As with every new smartphone in a given year, you’ll find a typical spec upgrade, including the latest chips, more memory, and so on. But the new processor brings along a new feature that marks a big leap in mobile connectivity: 5G. Whether you want it or not, 5G connectivity will be standard across Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup, as well as any other smartphone that runs the same chip, the Snapdragon 865.
Here are some of the high-end specs shared by all three models, none of which should be too surprising for the keen-eyed smartphone fan:
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chip
A generous 12 GB of RAM for fast and smooth multitasking
128 GB of storage with microSD expandable storage (512 GB option for the S20 Ultra)
Fast 25W chargers (45W option for the S20 Ultra)
In-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensors
The Galaxy S20 has a 4,000-mAh battery.
The Galaxy S20 Plus has a 4,500-mAh battery.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 5,000-mAh battery.
The Galaxy S20 starts at $1,000, the S20 Plus at $1,200, and the S20 Ultra at $1,400.
They’re set to be released on March 6.