Samsung launched it’s much awaited 2020 flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. All the three variants are 5G-capable, 120Hz refresh rate display, but feature different processors which vary with the markets. The global variant has the Exynos 990 while the US variant has the Snapdragon 865. Both of them are built on 7nm fabrication process and support 5G.
All the three variants have a 120Hz refresh rate OLED panel with punch-hole cameras, placed at the top center of the screen. The size of the punch-hole has drastically been reduced from previous generations.
The screen has 1440 x 3200 pixels (2K screen), supports HDR 10+, dynamic refresh rate for saving battery and 20:9 display which is very wide ratio for watching movies and other contents. The Galaxy S20 has a 6.2-inch display, while the Galaxy S20+ has a 6.7-inch display and the largest of all, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch screen.
The 108 MP camera sensor is present only in the top-variant Galaxy S20 Ultra. It also has the capacity of 10x hybrid optical zoom and 100x digital zoom through the 48 MP Periscope camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup has minimum 12GB of RAM with maximum RAM of Capacity 16 GB only for Galaxy S20 Ultra. The entry level Galaxy S20 5G has only one storage variant of 12GB/256GB at $1000. The price of all the variants range between $1000 to $1600.
The battery capacity of Galaxy S20 is 4000mAh, while Galaxy S20+ is 4500mAh and Galaxy S20 Ultra is 5000mAh which correspond well with the screen sizes.