Comparing Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 versus the Ultra and Plus models, to see which 2020 flagship phone is best for you. Here’s how they stack up for specs, camera tech, design, performance, 5G smarts and all the other important stuff.
At Galaxy Unpacked, Samsung showed off its latest trio of smartphones. The 6.2-inch S20 is considerably more compact than its siblings but still packs most of the S20+ smarts, including a 64MP telephoto camera lens with 30x Space Zoom and 8K video recording. That said, the Ultra is the real boss with its 108MP primary camera and 100x Space Zoom.
All three Galaxy S20 handsets boast Dynamic AMOLED screens with 120Hz refresh rate, although the headphone jack has been culled. You get Samsung’s One UI launcher version 2.0 on top of Android 10, complete with the best features like Dark Mode and gesture navigation.
All three are almost tied for performance, with the same Exynos chipset on board – although the Plus and Ultra boast more RAM. The S20+ and Ultra also have bigger batteries, while all three support wireless charging.
So are you tempted by any of these new Samsung flagships? Hopefully this comparison has helped and check back for my full review.