Samsung Galaxy S20+ Review
- A beautiful and stunning display
- Camera quality is excellent
- Comes with 8K video recording
- UI is impressive
Samsung S20 comes in three variants i.e., Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. Being a middle model, it misses out the ultra features and have same features of S20 but bigger in size.
Which isn’t a bad thing – if you want a phone with big screen but not too expensive you can go for Samsung galaxy S20+. Here is the complete Samsung Galaxy S20+ review based on functions and specifications of the phone.
What's in the Box
Along with phone you get a 25 W charger that is USB Power Delivery compliant and a USB-C-to-C cable to go with it. A headset is also included and it too has a USB-C port.
- Samsung’s nailed the S20’s design neither too small nor too bulky.
- It is a more refined and less obtrusive design
- If you don’t mind the camera bump’s S20+ standing out
- Choice of four more colors for your S20+ – Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud White, and Aura Red
- It measures 161.9×73.7×7.8mm. The 7.8mm thickness barely makes a bulge in a pocket and makes for a really comfortable hold
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus’ 6.7-inch AMOLED display is sharp and vibrant.
- The small punch hole on phone makes the front of the phone look much cleaner and less obstructive.
- The in-display fingerprint sensor is slow on most occasions, and it also struggles to verify the print quite often.
- The display on the Galaxy S20+ supports HDR10+
- Three rear cameras, with an additional ToF depth sensor
- 12MP main + 12MP ultra-wide + 64MP telephoto (resulting in3x optical)
- The ultra-wide sensor doesn’t show any major signs of improvement
- The S20+ brings an interesting 8K video recording feature at 24fps
- The S20 Plus opts for a single front camera with a tiny cutout
- The Galaxy S20+ is powered by a 4,500mAh battery
- Charging the S20+ with the bundled 25W adapter takes 57 minutes from flat to full.
- The S20+ supports wireless charging, up to 15W with compatible chargers.
- It will also charge other devices itself – Samsung calls the feature Wireless PowerShare, and it works at up to 9 watts
- The performance is top-notch
- It does not overheat, but lately, it’s became hot after a few rounds of Call of Duty: Mobile or even PUBG Mobile.
- It handles everything without a problem when you bumped up to 1440p resolution or 120Hz refresh rate
- The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is running Android 10, the latest version of Android.
- Google’s gesture navigation from the Pixel line has been added to the Galaxy S20 line.
- The Samsung One UI 2.0 allows a high level of customization if you are particular about icon placements or redoing the quick settings.