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The powerful hardware inside the Samsung Galaxy S20

Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S20 smartphones, delivering a trio of sleek new devices with flagship hardware and features.

The new devices all boast overhauled camera systems, 5G connectivity, and improved display technology.

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra – the most powerful of the three devices – sports a massive 6.9-inch 3,200 x 1,440 OLED display and a cutting-edge camera system capable of 10x telephoto zoom.

All three devices support 5G network connectivity and are powered by Samsung’s powerful Exynos 990 chipset.

The Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra will be available in South Africa from 6 March 2020.

Visit the Samsung website to find out more about the new Galaxy S20 range.

The powerful new hardware packed into Samsung’s latest generation of flagship handsets is detailed below.


Galaxy S20 Ultra

The Galaxy S20 Ultra boasts a 108MP primary sensor, allowing for ultra-high resolution photos.

This high-end device also includes up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage (expandable by MicroSD), and a massive 5,000mAh battery.

A 40MP front-facing camera rests in the pinhole cutout on the front of the display, while an impressive quad-camera system is placed on the back of the chassis.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 108MP camera is supplemented by a 48MP telephoto sensor, 12MP ultra-wide camera, and DepthVision sensor for improved bokeh effects.

Galaxy S20 Ultra infographic


Galaxy S20+

Samsung’s Galaxy S20+ also boasts a quad-camera system on the back and has a 10MP sensor on the front.

Like all Galaxy S20 smartphones, it supports 5G connectivity and can be configured with 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage.

Its 6.7-inch AMOLED display has a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support.

Galaxy S20+ infographic


Galaxy S20

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 is the smallest of the three devices, but it packs the same powerful internals and impressive design.

It features a triple-lens rear camera system comprising telephoto, wide-angle, and ultra-wide sensors.

Its smaller 6.2-inch display is also an AMOLED panel with HDR10+ support and a 120Hz refresh rate.

Galaxy S20 infographic


This article was published in partnership with Samsung.

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The powerful hardware inside the Samsung Galaxy S20