Every year, in February will be the month in which Samsung will lift the veil on its high-end...
2020-01-16 09:41:37
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Samsung Galaxy S20 in three variants, here's what we know

Standard, plus e ultra

Every year, in February will be the month in which Samsung will lift the veil on its high-end Android smartphone. Numerous rumors chase each other on the network now for a while 'and, as there is no official confirmation from the parent company, it is rather items from reliable sources.
Apparently, the S20 series should be marketed in three different variants. We will in fact a Samsung Galaxy Basic S20, S20 and a S20 Ultra. In all cases there will be 12GB of RAM in LPDDR5 format.
During the presentation, Samsung should also unveil its new folding smartphone, Galaxy Z Flip, in effect a second generation for its flexible screen terminals.
As mentioned in a previous article, the top of the range of 2020 should be characterized by the use of the display to 120 hertz. The Galaxy series S20 will be no exception, however, it will be present some bizarre limitation. The three smartphones will mount apparently an AMOLED panel with 2K resolution. The user will have to choose, however, whether to keep the content with resolution of 60 hertz, or if you get off to a Full HD and get the 120 hertz. According to reports in fact, the new phones will not support 2K and 120 hertz simultaneously.
It 'possible that Samsung wishes to use this solution to reduce energy consumption and to ensure a longer battery life. The user then finds himself having to choose between the reactivity of the touch and fluidity of the animations or visual quality with multimedia content.
entire line Samsung Galaxy S20 will support rapid charging 25W, already used in Galaxy Note 10+. Flip Galaxy Z will instead settle for the 15W charger.
Samsung is still continuing to work in the improvement of charging technologies. In the second half of 2020 should start marketing the first devices with support for 45W. Since we talk about a generic "late 2020", it is plausible that the Korean giant wants to use the new technology to accompany the launch of the next generation of Galaxy Note.