This phone was released at the Galaxy Unpacked Hardware event that took place in San Francisco on Feb 11th and it’s the latest flagship device from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S20 price in Nigeria is around N345,000 – N355,000.
Instead of naming it “Samsung Galaxy s11”, Samsung went straight to name it S20 and this is not a new thing in the phone world as Huawei also did something similar with her own flagship phones, moving from the P10 series to the P20 series, so it’s not unusual for a name change. I can also vividly remember when Samsung has also missed a smartphone edition once as it moved from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in an attempt to keep the S-series and Note series in line. Besides these speculations of name changing, I think Samsung wants to start the new decade with 20 as its 10th anniversary of the S series.
In today’s review, We’ll put together all the information (Including price in Nigeria) on the latest Samsung Galaxy s20, which is a direct successor to the Galaxy s10 that was released last year.
The S20 series comes in three variants and is called the Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In this article, we’ll discuss the full specs, review, and price of Samsung Galaxy S20 in Nigeria.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Price In Nigeria
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Design & Display
Samsung Galaxy S20 features an AMOLED 6.2-inch display with a dual-curved side (Similar to Galaxy s10). Like in Galaxy s10, there’s an Infinity-O display, but this time around it is found in the center at the top edge of the display with the camera inserted in the display’s extremely small O-shaped cut-out so as to thin the bezels and provide the maximum quantity of screen. Like you certainly would expect, the bezels are becoming ever thinner. This Infinity-O cut-out allowed Samsung to achieve a tremendous screen-to-body ratio of 88%.
A major overhaul for the Galaxy S20 series display is likely the on-screen 120Hz refresh rate that would provide silkier performance than the 60Hz found in the S10 range.
Yes, the 3.5mm jack for the headphone is gone. You will, therefore, need to be conscious of these trade-offs.
One thing about the S20 display is that it is bigger than last year’s S10e (5.8-in). So this is a remarkable upgrade from S10e to S20 when it comes to displaying size. S20 packs a Dynamic AMOLED screen that’s 1440×3200 pixels, which is full HD+.
A fingerprint scanner is available on the screen that unlocks the device within milliseconds by simply touching the screen.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Camera
The 4 rear cameras are housed in a large bump at the top left of the phone’s back.
S20 comes with 4 cameras. 3 rear camera setup that includes a 12 MP Ultrawide, 12 MP main sensor, 64 MP Telephoto, and a single selfie camera (10MP f/2.2 aperture).
Apparently this camera can be used for 8 K video recordings, and the camera has the ability to ‘crop pixels’ that assist in zooming. We believe that this is in regard to the optical zoom, allowing you to get even closer to a 3x hybrid zoom.
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The primary cameras, as well as the telephoto camera, have optical image stabilization just like the one seen in Galaxy S10. There are a few AR added to the camera.
Depth vision camera is only available on S20 plus and S20 Ultra. So this means that S10+ and S10 Ultra will have 4 rear cameras. The Depth vision camera offers more Bokeh effect and has the ability to accurately separate a subject from its surroundings.
Performance & Battery
Depending on your location, Samsung Galaxy S20 will be driven by the Exynos 990 in the UK and other regions like Asia. If you’re in the US, you’re probably going to have the Snapdragon 865.
The device has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage that can be expanded with an sd card.
Samsung Galaxy S20 operates with OneUI operating system on Android 10 (Pie) and it is fueled with a 4,000mAh Li-Ion battery. The phone comes with a 45W charger which enables you to charge your S20 from 0 – 100% within an hour’s time.
Apart from the conventional quick charging, there’s a 15W wireless charging, and 4.5 wireless power share.
|Release Date||11th February 2020|
|Build||Glass + Aluminum frame|
|Dimensions||151.00 x 71.80 x 7.90|
|Display Size||6.2 inches FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED|
|Software||Android 10: OneUI|
|Chipset||Exynos 990 7nm|
|64MP + 12MP + 12MP|
|Network||2G, 3G, 4G, 5G|
|Connectivity||GSM, Radio, GPS, WiFi, BT, NFC|
|Sensors||In-Display Fingerprint Sensor|
Ambient light sensor
|Battery||-Non-removable Li-Ion 4,000 mAh|
-USB: USB Type C
-Fast battery charging: YES
-Wireless Charging: YES
-Power Share: YES
Samsung Galaxy S20 offers you a super silky performance and you will also get a refresh rate of 120Hz which is twice as fast as any typical phone screen. Apart from that, the S20 comes with a perfect and easy user experience that is powered by Android 10.
At this point in the evolution of the Galaxy S series, the s20 is monstrous when it comes to the camera and performance.