are on a joonzing world ooo

One Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *