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  • Here's how the Galaxy S20 series compares to the Note 10, Pixel 4, and more

    Here's how the Galaxy S20 series compares to the Note 10, Pixel 4, and more
    The Galaxy S20’s leak floodgates opened last weekend and things have been pretty crazy ever since. Today is no exception because XDA Developers has compared several dummy units of Samsung’s upcoming devices to some of the most popular flagships on the market.

    The Galaxy S20 Ultra is a little bigger than the Note 10+

    Representing the best of the best in Samsung’s lineup of smartphones will be the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It’s going to feature a huge 6.9-inch Infinity-O AMOLED display complete with a 120Hz refresh rate and a Quad-HD+ (3200x1440p) resolution.

    But despite the sheer size of the screen on paper, Samsung has managed to keep things relatively compact thanks to the extra tall 20:9 aspect ratio that it’s now employing. As seen in the images below, this means the phone is roughly the same width as the 6.7-inch Galaxy Note 10+ and only a little taller.

    The flagship is also quite a bit longer than the massive OnePlus 7 Pro. However, Samsung’s phone should feel a lot more comfortable in the hand thanks to the curved edges of the rear glass and the fact that it’s a little narrower.

    Turning the premium device over reveals a huge camera module that’s over two times the size of the Galaxy Note 10+ equivalent. The dummy in question is based on an earlier prototype that featured five rear sensors, but the smartphone is now expected to house four cameras. 

    These should include a super-powerful 108-megapixel camera that makes use of pixel binning technology to produce high-quality 12-megapixel shots and improve performance in low-light conditions. It’ll reportedly be combined with a 10x periscope zoom camera complete with a 64-megapixel resolution.

    Samsung is planning to combine the data from this sensor with that of the primary camera and a bit of software wizardry to achieve an incredible 100x hybrid zoom. Other features include a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a massive 5,000mAh battery, and the Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 990 depending on the region paired with 5G support as standard.

    The Galaxy S20 compares favorably to other phones

    On the opposite end of the flagship spectrum sits the standard Galaxy S20. It boasts a smaller 6.2-inch Infinity-O panel but still offers all the perks featured on the premium sibling.

    The phone is virtually the same size as last year’s Galaxy S10 – Samsung has added height but made it narrower – and compares extremely favorably to the 6.3-inch Google Pixel 4 XL thanks to the curved edges and razor-thin bezels. 

    Samsung has also rearranged the cameras this year, which makes the Galaxy S20’s module appear smaller than the Galaxy S10’s equivalent. It’s also much slimmer than the Pixel 4’s bump, but a lot longer.

    Rumors suggest it’ll house a 12-megapixel main camera that’s noticeably more powerful than 2019’s offering. Also expected is a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 2x telephoto shooter. Samsung will keep costs down by skipping the Time-of-Flight sensor. 

    The Galaxy S20+ is a little taller than the Galaxy S10+

    The final phone in Samsung’s new lineup is the Galaxy S20+. It boasts a huge 6.7-inch display but is noticeably more compact than comparable devices.

    Today’s dummy comparisons show that it’s roughly the same size as the Google Pixel 4 XL, despite featuring a screen that’s 0.4-inches bigger. This is once again down to Samsung’s effort when it comes to reducing bezel size. 

    Samsung’s upcoming flagship also appears to be a little narrower than the Galaxy S10+. It should, therefore, be more comfortable to hold, although it is noticeably taller.



    1. smallworld

    Posts: 523; Member since: Jul 13, 2012

    No news about the s20e? All these phones are huge and uninteresting.

    3. joshuaswingle

    Posts: 740; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

    There's no S20e, likely due to poor sales of the S10e.

    2. DBozz

    Posts: 146; Member since: Sep 19, 2019

    So u bought the 3D printing machine... huh!

    4. alligator

    Posts: 111; Member since: Jan 09, 2016

    I'm not happy at all with this trend to make every new model bigger. 2 years ago I selected the bigger model and now it looks tiny compared to the 2020 models. Guys, our hands are not getting bigger every year. Just stop that!!!

    7. MsPooks

    Posts: 303; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

    Ah, but if the trend continues, our hands WILL evolve and get bigger!

    6. pimpin83z

    Posts: 611; Member since: Feb 08, 2019

    Are the S10 & Note 10 actually rivals or just other phones?

    8. phljcnth

    Posts: 565; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

    Samsung is pushing the display sizes too far for the Galaxy S line. Being the little brother of the Note, I can't Imagine how big the Note 20 Ultra is going to be. Or maybe, this is already the consolidation of the S and Note line we were talking about, and the supposed 'Note 20' will take the position of the next Galaxy Fold since the "Note" name makes sense for a foldable device.

    20. Orion78

    Posts: 230; Member since: Mar 27, 2014

    And here's another "theory" of no Note. If there's no Note line Samsung would have stated that already. Lol

    22. joshuaswingle

    Posts: 740; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

    I think it's too early for the Galaxy Note line to go completely foldable. But I wouldn't be surprised if the Fold's successor (not the Z Flip) is branded as a Note lineup variant. Kind of like the Galaxy Note Edge back in the day.

    12. User123456789

    Posts: 1343; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

    Imagine the size of note 20+

    13. alligator

    Posts: 111; Member since: Jan 09, 2016

    Another disturbing point is that if you want a high-end phone with all the extras for the model you have to get the largest model. There is no chance to get the smaller and have all new techs inside. That's why they push me to buy the bigger one which is usually not my favourite. Hopefully this trend will finish soon before I need to get a new phone.

    17. pimpin83z

    Posts: 611; Member since: Feb 08, 2019

    I agree. If the Note 10 had the same specs as the 10+ I would've gotten that one instead based on the size & ease of use with one hand.

    19. joshuaswingle

    Posts: 740; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

    One of the reasons I appreciate Apple and Google's recent efforts in the flagship segment, even if their devices aren't as feature-packed.

    24. Chumley

    Posts: 42; Member since: Jan 22, 2018

    Agree 100%. I have an S10+ and while it's a great phone, it's too big. It's bulky and heavy and not comfortable to pocket in business slacks or jeans. One-handed operations not always easy either. If Samsung refuses to put their best specs in a reasonably sized phone I'll look elsewhere - and I've had every Galaxy generation since the 5. I also have an iPhone 8 and while it's not a better phone, it's SO much easier to use and pocket. A bezel-less screen around 6" or so would be about perfect.

    15. daina44

    Posts: 1; Member since: yesterday

    Nice article. Nokia 8.2 Price and Specification

    16. notfair

    Posts: 775; Member since: Jan 30, 2017

    The 2020 phone sizes are getting ridiculous! I hardly think that most of the users besides asians wants a ginormous phone. I hope Apple gets back on the more compact form phones and everyone will follow suit as always.

    18. joshuaswingle

    Posts: 740; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

    I don't think anybody will follow suit with the compact form. The iPhone 11 Pro is one of the most compact devices on the market and one of the best-selling flagships, yet Android manufacturers have shown virtually no interest in the format. Samsung tried last year but it seemingly didn't go as planned. Apple is developing an even more compact 5.4-inch iPhone 12 that's about the size of the iPhone 8. I'm sure it'll sell well, but probably not as well as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12. So I can't see companies following them down that route.

    21. tokuzumi

    Posts: 1996; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

    Taller and narrower. The two worst dimension changes you can make.

    23. Flynfree15

    Posts: 4; Member since: yesterday

    Nah! I want flat screen or i stay with my s9.
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