- Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy S20 phones have several features that make them different from last year’s Galaxy S10 and Apple’s latest iPhones.
- They all support 5G connectivity, unlike the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, and come with larger cameras with higher-resolution sensors.
- Plus, their screens can reach a refresh rate of 120Hz, a feature Apple offers on the iPad but not the iPhone.
- The new Galaxy S20 phones launched on Friday, March 6.
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Samsung on Friday launched its new Galaxy S20 lineup, which offers a camera setup with larger sensors, 5G support across all variants, and a screen with a higher refresh rate, among other changes. All these features differentiate the lineup from last year’s Galaxy S10 — and Apple’s latest iPhones.
It’s worth noting, however, that Samsung’s phones are more expensive than Apple’s. The Galaxy S20 starts at $1,000, while the iPhone 11 begins at $700. The larger Galaxy S20 Plus begins at $1,200, and its even larger sibling, the S20 Ultra, costs at least $1,400. The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $1,000, and the 11 Pro Max begins at $1,100. The phones launched on March 6 after being announced on February 11.
Here’s a closer look at some of the features found on Samsung’s Galaxy S20 that are missing from the iPhone.
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