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Full Review On Samsung Galaxy S20 5G

Full Review On Samsung Galaxy S20 5G
HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Released Date - March 6, 2020
  • Weight & Thickness - 163g,  7.99mm
  • OS Version - Android 10(Q); One UI 2
  • Network - 5G/4G
  • Storage & RAM - 128GB (Upgradable - 1TB), 8GB/12GB
  • Display Size & Resolution - 6.2 , 1440x3200
  • Camera - Rear cameras: 12MP wide, 12MP ultra-wide, 64MP telephoto / Front cameras: 10MP
  • Chipset - Exynos 990 / Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865
  • Battery Capacity - 4000mAh (Li-Po)


Samsung's recent upgrade to its 2020 smartphones is quite impressive, especially on the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G. The Galaxy S20 is cheaper and easier to hold than it's S20 counterpart. It's is also one of the best phones if you are thinking to upgrade to 5G technology. It comes with a whopping 6.2-inch screen and a resolution of 1440x3200 and a fast refresh rate of about 120Hz. The 5G feature average 200Mbps, but it might not be available or as fats in your location. Samsung gives an option on the Galaxy S20, you can pick between 4G or 5G. It is also rumored that the 5G spec is only available in the US.

It comes with a large battery capacity, 4000mAh. It could last you a whole day of moderate usage. It also comes with a whopping storage capacity of 128GB which is upgradable using a micoSD card as well as the triple-lens back camera which consists of the main sensor, depth sensor, and the ultra-wide sensor. The RAM isn't bad either, it comes with an 8GB RAM or 12GB depending on your choice.  It still lacks some top-notch features the Galaxy 5G Ultra is showing off.




Release Date & Price
The Samsung Galaxy S20 5G was released 6th of March 2020. Depending on your location, $1000 which is approximately N400,000 which comes with different color options; Cloud Blue, Cosmic Gray, Cloud Pink, Cloud White, and Aura Red.

Design & Display
Large Resolution
Improved Sensitivity & Refresh Rate
The Samsung  S20 5G comes with a premium gradient design, with a 6.2-inch display and a resolution of 1440x3200. The display size is just 0.1-inch bigger than that of Galaxy S10. Furthermore, Samsung still offers the default Full HD+ resolution of 2220x1080 which is sharper and saves battery life. It can be enabled by in your Settings. It also comes with a maximum 120Hz refresh-rate display, which allows more immersive experience for Gamers and Movie freaks and smooth scroll on your Social Media feeds.

The Touch-sensitivity improved to 240Hz from 120Hz for the better gaming experience. S20 5G also comes with Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display with an aspect ratio of 20:9 and Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The Galaxy S20 is made up of two pieces of glass covering an aluminum frame. There’s still a curve to the right and left edges of the screen, but it’s not as obvious as, on the S10, it does not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack; meaning you will have to use Galaxy Buds or Galaxy Buds Plus.

Full Review On Samsung Galaxy S20 5G




Camera 
Better Zoom Lens
8K Video Recording
Galaxy S20 comes with a 12MP primary sensor with f/1.8 aperture, 64MP telephoto sensor with f/2.0 aperture, and 12MP ultrawide sensor with f/2.2 aperture. The primary sensor is about 1.65x bigger than that of his previous counterpart, which changes to suit the lighting condition and pull more light for improved low-light shots. the improved microns from 1.4-1.8 also help to capture more detailed shots. Selfies and video calling comes with a front camera of 10 MP which may sound disappointing at first but with the 4K video quality, the sensor will be part of the deal sealer.
The 3x lossless zoom is one of the best on any smartphone recently, the 30x digital zoom might be necessary sometimes which we found great during our test. During our test, we found out that shots taken on automatic mode seem more vibrant and detailed. It also comes with a jaw-breaking 8K video recording and anti-roll correction of up to 60 degrees as part of Samsung’s Super Steady stabilization feature. Note that the Advanced stabilization feature cannot be used with Galaxy S20 1080p.


Interface & Performance
Android 10; One UI 2
Quick Interface
The Galaxy S20 is powered by one of two different chipsets depending on your location. In the US you get Qualcomm’s top-end Snapdragon 865 chipset, which in other countries you are only provided with the Exynos 990. The Exynos 990-powered chipset comes with an outstanding performance which is very quick while loading & playing games. The Snapdragon 865 chipset is also not any different from the Exynos 990.

The Galaxy S20 is running Android 10, the latest and greatest version of Google’s operating system and Samsung's One UI OS, the design and interface are quick and easy to use. Samsung includes a lot of its own apps on the device, but if you don’t want these on your phone you can delete most of them and stick with Google’s own pre-loaded apps.




Storage
8GB/12GB RAM 
Expandable Storage
The inbuilt storage on the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G is 128GB with a huge RAM of 12GB. There is a slot on the inside which gives you the option to expand the memory up to 1TB. It comes with an option of 8GB or 12GB RAM depending on your budget. The storage capacity is enough to store bulk of apps, videos, audios, and documents. Smartphone users that like downloading a lot should keep eye on the storage.


Battery Life
4,000mAh
Fast Charging
Samsung Galaxy S20 comes with a battery capacity of 4000mAh, which is quite larger than its predecessor S10. Apart from the 5G super-fast internet technology, there isn't any hindrance to the battery capacity. The S20 has a solid battery life which still has 20% left under fairly heavy use. The fast-charging comes with 25W, this feature works perfectly, using the precise charger it hits 100% within an hour mark.

Full Review On Samsung Galaxy S20 5G




Verdict
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G comes with a fast internet technology that averages 200Mbps which is impressive. The display and design are top-notch with color options. The camera quality is top-notch and performs well under low light, it also comes with a jaw-breaking 8K video recording feature. The Selfie mode and Video Calls were disappointing, thanks to the 4K feature who saved the day. The battery capacity is also a go, same goes with the RAM & storage capacity. If you wish to get a 5G phone with jaw-breaking features you can give a try to the Galaxy S20!

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