The Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra are Samsung's latest trio of flagship phones for 2020. Announced at the company's Unpacked event held in San Francisco, all three phones share 5G connectivity and a display with a higher, 120Hz refresh rate. Pre-orders for the phone begin Feb. 21 through March 5 and you can see them in stores March 6.
The 6.2-inch Galaxy S20 (seen here) is the smallest of the bunch, followed by the the S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra, which has a 6.9-inch display.
The S20's AMOLED displays have vibrant and deep colors, and the 120Hz refresh rate makes things like scrolling look really smooth.
Samsung also updated the phones cameras with all new and larger sensors. The company claims that it made the biggest changes to the Galaxy cameras since S7 in 2016.
The Galaxy S20 measures 2.72 x 5.97 x 0.311 inches (69.1 x 151.7 x 7.9 mm) and weighs 5.75 ounces (or 163g).
The phone runs Android 10 out of the box and has Samsung's second generation of its One UI layered on top.
The S20 hsa a 12-megapixel wide-angle, 64-megapixel telephoto and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera.
On the front is a 10-megapixel camera too.
General camera features include better stabilization and night mode for low-light photos, 8K video recording and a new mode called Single Take.
The phone includes 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It also has a 4,000mAh battery, a 65-bit octa-core processors and in-screen fingerprint sensor.
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Since they are part of Samsung's marquee line, the new Galaxy S20 phones are expensive. The S20 starts at a $999 and it goes upward from there with the Ultra starting at $1,400 dollars.