Samsung galaxy S20 plus mobile review

Samsung galaxy S20 plus mobile review 

As in previous years, South Korean electronics maker Samsung has once again beaten direct rivals in launching a premium flagship with the Galaxy S20 series of three new devices. Marked as the beginning of a new decade for Samsung's premium devices, these smartphones - the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and the Galaxy S20 Ultra - focus on imaging, connectivity and software. The first two are the successors of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, respectively, the third is a new addition to the mix. The business has reviewed the standard Galaxy S20 Plus, which is priced at Rs 73,999. If this justifies its premium price tag, read on.

Design 

              


       Although a new decade smartphone for Samsung, the Galaxy S20 Plus has a familiar design that looks like the Samsung flagships we’ve seen before in other cases. It has a glass-metal build with gorilla glass protection on the front and back. Although minimal, the overall design of the phone looks premium. It is a big screen smartphone Contains a glass-metallic build. Although minimal, the overall design of the phone looks premium. It is a big screen smartphone that does not compromise with ergonomics. It is thin, compact and lightweight. And its overall form factor is such that it is not difficult for you to manage using one hand.

One of the most notable design changes compared to its predecessor is the rectangular rear-camera module of the Galaxy S20 Plus, placed in the upper-left corner. It urinates a bit from the body of the phone but is not enough to look annoying. This, however, makes the phone vibrate on a flat surface like table tops. The Galaxy S20 Plus has new buttons placed on the chassis - a dedicated Bixby key has been removed and the volume rocker keys have been moved to the right, above the power key, which has doubled as a Bixby key. The new button makes the phone easier to use.

Display

                

     
      The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus features a 6.7-inch punch-hole (Infinity-O) screen with a QHD + (3200 x 1440 pixels) resolution. The screen covers the entire front and leaves a negligible bezel around it; Even the most prominent bottom is a very narrow Samsung screen double-curved profile, which is the company's premium. Continued as usual on smartphones. However the curves of the Galaxy S20 Plus look subtle and almost flat from the front. Extended curves improve the accessibility of the screen by making it less prone to accidental touches.

 Dynamic AMOLED 2X, the screen supports 120Hz refresh rate and HDR 10+. While improving the refresh rate experience by making the user interface conversions smoother and responsive, it's only in a full HD + resolution Is driven. Furthermore, not all apps and games support extended refresh rates and the screen dynamically switches to the conventional 60Hz. This isn't limited to the Galaxy S20 Plus - most phones with increased screen refresh rates (affordable or premium) suffer from it and developers of apps and games will continue to do so without adding support for increased screen refresh rates on their products.





Imaging


             






             Imaging has always been a strong area for Galaxy S-Series smartphones, and the Galaxy S20 Plus carries that legacy forward. The rear camera module of the Galaxy S20 Plus has received a great boost in terms of features, optics and capabilities. The phone supports a quad-camera module - a 12-megapixel primary sensor with an F1.8 aperture, an F / 2.2 and a 120-degree field-of-view (FOV)
12MP ultra-wide sensor, a 64MP telephoto lens with an f / 2.0 aperture and a depth sensor. On the front, the phone has a 10MP sensor with an f / 2.2 aperture. Camera sample: wide angle Camera Sample: Preliminary Camera sample: 3x zoom Camera sample: 30x zoom Technical details aside, back.

And the front camera module is a unit capable of both regardless of lighting conditions and scene settings. It takes detailed shots with great dynamic range, decent highlights and shadow descriptions and a minimal sound. The ultra-wide sensor is a huge improvement compared to its predecessor. This is just as great as the primary autofocus sensor for detailed capture. It is at the edges of the frame. The distortions manage to flatten and make the output linear. These lenses are capable of going up to 0.5x for close-up shots, which only look good in daylight conditions. The telephoto lens, a major improvement, enables 3x optical zoom and digital zoom up to 30x - the first of its kind on Samsung smartphones. Images zoomed in at 3x look decent and display a limited amount of sound, captures at 30x are soft and viewed without details. Looks decent and displays a limited sound, holdings at 30x are soft and can be seen for lack of detail. In fact, capturing anything outside of 3x zoom shows some quality degradation.

Sample of Mera: Night mode Camera sample: Night mode (moving object) Camera sample: HDR Camera Sample: Ultra-Wide (HDR) To use all the available optics and their value-added features at once, Samsung has added a new mode called ‘Single Tech’. In this mode, the camera captures frames in multiple formats and displays them in one place. You can select the best shot, and delete the rest, keep them all or delete all.


In addition to exceptional photography, the rear camera module is also a capable unit for videography. Like other S-20 series smartphones, the Galaxy S20 Plus 8K supports video recording. However, not all camera features are standard - for example, autofocus and tracking video effects are supported in this resolution. However, it is a good addition to the mix. Additionally, the phone's ability to remove 33MP images from 8K recorded footage is a welcome addition.

The selfie camera is also a good performer. Although it lacks a secondary camera, it manages to handle decent portraits with sufficient background opacity. It supports night mode for low light selfies, which looks good.

Performance


                      






        Camera Sample: Dynamic range Camera Sample: Dynamic range Performance Both software and hardware are equally important for the overall performance of a phone. Thanks, the Galaxy S20 Plus is both big. Powered by Exynos 990 system-on-chip 8GB RAM, the phone is a continuous performer that handles most tasks simply - processor or graphically-intensive. The hardware complement is based on the Android 10 operating system Samsung's updated OneUI 2.0 user interface is one of the best custom skins for smartphones. The UI is fun to look at and easy to manage. Its main functional components, such as notification area, settings menu, dialer, etc., are designed to handle one-handed activity. The UI supports a system-wide dark mode, which goes well with dynamic AMOLED screens, capable of rendering true blacks.

With performance and user experience at the top, the phone's 128GB of internal storage seems to be the norm - its 8K video recording capability consumes storage space very quickly. Even if the phone had a dedicated microSD slot for storage expansion, a more built-in storage variant or 256GB would be better as a base-in variant.



Battery

                         
                                              

         The Galaxy S20 Plus works almost a day in regular use with a screen set at full HD + resolution (120Hz). Left the resolution up to QHD + and the battery takes time to battery on (but it goes through in a day). For medium to heavy use, expect 9-11 hours of operation on a full charge.


The phone comes bundled with a 25W fast charger that fills the battery from zero to 100 percent in less than two hours. The phone           supports fast wireless charging, and in contrast there is a provision for wireless charging, which allows the phone to charge other devices wirelessly.

Judgment

                     


At Rs 73,999, the Galaxy S20 Plus is priced exactly the same as the previous Galaxy S10 Plus. By bringing several major upgrades and keeping the price unchanged, Samsung has made the Galaxy 20 Plus a decent premium smartphone. The phone does not cut any corners. It has a premium build, enhanced refresh rate, versatile camera, top-notch performance and There are sharp screens with battery time satisfaction. In addition, it supports IP68 rating, AKG tuned dual stereo speakers and a fast wireless charging support for dust and water resistance. There seems to be almost nothing left out of this nutritious package. .. S20 Plus 8K Video (T) Performance of Galaxy S20 Plus (T) Galaxy S20 Plus.

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