Samsung Galaxy S20 Finally Officially Launched

Samsung Galaxy S20 finally officially launched. For those who follow the development of Samsung smartphones, the naming of S20 is beyond fairness. The nomenclature, as the successor to the Galaxy S10, typically Samsung used the name Galaxy S11 in this latest flagship series. So, what’s the reason Samsung chooses the Galaxy S20 naming?

Samsung Galaxy S20

Galaxy S20 wants to be Samsung as a milestone for the new decade. This smartphone marks a 10-year innovation since the first Galaxy smartphone phones were released on March 2010.

This is a great opportunity for Samsung, to provide a new mobile experience, which is why the South Korean mobile phone vendor renamed the Galaxy S series.

“The selection of the Galaxy name S20 I think is not solely the brand marketing factor, but because of the many springboard technologies on the Galaxy S20,” said Denny Galant, Head of Product Marketing IT & Samsung Mobile Electronics.

According to Denny’s, the stepping technology on the Samsung Galaxy S20 was not merely taking a comparison of the previous Galaxy S10, but also the smartphone industry standard today.

The stepping technology was made with the spirit of providing a new experience, as it features Samsung’s included in the Galaxy S20 was very meaningful compared to the previous version, the Galaxy S10.

Like the screen with a thinner bezel, so that more screens to interact, new camera housing on the back of the phone, as well as powerful camera features such as a 30x zoom (S20 and S20 Plus) and 100x (S20 Ultra).

There is also a support screen refresh rate of 120 Hz (default mode 60 Hz) as well as the screen input sensitivity claimed to reach 240 Hz to meet the needs of gaming.

In terms of hardware, Samsung immersed the Exynos 990 chip that was tilled to have a CPU performance that increased by 25 percent, the GPU\/graphics increased between 15-20 percent, and the performance of the Neural Processing units NPU (for AI) doubled.

The standard RAM memory used in the Galaxy S20 line is also the most current, LPDDR 5. With this standard, the Galaxy S20 has a transfer speed of 30 percent faster than the Galaxy S10. With the features and technologies like the above, the Galaxy S20 series claimed Denny has penetrated today’s smartphone industry standards.

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