Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus Launched.

Updated: Feb 24

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The Samsung Galaxy S20+ is powered by a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 chipset (region dependent, as usual). It comes with 5G connectivity (sub-6GHz and mmWave) by default, though some countries will receive 4G models.

The base configuration has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but there are options for more - 12GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. The microSD slot lives on, giving you the option to add cards up to 1TB.

The phone has a 4,500mAh battery and supports 25W wired charging (using the included power brick). It can also do fast wireless charging (15W) and act as a wired or wireless power bank for your other gadgets.

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ (with 5G connectivity) will cost €1,100/$1,199 for the base 8/128GB model. It will be available in Cloud Blue, Cosmic Gray and Cosmic Black.

Samsung Galaxy S20

With a 6.2” screen, it’s roughly the same size as its predecessor (slightly narrower and slightly taller, due to the 20:9 aspect ratio). Like the S20+, this screen has 120Hz refresh rate and 1440p+ resolution.

The 10MP selfie camera hasn’t changed much since the S10 generation, but the punch hole is smaller and is now centered. The S20+ has the same front camera (note: there’s no depth sensor on the front unlike the S10+).

Galaxy S20’s rear cameras uses the same 12MP main module, 8K-capable 64MP telephoto camera and 12MP ultrawide imager as the Plus model. The only difference is the lack of the DepthVision sensor.

Samsung went with in-display fingerprint readers of the ultrasonic variety for a second year.

The battery capacity on the Galaxy S20 is 4,000mAh and the phone supports 25W wired and 15W on the Galaxy S20+. It goes without saying that both S20 phones feature IP68 level of dust and water resistance.

Like the Plus model, the Galaxy S20 is powered by either a Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 chip, paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM. There’s only one storage option here, 128GB, but again you have a microSD slot if you need more. The phone will be available in Cosmic Cray, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 will start at €900(4G, 8/128GB), if you want the 5G model the price tag is €1,000/$999 . Note that the smaller S20 only supports the sub-6GHz flavor of 5G.

Pre-orders start today, the first S20 units will start shipping on March 13. If you pre-order, you're eligible for a free pair of Galaxy Buds+ (worth €170 on their own). Note that the 4G versions of the phones are available only in the base RAM/storage configuration.

For more details on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+, check out our hands-on.