Announced yesterday in San Francisco at its Unpacked 2020 event, Samsung’s latest smartphone comes in three flavors: the Galaxy S20, the S20+, and the S20 Ultra 5G.

All three phones come with the following standard features: Samsung’s eight-core Exynos 990 processor, a front 40-megapixel front camera, 8K video recording, an on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, wireless-charging, and IP68 dust-and-water resistance.

Gamers will be pleased to know that, like the Razer Phone 2, all three phones will have a 120Hz display, for the smoothest gaming experience.

Additionally, each phone has its own standout features. The base S20 model comes with a 6.2-inch AMOLED display, while the S20+ is slightly bigger at 6.7-inch, and the S20 Ultra 5G is the biggest at 6.9-inch.

Samsung Galaxy S20
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The cameras are also different, with the S20 Ultra 5G the most feature-packed with a 48-megapixel telephoto, a 108-megapixel wide-angle, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide and a time-of-flight camera. It is also capable of taking pictures at 100x zoom, although I found the picture to be grainy at best. You probably won’t be using this feature much and will just settle for the 10x optical zoom instead.

The S20+ features a 64-megapixel telephoto lens, a 12-megapixel wide and ultra-wide, and a time-of-flight camera as well. The S20 lacks the time-of-flight camera, and both the S20 and S20+ are capable of up to 3x zoom.

Samsung Galaxy S20
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Finally, the S20 Ultra 5G will have 5G support for when it is available and comes with 12GB RAM, while the S20 and S20+ come with 8GB.

Availability: In Southeast Asia, the new Samsung phones will first launch in Singapore on March 6, with the other countries in the region to follow.

Price: Samsung Galaxy S20 (S$1,298 or US$936), Samsung Galaxy S20+ (S$1,498 or US$1,080), Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (S$1,898 or US$1,370).

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