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Samsung recently released three new flagships under the Galaxy S lineup: the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. As a group, the three Galaxy S20 models cover a solid range of size and price point, with an incredible amount of consistency both carried over from last year’s phones and between the three models. It’s typical Samsung execution through and through, with big improvements in camera technology, even better screens, and some new 5G networking for good measure.
The Galaxy S20 has a 6.2-inch display and its max resolution remains the same as recent Samsung Galaxy S models at WQHD+ (3040x1440) with Dynamic AMOLED. Samsung is still offering a default resolution of Full HD+ (2220x1080) which is sharp enough for most tasks and saves battery.
Triple the Cameras, Triple the Fun
The key feature of the S20 range is the new rear-facing triple camera setup, which combines the following sensors:
- 12MP wide-angle camera
- 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera
- 64MP telephoto camera
Samsung’s telephoto game has improved dramatically from its behind-the-times sensor and 2X lens. With the larger sensor, it gives you crisp and bright low light photos, and it’s even brighter in Night Mode. The camera can capture multiple shots at once, merging them into one photo with less blur and noise. The secondary camera is now 64MP, which offers “lossless” 3X zoom and extends all the way to 30X. It offers a sharper resolution that keeps the clarity even when you crop images.
Take 8K Video and Edit on the Spot
Samsung revolutionized the solution for mobile, video- taking it from 4K all the way to 8K. That’s 4 times bigger than UHD and 16 times bigger than FHD, it’s now the highest-resolution video you can take on a smartphone. You can even pull crisp and clean 33MP stills right out of the 8K video. There’s also a sophisticated AI that stabilizes video like an action cam so your footages won’t turn out blurry and unstable.
Don’t have your laptop with you? Don’t worry, there’s an editing suite right on your phone. Make edits to multiple videos and photos, insert transitions or subtitles, change the speed, or merge photos and 4K videos together to make a highlight reel!
Better Battery Capacity
Samsung has equipped the Galaxy S20 with a 4,000mAh battery, a nice boost from the 3,400mAh capacity on the S10. The ‘Super Fast’ charging returns on the S20 line and you get a 25W charger in the box. It’s also compatible with wireless charging, up to 15W, and you can wireless charge other Qi-chargeable devices, like the Samsung Galaxy Buds and the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ on the back of the handset.
The rest of the internal specs include a 7nm chipset, 12GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage, with a microSD card slot for expanding that by up to 1TB.
When is the release date for the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Hong Kong?
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be released on the 6th March 2020 in Hong Kong. The entire Galaxy S20 series, along with the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra is available for pre-order from 12th February 2020 onwards.
What did Samsung remove from the S20 series?
The big loss this year is the headphone jack, which has been removed from all three Galaxy S20 models. This should come as a little surprise after the Note 10 series axed the port, but now none of Samsung’s latest-generation flagships has a 3.5mm headphone jack. Instead, you’re getting the same AKG headphones in the box as the Note 10, which truncate in a USB-C plug.
What is the price of Samsung Galaxy S20 in Hong Kong?
The price of the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Hong Kong is HK$6,640 for the 128GB model.
What are the colours you can get Samsung Galaxy S20 in?
There are four available colours including Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink, Cosmic Grey, and Cosmic Black. Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink is a soft pleasing pastel that stands out without being overbearing, with Cosmic Grey and Cosmic black existing for those that like to keep things as simple as possible.