Tech blogs are always preoccupied with picking the very best in the litter. This is one phone that has been largely popularized, getting a lot of attention with consumers. It is a great compact phone if you are looking to downsize from the mega galaxy versions.
- Screen: 6.2” Infinity O dynamic AMOLED 2X, 1440*3200 pixels resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 563ppi; 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sensing, HDR10+ support, HDR corning gorilla glass 6
- Memory: 8gb Ram, 128 GB built-in UFS 3.0 storage, shared microSD slot
- Operating System: Android 10, One UI 2.1
- Camera: rear camera 12Mp, front camera 10Mp
- Battery: 4000mAh, 25W fast charging support over power delivery 3.0 (25W charger supplied in the box)
- So far, it’s the only galaxy model with ISOCELL bright HM1 108 MP sensor. It combines nine pixels into a single superpixel, thereby reducing the effective image size to 12MP. This improves low-light photography.
- It has battery intelligence, adjusting to your mobile habits to save power and last way longer on a single charge.
- Enables you to stay on top of your games, streams, and social media with download speeds of up to 2.0Gbps on LTE and secure Wi-Fi connections
- It has the following additional features: Ultrasonic fingerprint, Samsung Knox, Facial recognition, One UI 2, Corning gorilla glass 6
- Lacks 3.5mm headphone jack. This may be because they are aiming to make the body as slim as possible.
- No LED light flash at the front camera therefore not user friendly in the dark.
The feature that stands out for this model is its unique sensor. Most of its other features are found in the other models such as the S20 plus. It might be slightly more pocket friendly but not as user friendly as predecessor models.