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Samsung's Galaxy S20 5G Lineup: 10 Things To Know

Samsung's newest smartphone family includes three models—the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra--which offer an improved camera system and display along with 5G connectivity.

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Galaxy S20 And S20+

For the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung is once again increasing the display sizes. The base model Galaxy S20 will feature a 6.2-inch display, compared to the 6.1-inch screen on the predecessor Galaxy S10 model, while the Galaxy S20+ will get an even bigger display expansion to 6.7 inches from 6.4 inches on last year's model, the Galaxy S10+.

The Galaxy S20 and S20+ will sport an identical rear camera system, but it's also seeing some changes from the 2019 series. While the number of rear camera sensors will remain at three, the telephoto camera will now offer 64 megapixels for improved detail in images, compared to 12 megapixels last year. The wide-angle camera will offer 12 megapixels, the same as on the predecessor models, and the ultra-wide camera will come in at 12 megapixels as well—which is actually below the 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera from last year.

Notably, Samsung is not introducing a successor to last year's affordably priced Galaxy S10e, with the S20 serving as the entry-level (and not quite as affordably priced) model.

 
 
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