News & Reviews: Samsung Galaxy S20
Last Updated: Feb 11, 2020
It seems that the official trailer for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series might have been spotted on a Youtube channel called Sakitech, which showcases the official design and colours of the new series. Based on the video, we can see that the smaller Samsung Galaxy S20 comes with a triple camera setup while the Plus and Ultra variant has up to four image sensors.
Last Updated: Feb 13, 2020
You've waited long but now the suspense is over - the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra are out! In our other article on the Galaxy S20 series, we wrote about the official specs and expected pricing for the three new devices. All of them are expected to run on an Exynos 990 chipset and QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display, while other specs vary by model.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2020
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S20 series, consists of the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, as well as the Galaxy S20 Ultra which is the most expensive of the bunch. The S20 series comes with several new innovations and improvements as compared to its predecessor, the S10 series. In terms of the pricing, the S20 is priced from USD999(~RM4127) while the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra goes from USD1199(~RM4954) and USD1399(~RM5780) respectively.
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2020
As we get closer to the Samsung Unpacked event, more leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 series are becoming more apparent. In this latest news, @join_prosser, a leaker from Twitter has claimed that the US pricing for the Galaxy S0 series is revealed.
Last Updated: Feb 05, 2020
Every year, Samsung will release a different rendition of its classic ringtone ‘Over the Horizon’ for the launch of its Galaxy S series smartphones. The ringtone has been remade into various music categories including rock, pop and orchestra. This year, it is no different. Ahead of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung unveiled the acoustic-covered ringtone which was inspired by nature.
Last Updated: Feb 04, 2020
These days, it looks like smartphone manufacturers are all about speed. Many of them are competing with others to see who can release as many smartphones in a certain period. When the date of Samsung Galaxy S20 series being launched isn’t even here yet, the internet has already started to hype about the Galaxy Note 20 series. Just today, the famous tipster Ice Universe posted on Twitter saying that the Note 20 series will have a ‘more fine-tuned 120Hz refresh rate technology’.
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2020
A bunch of images regarding the Samsung Galaxy S20 series has been spotted on sammobile.com, showcasing what looks like the back of the smartphones. The devices that were shown in the image solidifies the rumour that there will be three variants, which includes the base model S20, S20 Plus as well as the S20 Ultra.
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020
With the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event happening on the 12 February 2020, you can register yourself on their official website to know more about any of the Samsung products that will be unveiled during the event. In terms of the products, we can expect to see the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, new Galaxy Buds+, Note 10 Lite and maybe a new Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch.
Last Updated: Jan 18, 2020
Recently, an image has recently been posted on mysmartprice.com which showcases the full technical specifications of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 5G series. Based on the image mentioned, it seems that the aforementioned smartphone series will come with up to a 6.9-inch 120hz Infinity-O AMOLED display as well as an Exynos 990 chipset.
More Samsung Galaxy S20 series leak - support up to 120Hz, up to 16GB RAM, no headphone jack and moreLast Updated: Jan 15, 2020
We are steadily picking up more Samsung Galaxy S20 series and in this latest one, XDA Developers have reported a few interesting things. According to reports, they confirmed that the Galaxy S20 Plus will be featuring a 120Hz display with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, and also the headphone jack will disappear. There is also some new Galaxy S20 Ultra info, but let's start with the former first.