Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus Review: Buy This One
March. 16, 2020
Crisp, bright display
Top-notch performance and specs
All-day battery life
Customizable software, if not a little bloated
Laggy, unreliable fingerprint sensor
No headphone jack
8K video is overhyped
Galaxy S20 Plus
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is one of the most well-rounded smartphones I've used in years. It has versatile cameras that compete with the best, customizable software, and a display that's so good it will ruin other smartphone displays for you.
$1,200 is a lot of money though, and Samsung is really pushing it with this high price tag.
If you’re a power user, you’re probably familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy S phones; specifically, the top-of-the-line Plus variants. This year, the Galaxy S20 line comes in three flavors, and the Plus model isn’t at the top. We’ve already reviewed the top-tier Galaxy S20 Ultra, and spoiler alert: most people shouldn’t buy it. Insane price tag aside, it’s just too big.
That’s why the Galaxy S20 Plus is so important. It still achieves power user status, but in a slightly more affordable, less unwieldy package. I happen to think this model — the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus — is the right phone for most buyers, power users and normal users alike.
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