Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Specification

Samsung has come with up there a new segment of Galaxy Lineup. The premium masterpiece of Samsung has been jumped by 10 Generation, after S10 the Samsung has directly launched the new S20 lineup for 2020. The S Galaxy lineup is the premium offering by Samsung that comes with all the flagship features that Samsung can bring to there audience. This time the company comes with the three smartphones that are Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, S20 and last one is a pro version that is S20 Pro. So, in this article, we are going to tell about S20 and S20+.

Display & Design

Both smartphones come with the punch-hole display of Dynamic AMOLED touchscreen. The S20 has a 6.2 inches screen while the S20+ has a bigger 6.7 inches screen. Both the display are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. There is around 1% screen to body ratio difference between the two as S20 bear 89.7% and S20+ has 90.8%. Samsung this time brings a higher refresh rate display for both the devices. We can experience 120 Hertz at Full Hd+ resolution while the normal 60 Hertz is set for Quad HD resolution.

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Design-wise, both come with the glass panel offering three colors. The glass back is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6 and comes with an IP68 rating that makes it water-resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 mins). Coming to the weight of the smartphones, S20 weighs around 163 while S20+ is litter heavier due to the bigger battery size. The sleekness of the smartphone will make you just love with the smartphone. Overall, the premium feeling never got less from Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy S20


Both Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 + powered by the Exynos 990 processor that builds on 7nm processing technology. It is an octa-core chipset having clock speed up to 2.73 GHz. We get a Mali G77 GPU on the smartphone. From a software point of view, we get the latest OneUI 2 based on Android 10. Performance-wise, Exynos 990 is a very powerful chipset with capabilities like 8k recording and other exciting stuff. No doubt, it gives you powerful gaming experience and seamless daily to ay life performance. We get to see only one variant of 8 GB latest LPPDR5 RAM and 128 GB USB 3.0 storage.


The camera is one of the exciting features that the new Galaxy lineup brought. We get to see an amazing optics combination.

Galaxy S20 comes with the triple rear camera setup while S20 Plus has a quad-camera setup. Both smartphones share the same specs for the first three-camera setup.  The primary one is a 12 Megapixel sensor of aperture f/1.8 and has OIS support. The second one is a 64 Megapixel sensor which is used as a telephoto lens of aperture f/2.0. The lens also stabilized by an OIS and produce 3X hybrid optical zoom.Samsung Galaxy S20+ The third one is a 12 Megapixel wide-angle lens of aperture f/2.2. On Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus we get to see the fourth ToF depth sensor of 0.3 Megapixel of aperture f/1.0. The punch selfie camera is a 10 Megapixel sensor of aperture f/2.2.

Galaxy S20 series comes with the 8k video recording support at 24 frames per second while the primitive 4k recording can be shoot at 60 frames per second. We get to see Super Steady Feature which makes the video more stabilized. We get to see many video recording features like stereo sound recording and HDR10 dual video recording.

Battery & Other Features

Samsung Galaxy S20 comes with a 4000 mAh battery and S20 Plus comes with a massive 4500 mAh battery. Both devices support 25W fast charging, and 15 W fast wireless charging. Also, you can use the smartphone has a power bank with reverse wireless charging. We get to see every sensor in the smartphone including an In-display fingerprint scanner which very fast & accurate. Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus also come with the support of Samsung DeX which benefits in providing the desktop experience.

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Himanshu Parashar

I am a tech blogger and digital marketing expert. I started Techistaan to share my technical knowledge and to connect people with technology.

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