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What is the difference between Samsung A and S series? | Do Samsung still make laptops? | Which Samsung Smart TV is best?


Top Samsung Price List 2021

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus HK$ 929.99 NewEgg
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G HK$ 1,657.99 NewEgg
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G HK$ 903.99 NewEgg
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Latest Samsung Phones in Hong Kong

Samsung Hong Kong 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 sized 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.

Samsung Galaxy S20

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. 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 and 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.

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. The Galaxy S20 is equipped with a 4,000mAh battery which is a nice boost from the 3,400mAh capacity on the S10. 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.

Samsung Galaxy S20+

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus has a 6.7-inch screen, which is quite a jump from its predecessor’s 6.4-inches. It’s an AMOLED screen, with a punch-hole camera aperture in the top-centre of the display. With a resolution of 3200x1440, Wide Quad High-Definition Plus (WQHD+), which is a step up from the 2K of the previous generation. You’re also getting a 120Hz refresh rate, which means the display updates the image you’re seeing 120 times per second, twice as fast and noticeably smoother.

For the camera, you’ll be getting a 12MP primary lens with an f/1.8 aperture; a 64MP telephoto with f/2.0 aperture capable of 3x optical zoom, a 12MP ultra-wide lens with f/2.2 aperture, and a VGA time-of-flight depth sensor, which will assist with live photos and other effects. At 4,500mAh, the Plus variant’s battery equals the capacity of the one inside last year’s Galaxy S10 5G. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus also includes a 25-watt fast charger, which should get the S20 Plus juiced back up relatively quickly.

Samsung Galaxy Ultra

In some ways, the Galaxy S20 Ultra looks a lot like Samsung phones that have preceded it- namely, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. The edges are curved, the display goes right up to the edge of the device, and there’s an Infinity-O hole-punch camera cutout up top. The Galaxy S20 Ultra features a massive 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 20:9 aspect ratio display. It’s a super smooth 120Hz panel. With a higher refresh rate, the screen is able to refresh content more dynamically. This results in smoother scrolling and animations. Fast-paced games also look much better because of the higher refresh rate.

This is where the Galaxy S20 Ultra really comes into its own element. The device gets a 108MP f/1.8 camera with OIS as its primary sensor. It’s coupled with a 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide and a new 48MP f/3.5 telephoto sensor with OIS. A Time-of-Flight sensor completes the rear camera setup. Samsung boasts 10x lossless zoom and 100x Space Zoom when both hybrid optic and digital zoom are combined. The camera setup is also capable of recording 8K videos at 30fps while the 40-megapixel front camera can record 4K video at 60fps.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Following the release of the Galaxy Fold last year, Samsung is now taking a different approach to foldables with the Galaxy Z Flip. Rather than create another phone and tablet 2-in-1 similar to the Fold, the Galaxy Z Flip takes the shape of a traditional smartphone that can be folded up to be extra portable. The Hideaway Hinge, as the brand calls it, has nylon fibres inside to prevent dirt and grime from finding its way in the hinge and under the display. The hinge also allows for Flex Mode, which lets you prop the display at a 90-degree angle. For example, the phone can be placed on a flat surface to take selfies or to make a hands-free video call.

The Galaxy Z Flip is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor. It’s the higher-clocked version of the Snapdragon 855 that Qualcomm launched last year. The chip has a faster “Prima Core” at 2.96GHz compared to the 855’s 2.84GHz. It’s paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. No other configurations are available and there’s no microSD slot. Powering the Z Flip are two separate batteries with a joint 3,300mAh capacity.

If you want to get your hands on these Galaxy handsets, check out Samsung store Hong Kong to grab one!

What is the difference between Samsung A and S series?

Samsung’s flagship models can be found in the S series. Here, you’ll find smartphones with a sleek, bezel-less design and a luxurious look. With excellent cameras, you can take beautiful photos and videos. The screen (usually Quad HD) displays video very clearly. Smartphones from the S series have so much computing power that they always run smoothly and respond quickly. In the high-end range, you do pay high prices for a new phone.

In the A series, you’ll find mid-range and budget devices. The higher the number after the A, the better the device is. The 2019 series runs from A10 to A80. The 2020 series always gets a number: the A51 is the successor of the A50. The devices up to and including the A20e are similar to the old J series. With every step up, the phone gets slightly larger and more powerful.

Do Samsung still make laptops?

When you think of Samsung, you probably think of phones and TVs first. The one gadget that may not spring to mind is a laptop, but the Korean manufacturer is making strides to change that. It offers a variety of Windows and Chrome OS options, many with S Pen support. Here are some of the best Samsung laptops around:

  • Samsung Galaxy Book Flex
  • Galaxy Book Ion
  • Galaxy Book S
  • Samsung Galaxy Chromebook
  • Chromebook 4 Plus
  • Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

Which Samsung Smart TV is best?

  • Samsung Q95T QLED TV
  • Samsung The Frame
  • Samsung Q80T QLED 4K TV
  • Samsung TU8000 4K TV
  • Samsung Q950TS 8K QLED
  • Samsung Q800T 8K QLED
  • Samsung Sero TV