Samsung recently made additions to its Galaxy S Series with the launch of not one, but three premium smartphones. Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are definitely the next best thing in the smartphone market.
The combination of 5G technology, powerful artificial intelligence, and 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED display is enough to entice the world. However, with three premium options, comes a great level of confusion. How exactly Galaxy S20, S20+, and, S20 ultra differ from each other in terms of specs?
Well, you can refer to this table to get a straight answer to this question.
|Rear Camera||Triple Camera
|Display||6.2in AMOLED, QHD+ 120Hz||6.7in AMOLED, QHD+ 120Hz||6.9in AMOLED, QHD+ 120Hz|
|Dimension||151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9 mm; 163g||161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8 mm; 186g||166.9 x 76 x 8.8 mm; 220g|
|Colors||Cloud Pink, Cloud Blue, Cosmic Grey||Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey||Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black|
|Price||Starts at $999.99||Starts at $1,199.99||Starts at $1,399.99|
These were the only differences between Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.
Despite all the differences we’ve stated in the table, there are a lot of similarities between these three smartphones too. Like all of them support NFC and MST payment methods. Other than that, all three models feature fingerprint sensors and face recognition.
The major thing to note down is that the U.S. version of Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra comes with Snapdragon 865 processor. However, the global versions of the smartphone are equipped with Exynos 990.