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Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Roundup Impressive Cameras and Display

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Roundup

Samsung has announced its 2020 S series — the Galaxy S20 lineup, debuting a range of devices that include the S20 5G, the S20+ 5G, the S20 Ultra 5G, and the foldable Galaxy Z Flip.

The phones are scheduled to release in the first week of March, the first hands-on reports from various publications are out.

What are the first impressions of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip?

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Roundup Impressive Cameras and Display
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All of the Galaxy S20 lineup offer HDR10+ support along with 120Hz refresh rates, but using the 120Hz refresh rate requires bumping the resolution down to 1080p.

There are some unique camera features, especially in the Samsung S20 Ultra. It features a 12-megapixel ultra wide-angle camera, a 108-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 48-megapixel telephoto camera, and a impressive 10x lossless zoom feature that offers a total of 100x zoom on the S20 Ultra.

In terms of battery capacities, these high-end smartphones have 4,000 to 5,000mAh capacities, this is more than anything the iPhone has to offer at the current time

The Galaxy S20 has a price tag of $1,000, the S20+ is priced at $1,200, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra is priced at $1,400.

SamMobile’s Samsung Galaxy S20 Hands-On Roundup

What’s new this time around is that the panel has a 120Hz refresh rate. You notice it instantly, the smoothness in animations and the overall fluidity of the UI. It looks great and will definitely prove to be useful when playing fast-paced games. It does lock the resolution at FHD+ at 120Hz, though, so stick with the standard 60Hz if you want to take full advantage of the Quad HD+ resolution. The quality appeared to be exceptional which is what you’d expect from the AMOLED display of a Samsung flagship. There’s a centered punch hole at the top for the selfie camera, a welcome change from the rather odd positioning on the Galaxy S10.

One UI packs more awesome features.

The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ come with Android 10 out of the box with One UI 2.1. All of the features that you expect from One UI 2.0 are present on board. Samsung is introducing a couple of new features with the Galaxy S20 lineup. Quick Share is one of them. It lets you easily share files with up to five people in your vicinity at the same time.

Camera specs and features look impressive.

Samsung has backed up all of this hardware with some excellent new software features. Single Take is a new feature that takes the pain out of deciding whether you should grab a quick video of a moment you want to capture or just take a photo instead. The AI-powered feature uses all of the different cameras on the device to capture the scene in multiple ways. It will automatically capture the scene cropped, in Live Focus (bokeh) and ultra wide, take videos and even boomerangs of the scene. This is something that a lot of users are really going to like because it does work very well.

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Roundup
Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Roundup Impressive Cameras and Display
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung’s second foldable device, and is Samsung’s first foldable smartphone that uses a glass display, with Samsung adopting new ultra thin foldable glass technology.

The hinge feels sturdier than the hinge in the previous Galaxy Fold, and it’s a neat design because it can be set to multiple angles and used in “Flex Mode” while half folded. In this mode, the bottom half props up the top half for a hands-free mode that can be used for selfies.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is set to be priced at a whopping $1,380 for the Galaxy Z Flip, which is very expensive for what’s essentially a gimmick.

Diekola Yusuf
Diekola Yusuf
Founder & CEO of Novabach - Yusuf is a Tech enthusiast. Fascinated by Computers and all sorts of Technology. He writes news, updates, walkthroughs, guides, troubleshooting tips, and how-to tutorials on gadgets and consumer electronics.
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