Samsung S series, as a recognized mobile phone series, has been leading the mobile phone trend with top-notch craftsmanship and advanced design. The new Samsung S20 series is the strongest generation in recent years. This time, the Samsung S20 series broke the original naming method, and the series of mobile phones were named Samsung S20, Samsung S20+ and Samsung S20 Ultra. So what are the differences between the two models with suffixes in all respects? Let’s take a look at the difference between Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra.
Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra appearance difference
The Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra both use the Infinity-O digging screen design. The front camera is located at the top center of the screen, which follows the principle of symmetrical aesthetics more than the traditional left or right opening. Although the screen size of the two phones is different (Samsung S20+ is 6.7 inches, Samsung S20 Ultra is 6.9 inches), the screen quality of the two phones is the same, including Dymanic AMOED material, 2K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate , 240Hz touch sampling rate, HDR+, ultrasonic fingerprint recognition, top-notch technology is readily available.
The back of the two phones are both designed with a matrix camera module, but the difference is that the Samsung S20 Ultra is equipped with a 100-megapixel main camera with stronger shooting capabilities and a 48-megapixel periscope camera independent of the other three cameras. So we can see the words “SPACE ZOOM 100X” on the back of Samsung S20 Ultra. For specific camera information, we will explain in detail in the following photographing differences.
What is a bit puzzling is the color scheme of Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra. The former is available in three colors: Fantasy Black, Fantasy Grey, and Floating Oxygen Blue, while the latter is only available in two colors: Fantasy Black and Fantasy Grey. The latter, as the big brother in the series, is the color scheme
The difference between Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra camera
As mentioned earlier, Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra differ greatly in camera configuration, so let’s take a look at the camera configuration of the two phones. Samsung S20+ is equipped with a four-camera system on the rear, with a 12-megapixel main camera (1.8μm, F/1.8, full-pixel dual-core focus, optical image stabilization) +64 million pixel telephoto (0.8μm, F/2.0, optical image stabilization) + 12 million pixel ultra-wide-angle (1.4μm, F/2.2, 120 degrees) + TOF depth-of-field camera. front-mounted 10 million pixel single camera (F/1.9), support 4K video recording.
The four rear cameras of the Samsung S20 Ultra are: 108 million pixel main camera (0.8μm, F/1.8, optical image stabilization) + 48 million pixel telephoto (0.8μm, F/3.6, optical image stabilization) + 12 million pixel super Wide-angle (1.4μm, F/2.2, 120 degrees) + TOF depth-of-field camera. front 40 million pixel single camera (F/2.2), support 4K recording. This may also be the strongest camera configuration among all flagship phones.
Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra performance difference
Samsung S20+ and S20 Ultra are equipped with the latest flagship processor Snapdragon 865 5G, the processor is based on 7nm+ process technology, using 8-core design (up to 2.84GHz), with X55 5G baseband, supporting SA/NSA dual-mode 5G network and Wi-Fi 6 The internet.
The battery capacity of the two mobile phones is greatly improved compared with the corresponding previous generation. They are equipped with a 4500mAh battery and a 5000mAh battery, and both support wireless fast charging and reverse wireless charging. The Samsung S20 Ultra can be up to 45W on wired fast charging.
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