Premium smartphones have gotten really, really good over the past several years and there’s no place where that shows better than the camera. Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series continues to be the most well-rounded Android flagship on the market, but I’ve had qualms with its cameras despite being happy with the overall package. Should you buy it? Let’s talk about the Galaxy S20 and S20+.
Samsung chose to stick with the same fingerprint in the Galaxy S20 as its predecessor, which isn’t a great. The ultrasonic in-display sensor is slow and inconsistent compared to the competition, which can be frustrating. But you can do a few different things to help make the best of the situation.
Get a screen protector that won’t mess with the fingerprint sensor
Quick steps to get your phone up and running in great shape.
Breaking the seal on the box of a new phone is always an exciting time. You did your research, picked out the exact phone you wanted, and now you have it! When you buy a Galaxy S20, there’s a whole lot to get into, to the point where it can be overwhelming and you can forget some of the basics. So, where do you start? Right here.
The real Ultra.
If the Galaxy S20 Ultra is too much of a good thing, the Galaxy S20+ is just the right amount of goodness. Or greatness. It’s the best phone I’ve used in a long time, and will hopefully get better with a few camera-tweaking updates sure to come in the next few months.