Samsung Galaxy S20+: Features, specifications, pricing
|Launch price (RRP)||$1,499|
Samsung has slightly altered its smartphone naming schemes for 2020. At one time you might have thought that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus would be the flagship model, but in 2020 that plaudit goes to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. That leaves the Galaxy S20 Plus as the mid-range model; a little lower in features and screen size than the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but a little bit better than the Galaxy S20.
The Galaxy S20+ was unveiled at Samsung's "Galaxy Unpacked" event on 11 February, alongside the smaller Galaxy S20 and premium Galaxy S20 Ultra handsets, as well as the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone.
- 6.7-inch display
- Central "Infinity O" camera at the front
- 120Hz display
- Triple lens plus DepthVision camera
- Up to 30x digital zoom
- Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990
- 5G or 4G, with mmWave support for the 5G model
- 4,500mAh battery
- Fast 45W cable charging
- Might just be the "value" proposition in the Galaxy S20 family
Pricing and availability
- Available to pre-order from 12 February 2020 and on sale from 6 March 2020
- Priced starting from $1,499
Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S20+ at its Galaxy Unpacked event on 11 February in San Francisco, which equated out to early on 12 February 2020 in Australia. That's the same date that it went on pre-sale, with actual availability from 6 March 2020.
There are three different variants of the Galaxy S20+ to consider. The entry-level 4G-only model ships with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for $1,499. At $1,649, you'll get the 5G variant with 12GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. Finally for $1,899 you'll score a 5G-capable Galaxy S20+ with 12GB RAM and 512GB of onboard storage.
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