Samsung has unpacked a trio of new powerful Android phones in the form of the Galaxy S20 series with the aim of changing the way you experience the world.
The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra have all been built with robust camera systems, hi-res 120Hz displays, and high-speed wireless connectivity that should cement their status as this year’s flagship models to beat.
Now you’re just showing off: Galaxy S20 Ultra
Imagine carrying a pocket computer with a nearly 7-inch AMOLED screen, 40MP auto-focus selfie cam, 12GB RAM, 5000mAh battery, Super Fast 45W charging, IP68 water- and dust-resistance, 5G connectivity, and a 108MP rear camera with 100x Super Zoom that can reach all the way up to the moon.
There’s actually absolutely no need to imagine because it’s real, and it’s here. It’s the Galaxy S20 Ultra. And it’s essentially Samsung showing off.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is the flagship of this year’s flagships, and its billed as 5G-ready and fully capable of connecting to any working 5G networks as soon as they launch locally. With that being said, it’s a pretty impressive camera, internet browser, and pocket computer all rolled into one.
The new hotnesses: Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+
This year’s “normal” Galaxy S series flagship models are the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+. They’ve got relatively smaller screens, slightly less impressive cameras, less memory, smaller batteries, and fewer standout features — when compared with the monster that is the Galaxy S20 Ultra. But they’ve got to be some kind of mouth-watering for mobile geeks, we’ve got to admit.
Both of these phones have 64MP main cameras, feature Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2.0 displays, come with 8GB RAM as standard, offer IP68 water- and dust-resistance, 30x zoom capabilities, 120Hz displays, and a lot more — things like One UI 2, Knox, you know, Samsung’s standard fare.
Galaxy S20 series availability
According to our local sources, the Galaxy S20 series will be available in the Philippines starting on March 6. They will be released in various so-called classic colors through a number of Samsung’s own and third-party retail partners.
The Galaxy S20 will be released through Globe, Smart, and online partners in either Cosmic Grey and Cloud Pink.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20+ will be available in three different colors: Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black, and Cloud Blue which will be a pre-order exclusive.
Finally, the Galaxy S20 Ultra will be sold in either Cosmic Grey and Cosmic Black.
Local pricing details for the Galaxy S20 series in the Philippines have yet to be announced so check back here for updates.