After countless leaks here and there, Samsung’s next-generation flagship series of phones are now official. Meet the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of phones!
The devices follow last year’s Note10 series with punched-hole displays to accommodate the front camera. These also sport the latest Samsung Exynos 990 chipset, up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of internal storage.
There are three models this year like in 2019, but the base model now starts with the S20 itself. A new high-end S20 Ultra features unprecedented hardware for a Samsung phone, including the ability to connect to 5G networks with ease.
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Perhaps the most noticeable change this year is the implementation of its rear cameras. Each S20 model now has at least three at the back of the device, with the S20 Ultra having a whopping 108-megapixel Samsung camera. They also boast of Space Zoom, which enables the user to digitally zoom by up to 100 times without much distortion.
Each phone also receive significant battery upgrades, from 4000mAh in the S20 to the 5000mAh in the S20 Ultra. They also feature up to 45W fast charging, as well as reverse wireless charging they call Wireless Powershare.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be available in the country starting March 6th with the following price points: Php49,990 for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Php55,990 for the Samsung Galaxy S20+, and Php69,990 for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. A separate Athletes-exclusive Galaxy S20+ 5G variant, in a golden finish, will be released later this year as part of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics festivities.