Revealed to the world last week, Samsung pointed out that the Galaxy S20 series marked the beginning of a new decade for the Galaxy S series. At the same time, the company is not hiding the fact that it has put a lot of focus on the photography capabilities of the new flagship series.
Leading the 2020 class of the Galaxy S series is the Galaxy S20 Ultra which offers a 108MP quad camera setup on its back which includes hybrid zoom capability (or Space Zoom, as called by Samsung) of up to 100x hybrid zoom. The phone also carries a battery with largest capacity ever for a Galaxy S device at 5000mAh alongside 6.9-inch display, 12GB RAM, and 5G support as a standard.
Next in the line is the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 which shared the same 12MP Dual Pixel main camera as well as 12MP ultra wide-angle, 64MP PDAF telephoto cameras, and 30x Space Zoom feature. However, the Plus model also comes with a DepthVision camera just like the Ultra.
Both models also have different screen size as the Galaxy S20+ offer more visual space at 6.7-inch as compared to the standard Galaxy S20 model which has 6.2-inch screen. The Plus model also has a larger 4500mAh battery as opposed to the 4000mAh battery on a standard Galaxy S20 although both models still feature 8GB of RAM.
At the same time, the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra in Malaysia are running on Samsung’s own Exynos 990 processor and also comes standard with Quad HD+ display panel with 120Hz refresh rate as well as 128GB internal storage. Available for pre-order immediately ahead of their release this March, these new flagships from Samsung are priced at RM 3599, RM 3999, and RM 4999 respectively.