Samsung Galaxy S20 is a line of smartphones designed, developed, marketed, and manufactured by Samsung Electronics as part of its Galaxy S series. They collectively serve as the successor to the Galaxy S10 and were unveiled at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event on 11 February 2020.
The S20 line comprises flagship Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ models differentiated primarily by screen size, and a larger camera-focused model, the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Key upgrades over the previous model, besides improved specifications, include a display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, an improved camera system supporting 8K video recording, and a super-resolution zoom of 30–100×, depending on the model.
The phone was released in the United States on 6 March and in Europe on 13 March. The Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra launch prices started at $999, $1199, and $1399.
It is the first smartphone lineup to receive USB fast-charger certification from the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF).
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is an Android-based foldable cell phone created by Samsung Electronics as a feature of the Samsung Galaxy Z arrangement. Its reality was first uncovered in a promotion during the 2020 Academy Awards. Disclosed nearby the Galaxy S20 on February 11, 2020, it was discharged on February 14, 2020. Dissimilar to the Galaxy Fold, the gadget creases vertically and uses a half-breed glass covering marked as “Infinity Flex Display”. It is accessible in three hues (Mirror Purple, Mirror Black, and Mirror Gold).