Samsung Galaxy S20 Series – Ultra Thin and Light
The S20 series is the flagship phone from Samsung. The S20+ and S20Ultra have a lot in common. They are both part of the Galaxy S series, and both feature large screens, high-resolution photos, and great video capture. All three models also have USB fast charging, and microSD card slots. Moreover, they are thin and light, weighing only 163 grams.
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The new lineup of Galaxy smartphones offers storage that rivals most laptops. The Galaxy S20+ feature storage of up to 1.5TB, depending on the model. MicroSD cards are also available separately, but the actual storage capacity of the device depends on the software pre-installed and the carrier. The Note 10 Plus has three storage options – 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
The S22 Ultra comes with a stylus that enables users to take notes while the screen is off, sketch, mark up documents, and translate text. The S Pen also lets users control the camera and perform other tasks. The S22 Ultra is more powerful and comes with a bigger screen, but it does not have a microSD card slot.
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The Samsung Galaxy S20+ are both excellent smartphones. However, the S20+ comes with a larger battery (up to 4,000mAh) than its predecessor. This means that if you want to keep your files and multimedia on your phone, you’ll have to spend a little extra cash on a microSD card. Unlike the Note10+, the S20+ does not come with a removable battery.
The Galaxy S20 family offers a Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O display. The S20 features a 6.2-inch display with 543ppi, while the S20+ boasts a 6.7-inch screen with 526ppi. The S20 Ultra is even larger, topping out at a 6.9-inch screen. The S20+ and Note 10+ both use an Infinity-O display.
The Samsung Galaxy S20+ have a surprisingly high amount of on-board memory. The former has a massive 128GB of storage, while the latter has a smaller one at 256GB. But both smartphones offer the same amount of storage on the external SD card. Both devices feature a fingerprint sensor embedded into the screen. The Note 10 also has a fingerprint sensor built into its display, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra tops that out with a 6.9-inch screen.
In terms of performance, both smartphones are powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor. The S21 Ultra comes with a ginormous camera bump, but is easier on the eyes than the S20. Both smartphones come with an IP68-certified glass and metal build. Both devices support wireless charging and Wireless PowerShare, while the S21 Ultra has better color options.