The latest lineup from Samsung is officially revealed, and it has devices such as the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip. The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. All the models are practically the successors of the S10 series – Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.
Of course, if we are talking about successors and the latest lineup, Samsung is coming with powerful smartphones and improved features. At the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event, we learned everything about the S20 series.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Lineup
The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup officially listed on the Samsung India website has the pre-registration open. We think that India will be the first country in which the lineup will launch, and it will happen quite soon. The models are coming with 5G support and 4G as well for India. Until the launch day, we have a comparison to make between the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S10 models.
The first things that we need to take a look at are the design and the display. The front of the S20 is similar to the S10 when it comes to the design. The size of the screen is 6.2 inches at the Galaxy S20 and 6.1 inches at the Galaxy S10. The bigger model is the Galaxy S20 Ultra, that has 6.9 inches. Besides this, the S20 screen sports a WQHD+ display and 3200×1440 resolutions. In comparison with the S10 that has a QHD+ display and 3040×1440 resolutions. The refresh rate of the S20 is 120Hx, while the predecessor has a 60Hz refresh rate.
The second thing that needs our observations is the back camera setup. The Galaxy S20 has a rectangular shape for the cameras in the top left corner. The Galaxy S10 has a horizontal camera setup at the top center. Plus that, we have glass on models, and aluminum frame, plus vibrant colors.
Because we talk about the camera design, you must know the capabilities of the camera setup. Both models are coming with triple-cameras on the back, which means the primary lens, the telephoto lens, and the ultra-wide-angle lens. The Galaxy S20 has 12 MP primary cameras, a 64MP telephoto lens, and a 12Mp ultra-wide-angle lens.
Samsung Galaxy S20 vs Samsung Galaxy S10
On the other hand, the Galaxy S10 has a 12MP primary camera, a 12MP telephoto camera, and 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens. Besides this, the S20’s telephoto camera is sporting a 30x digital zoom and a 3x optical zoom. Plus, in the latest lineup, you will have Live Focus, Live Focus Video, you can adjust the background and support for 8k video recording. The Galaxy S10 comes with 4k video recording.
Equally important is the battery life of the S20 who goes up to 4.000 mAh, while the S10 has only 3.400 mAh. The differences are available when it comes to fast charging, having the S20 with 25W and the S10 with 15W fast charging. The successor also has support for Wireless Charging and Wireless Power Share. Another critical aspect of the two phones is the hardware department.
When it comes to Galaxy S20, we have an Exynos 990 SoC for India, and Snapdragon 865 SoC for the U.S. the changes are happening in the RAM sector, having the S20 with 12GB of RAM and internal storage from 128GB to 256GB. The S10 sports an Exynos 9820 SoC in India, and a Snapdragon 855 SoC in the U.S. the 8GB of RAM are essential in comparison, but the internal storage is the same.
In the final analysis, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is better in terms of hardware, such as RAM, screen refresh rate, chipset, and battery. At the OS department, the S20 comes with Android 10, but the Galaxy S10 is upgradable from Android 9 to Android 10.
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