Latest Android Tech – The Samsung Galaxy S20

Samsung has been knocking it out of the park with its Galaxy range. From the lightweight design of the S8 to the extremely high-definition pictures that the Note 10+’s camera takes, this cellphone manufacturer is definitely on a winning streak. And their S20 definitely scores another home run.

5G Enabled

5G mobile technology is the latest version of mobile connectivity to sweep the world by storm. According to Qualcomm, 5G delivers higher peak data speeds, extremely low latency, increased reliability and availability, huge network capacity as well as a more consistent user experience.

This network has not been rolled out to many countries around the world, although talks are in progress for the worldwide adoption of 5G. The Samsung Galaxy S20 supports 5G where this network is available and, where it isn’t, the phone will tap into the best mobile network that is available, be it 4G or something similar.

The Best-Of-The-Best In Cameras

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Range comes standard with a pro-grade camera:

  • The front camera is 40MP.
  • On the back of the phone, there are four cameras:
  • A 12MP ultra-wide camera
  • A 108MP wide-angle camera
  • A 48MP telephoto camera
  • A depth vision camera

This combination of technology, which is comparable to any DSLR camera, will give you the best resolution for any pictures that you take.

It boasts an 8K video with a 30x Space zoom. The camera’s zoom function allows you to zoom closer than you ever had before and is powered by a 10x Hybrid Optic Zoom as well as a Super-Resolution Zoom.

An Immersive Experience

There’s no need to pay massive amounts of money for a TV or going to the movies (only if you want to!) if you have a Samsung Galaxy S20. This phone has an HDR10+ certified infinity-O display which offers an immersive experience and limited interruptions – from distractions such as phone calls or instant messaging alerts – when you’re watching your favourite shows.

If you’re a gamer or an avid watcher of social media, then you’ll be pleased to know that Samsung, on their S20, has increased their refresh rate so that your gaming and scrolling is uninterrupted.

Keeping An Eye Out For You

According to WebMD, blue light – which is emitted from electronic devices – is one of the leading causes of sleep disturbances such as insomnia. To safeguard their users against this, in their S20 range, Samsung has installed an eye care display which reduces blue light emissions without sacrificing the quality of the phone’s display.

The Samsung S20 has a maximum battery life of between 11 and 12 hours, so if you’re a heavy phone user, you may want to keep a charged battery pack with you so that if you do see that your phone is losing power, you can quickly top it up. However, to get the best charge, it’s best to use a Samsung battery pack.

So, if you’re in the market for a terrific phone which has a great user experience and phenomenal battery capabilities, then the Samsung S20 is for you!