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Sunday, March 31, 2019

Samsung Galaxy M20 review summary

Samsung Galaxy M20 review

Samsung Galaxy M20 review

The Samsung Galaxy M20 is to attack Samsung's Xiaomi, Realm, Honor and Asus. It offers specifications that have enough field units to match these rivals, and there is a wonderful trendy all-screen look in which there is a waterdrop-style knock. The Exynos 7904 processor was specially designed for the price section in the Indian Republic, and it works quite well. The show is mass and crisp, and battery life is incredibly sensible. However, the camera area unit is just mediocre, and the Samsung UI is filled with unwanted advertisements and information. Galaxy M20 may be the charm for the Samsung fans fans WHO area unit looking for good price.(Samsung Galaxy M20 review)


About samsung

Founded in 1969 as Samsung Electronics headquartered in Samsung Electronics Industries, Suwon, South Korea, everything from TV to semiconductor is done today. It discharged its first Android cell phone in 2009, and can be credited with the release of the main Android tablet in 2010. The organization is one of the greatest players in cell phone advertising on the planet. There are lately cell phones that are running on Tizen OS, as an alternative to its Android-based cell phone.





Samsung Galaxy M20
Samsung Galaxy M20

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    Samsung Galaxy M20 specifications (full)

    Samsung Galaxy M20 battery and general information

    Release dateJanuary 2019
    Launched in IndiaYes
    Form factorTouchscreen
    Battery capacity (mAh)5000
    Removable batteryNo
    Wireless chargingNo
    ColoursCharcoal Black, Ocean Blue

    Samsung Galaxy M20 display

    Screen size (inches)6.30
    TouchscreenYes
    Resolution1080x2340 pixels
    Aspect ratio19.5:9

    Samsung Galaxy M20 hardware

    Processor1.6GHz octa-core (2x1.8GHz + 6x1.6GHz)
    Processor makeSamsung Exynos 7904
    RAM3GB
    Internal storage32GB
    Expandable storageYes
    Expandable storage typemicroSD
    Expandable storage up to (GB)512
    Dedicated microSD slotYes

    Samsung Galaxy M20 camera

    Rear camera13-megapixel (f/1.9) + 5-megapixel (f/2.2)
    Rear autofocusYes
    Rear flashYes
    Front camera8-megapixel (f/2.0)
    Front flashNo

    Samsung Galaxy M20 software

    Operating systemAndroid 8.1 Oreo
    SkinSamsung Experience 9.5 UX

    Samsung Galaxy M20 connectivity

    Wi-Fi standards supported802.11 b/g/n
    GPSYes
    BluetoothYes
    USB Type-CYes
    Micro-USBNo
    Headphones3.5mm
    Number of SIMs2
    SIM 1
    SIM TypeNano-SIM
    GSM/CDMAGSM
    3GYes
    4G/ LTEYes
    Supports 4G in India (Band 40)Yes
    SIM 2
    SIM TypeNano-SIM
    GSM/CDMAGSM
    3GYes
    4G/ LTEYes
    Supports 4G in India (Band 40)Yes

    Samsung Galaxy M20 sensors

    Face unlockYes
    Fingerprint sensorYes
    Proximity sensorYes
    AccelerometerYes


    SAMSUNG GALAXY M20 64GB: DETAILED REVIEW

    If you need more information on how popular and important the mid-range and budget segment is for the Indian smartphone market, look no further than the latest developments from Samsung's smart phone division in India. The Korean giant, which usually reserves its latest technology for its flagships, recently launched the Galaxy M20, which comes with many new features for a Samsung phone. It is the first to house a notch (for Samsung), the first Samsung mid-range that offers a massive battery of 5,000 mAh and, surprisingly, the first to offer a wide-angle camera at that price. All those combined, the Galaxy M20 has certainly aroused the interest of the general public and critics. The ongoing theme in the argument is that the Galaxy M20 is Samsung's response to Chinese smartphones whose aggressive price / specification ratio has captured the minds of rural and urban Indians alike. However, a simple look at the specification sheet will reveal that the Galaxy M20 is not really competing against them on paper. Instead, after using the smartphone for fifteen days, I realized that Samsung relies on the company's historic ability to make good phones to carry it over the fence. What does that really mean, questions? Read the in-depth review to find out.
    DESIGN  
    Over the past few years, Samsung phones have costably priced similar designs. You can easily discover Samsung's mid-range smartphone from a distance. Galaxy M20 puts an end to it. Last year, mid-range phones began to apply Infinity AMOLED panels with a 16: 9 aspect ratio, ensuring a level of differentiation. The Galaxy A9 features four bright colors like Bubblegum Pink on the company's phone, but the Galaxy M20 is an indication that there is a chance for a comprehensive design reform on other affordable Samsung phones.
    The Galaxy M20 changes the metallic grade durability by a shiny polycarbonate shell. The hard plastic exterior is held together by a hard plastic frame. It has well rounded corners and the screen appears to be a separate unit attached to the back panel along the edges. The outer cover protrudes, perhaps to prevent the screen from touching the ground first, in case the phone slips out of your hand. In that sense, the phone is easy to grasp and is not very slippery. However, it has a wide form factor and the rejection of the palm along the edges is negligible. Most of the time, I found myself accidentally launching apps whose icons were placed along the edges.

    The rear panel of the M20 is devoid of much distraction, except for the double camera unit hidden in the corner. The camera module is flush with the body without visible impacts. In the middle is the fingerprint sensor, which is quite easy to reach. It is also very sensitive.
    DISPLAY
    The almost non-bezel implementation of the screen is not the only new thing in the Galaxy M20. The panel itself is rarely used by other manufacturers than Samsung. It is a 6.3-inch PLS TFT panel, which is very similar to the usual IPS LCD panels used by other phones in this price range. But PLS (or Plane Line Switching) allows better viewing angles and a higher maximum brightness. It does not have the infinite contrast like Samsung's Super AMOLED displays, but it's relatively brighter and more vibrant than other screens in this range. The maximum brightness of 537 lux is much higher and the colors seem to come up.
    However, when the brightness is reduced below 50 percent, the screen also loses color, since the content seems to be erased. In addition, the screen is highly reflective and can hardly be seen when used outdoors during the day. If you travel on a bus or subway or are sitting indoors, the Galaxy M20 is a perfectly good phone to watch content. It even has the Widevine L1 certification, which means it can stream content from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in Full HD. The V-shaped notch is masked by letterboxing and does not get in the way unless it comes close to fill the space. While playing, clipping blocks part of the panel, but that's minimal compared to the rectangular notches of last year's phones.

    In general, the 6.3-inch panel on the Samsung Galaxy M20 left us very impressed. It may be the best of the smartphone.

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