Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro who is the king?

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Huawei does its best to provide us with top smartphones, despite all the problems it faces. Huawei P40 Pro is the newest flagship from Huawei until this moment. The smartphone has a super amazing display making your watching experience unique, it is not the best display in the market, yet you still can have a fabulous experience in case you want to give the P40 Pro a try. 

Conversely, Samsung S20 Plus is one of the three best Samsung S series in 2019, Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. This is the Samsung flagship phone you will be getting if you don't want to a 6.9-inch screen that costs about 1500USD. Samsung equipped this phone with pretty big improvements in comparison to the previous generation of the S series. They have improved the screen, battery, processor, and cameras. In this article, we will give you a quick compression between Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro to see which one the king is. 

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Design & display.

Both Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro are fantabulous. In fact, in terms of design, the Galaxy S20 series is not much different from its predecessor S10 series. We can generally make this judgment for all three models. The differences are very small. Speaking specifically for the Galaxy S20 Plus, Samsung has increased the screen aspect ratio from 19.5: 9 to 20: 9 this year. This made the phone a little longer, but also a bit narrower. The thickness of the phone is the same as that of the S10 Plus. As a result, it is not difficult to grasp and operate the S20 Plus with one hand. Of course, you cannot easily reach all points of the screen with one hand. In this case, the one-handed mode you can activate in the settings will help you.

Another noticeable detail is the reduction of the curvature of the screen towards the edges. Galaxy S20 Plus still has a curved screen, but this curve angle is lower than its predecessor. It wouldn't be wrong to say that it has an almost flat screen. However, we have to say that we occasionally encounter situations such as touching the edges and opening unwanted places, especially during single-handed use. Samsung needs to improve performance a bit more with the software on this site.

The front and back of the phone are covered with Gorilla Glass 6 glass. It comes with a protective film on the screen. Galaxy S20 Plus we've been using it for over three weeks now, and we haven't found any scratches or wear anywhere. Apart from that, it survived when the screen fell from a chair about 30-40 cm high onto the stone floor. Moreover, there was no damage to the aluminum frame. So although it looks thin and slender, it's a solid phone. Moreover, it is water and dust resistant. If you want to listen to music or podcasts in the shower, Galaxy S20 Plus is the phone for this. It is fixed by experience.

The phone has a USB-C port, microphone, and speaker on the bottom edge. The second speaker is placed in the thin line just above the screen. There is also a handset here. On the top edge is the second microphone with a microSD and nano-SIM card slot. On the right side, we see the volume keys and the power button. The left edge looks clean.

The glass surface on the back is curved quite a bit towards the edges. This makes the aluminum frame on the sides of the phone thinner and the phone looks thinner overall. There is a rectangular camera module in the upper left corner, which is the classic of Samsung phones we have seen for the last few months. This module, slightly protruding outward, houses four cameras and an LED flash. We also see a microphone in this section. A Samsung logo is placed towards the bottom edge.

Galaxy S20 Plus (left) and Galaxy S10 Plus side by side. Even though they are the same thickness, the Galaxy S20 Plus feels like a thinner phone.

On the other hand, Huawei is trying something new on the design side with every P and Mate series phone. While most of the other manufacturers prefer only small touches in terms of design, we always see remarkable innovations in Huawei's phones compared to the phones of the previous year. This situation does not change in the Huawei P40 series. Compared to last year's P30 series, there are notable differences in terms of design. Of course, these differences are going well.

Huawei P40 Pro is one of the best smartphones we've experienced so far in terms of design and feel. Of course, spending most of our time at home is also a little encouraging, but it would be a little unfair to pack this phone in the transparent silicone case that comes out of the box and carry it. The phone, which does not feel different from the Huawei P30 Pro with the case, provides a completely different phone feeling in naked use.

The P40 Pro is a combination of glass and metal, like many flagship phones on the market. Huawei has placed a screen on the Mate 30 Pro that curves quite a bit towards the edges, so even pushing the power button back a lot, removing the volume keys and placing their functions on the edges of the screen. We see that this approach is abandoned in the Huawei P40 Pro. However, this time a different design was tried. The glass covering the top of the screen curves not only towards the long sides but also towards the short sides. However, while the screen is curved on the long sides, it maintains its flat shape on the short sides.

The curvature of the screen towards the long edges does not go too far. This situation both prevents wrong touches while using the phone and ensures that the power and volume keys are where we are used to. It is possible to find it manually, thanks to the red line placed on the power button. We can also say that it adds a nice feel to the phone. On the upper edge is the microphone and the infrared port that Huawei does not give up on its phones. On the bottom edge, there is the USB-C port, main microphone, speaker and nano-SIM card tray. The P40 Pro also has dual SIM card support, but in this case, you cannot take advantage of the possibility to further increase the storage space with the NanoMemory memory card.

Huawei has also tried a different camera module design on the back. In fact, in the back design, which is in line with the 2020 standards, we see that the camera module is placed in the upper left corner. This camera module, which protrudes considerably outward, houses four cameras, a dual-color LED flash, and a microphone. Again, the direction Huawei has placed its logo indicates that the P40 Pro is a camera phone.

In addition to its stylish appearance, the Huawei P40 Pro stands out as a water and dust resistant phone. This phone is IP68 certified. Thus, it can stay in water up to 1.5 meters deep for half an hour.

As far as display is concerned, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus comes with a 6.7 AMOLED Dynamic 2X screen. We see that the screen size has been increased compared to last year's S10 Plus model. It occupies 90.5 of the front of the device. Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus has a 1440 x 3200 resolution with 525 PPi.

As we mentioned above, the aspect ratio of the screen is 20: 9. This screen, in which Dynamic AMOLED technology is used, manages to provide users with the high visual quality and pleasure expected from a Samsung made screen.

Although we used it with a protective screen film on it, the OLED screen of the Galaxy S20 Plus offers a high level of brightness and vibrancy. It is also possible to watch HDR content on Netflix or YouTube with great pleasure. The image optimization feature for video content is also available on this phone. You can also adjust the color temperature according to your taste. The viewing angles of the screen are high as expected, and it can be used comfortably in the outdoor environment. Depending on the presence of the AMOLED screen, there is also an Always-on Display feature.

We see the screen, which Samsung defines as the Infinite-O, in many middle and upper segment Samsung smartphones that have come out since the Galaxy Note 10 series. There is also such a screen on the S20 Plus. The camera hole isn't too big, so it's not too annoying when playing games or watching movies in full screen. However, since it has a 20: 9 screen, there are thick black bars on the edges when watching many YouTube videos in full screen. If it is in full-screen view, there will be considerable losses at the top and bottom. However, let's point out that we also enjoy watching YouTube videos in full screen.

One of the important innovations in this year's S20 series members is 120Hz display support. Like other members, the Galaxy S20 Plus also supports a 120Hz display, but in Full HD + resolution. In the maximum screen resolution, only a 60Hz setting can be used. In fact, when you choose Full HD + resolution, there is not a big difference in sharpness in the user interface. When you choose the 120Hz display setting, the smoothness of the interface transitions really increases. But it's hard to say that this made a huge difference overall. If you are not playing games, it would be better to use the 60Hz setting to save battery. We preferred to use Galaxy S20 Plus at full-screen resolution, so 60Hz. Our choice was in the direction of resolution.

When we look at the audio side, as we mentioned in the previous section, Galaxy S20 Plus has two speakers. The sound output of these two speakers is balanced so that the stereo sound effect is successfully presented. The Samsung audio profile setting that has existed for the past few years is also available on the S20 Plus. You can determine the sound profile that best suits your ear by performing a short sound test. There is also support for Dolby Atmos. If you are watching movies or TV shows on your phone, you can enjoy it with a suitable headset with supporting content.

We know that AKG headphones out of the box are of good quality. Galaxy S20 Plus users will do well with this USB-C tip headset. However, for the best sound output, we recommend that you adjust the sound settings properly in the Settings section. After adjusting the equalizer and similar settings, your enjoyment of listening to music or watching videos with headphones will increase.

Contrastingly. Huawei P40 Pro comes with a 6.58 OLED display with curved edges. The screen occupies 91.6% of the front of the device. The P40 Pro has a 1200 x 2640 resolution with 441 PPI. This value is sufficient for clear and sharp graphics and legible articles.

The screen size has been increased compared to the P30 Pro model. While the curvature on the long edges is preserved, we see that the glass curves towards the short edges on the lower and upper edges of the screen. However, the screen keeps its flat structure in these sections. Huawei said when developing this design it was inspired by the position of a water droplet on the surface.

Since the curvature of the screen on the long sides is not as high as in the Mate 30 Pro, the blackening on the edges is not considered as high as on that phone. At the same time, we did not encounter a situation such as touching the screen and entering the wrong command when using one hand.

There is an elliptical hole in the upper left corner, we saw a similar hole in the Galaxy S10 Plus on the right side of the screen. There are two front cameras here. Although the size of the screen hole is undeniable, it does not cause any trouble when using the phone normally. There is also nothing disturbing when playing games in full screen. Videos usually set the beginning of this hole as the boundary in full screen and adjust the aspect ratio accordingly.

The brightness of the P40 Pro's OLED display is high, which brings HDR10 support. Black color depth is high, contrast is also good. Color vibrancy is also among its impressive features. Thus, it is possible to see the photos and videos you take on the P40 Pro's screen as they should. Another important feature of the screen is its high refresh rate. This phone has a 90Hz refresh rate and it comes open. It is possible to see the difference in user interface transitions and games.

The presence of the OLED screen also allows the use of the always-on display feature. By turning on this feature, which is normally closed, you can see the time, date, and application icons of incoming notifications on the screen even when the screen is in sleep state.

On the audio side, Huawei prefers to have a single speaker instead of two speakers in flagship phones it has released for a year. This speaker has an above-average power output. The company also makes use of screen vibration, offering a much higher intensity and satisfying sound output than normally provided by a single speaker. In addition, there is no handset speaker at the top of the screen, the speaker is behind the screen and the vibration is used. We can say that this is enough for phone calls.

instead of two speakers in flagship phones, it has released for a year. This speaker has an above-average power output. The company also makes use of screen vibration, offering a much higher intensity and satisfying sound output than normally provided by a single speaker. In addition, there is no handset speaker at the top of the screen, the speaker is behind the screen and the vibration is used. We can say that this is enough for phone calls.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Operating System Processor

Both phones offer extremely fast and powerful processors. Huawei P40 Pro comes with Kirin 990 5G, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus s powered by the Exynos 990 (Global) or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 (USA). Both processors are built using a 7nm Plus process for extreme power efficiency and they both have a neural engine on board for AI-related tasks.

In the Geekbench test, the P40 Pro scored 3313 for single-core and 9708 for multicores. While the S20 Plus scored 753 points for the single-core and 3009 for the multicores.

According to the operating system, Huawei P40 Pro is a phone that comes loaded with Huawei AppGallery instead of Google Play Store and Google's mobile services and applications and hosts Huawei's mobile services. So, a different Android phone experience than normal is waiting for users. EMUI 10 .1 is running on the device that comes loaded with Android 10 . We mentioned it earlier in the Huawei P40 Lite review. Huawei has managed to offer a more mature Android experience in a short time. It would not be wrong to say that we got a much more comfortable and user experience that is not much different from a normal Android phone than we experienced in the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

There is no ease of downloading any application or game you need from the Google Play Store. However, Huawei AppGallery is very rich, especially in terms of Turkish applications. You can find the majority of popular applications developed in Turkey in app gallery Huawei. In terms of games, Huawei's app store looks quite satisfying. Alternative sources are used to download applications such as Netflix, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. If you install an application called More Apps during the initial setup, you can get help from this application in downloading the popular applications we mentioned. We also installed an app called APKPure on the P40 Pro and used this third-party Android app resource to download most apps and games.

You want to watch videos on a device with an eye-catching screen like the Huawei P40 Pro. Although the YouTube app is not available, you can experience a kind of native YouTube app by downloading the Chrome app from APKPure, going to the YouTube mobile site, and then adding this site to the home screen as a shortcut. Of course, it doesn't enjoy the natural YouTube app, but it meets the need to watch videos from YouTube. Popular video applications such as Netflix, BluTV, BeIN Connect also work smoothly. Of course, Huawei's video application, Huawei Video, is also ready in the P40 Pro.

Thanks to the presence of the EMUI 10.1 version, there are some experiences that we haven't seen in previous Huawei AppGallery phones. Especially in multitasking, more use is made of the big screen. When you drag your finger to the center from the right or left of the screen and hold it, you will see the multitasking bar. From here, you can select an application and open it in a floating window on the screen and get your job done quickly. Also, EMUI 10.1 offers a good environment for opening two application windows side by side at the same time.

FaceTime-like video call introduced during the launch of the Huawei P40 series application not around yet. We estimate it will be available in the future. On the other hand, Huawei continues to complete the missing parts of the Android ecosystem with the P40 series. The Today section, on the far left of the main screen, is richer and better with helpful tools. On the other hand, Huawei's cloud service was also operational. 5 GB of space is given free to each user. It is also possible to synchronize the photos you take with the P40 Pro in the cloud.

Reversing it, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus comes with Android 10 installed. On top of that, there is Samsung's One UI 2 user interface. Before Samsung released the S20 series, it had begun to offer the One UI 2 interface to its existing devices. Therefore, we know more or less about innovations. Even with it a special guide to the Galaxy Note 10 Plus we published on our experiences.

There are some innovations Samsung has brought with the Galaxy S20. These started to be offered to Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series phones with updates towards the end of March. One of them is Samsung Daily. The panel on the far left of the main screen used to be called Bixby Home. Samsung renamed this panel, but it didn't change its functionality too much. Again, information and records compiled from different applications appear on this screen. If you are using Spotify and Netflix, you can also see recommendations for personal use in this area.

Another new feature is Quick Share. On the Android side, there was no robust and effortless sharing method like Apple's AirDrop. Samsung aims to close this gap in its own phones, especially as it calls Quick Share. With this tool, you can share photos, videos, or similar content with other Samsung phones more conveniently.

At the launch of Samsung's S20, it was stated that Google Duo will be used as a video call application from now on. However, video calls on our phone are still seen in the classic video call interface. Maybe the change we expect will be made in the future updates.

On the application side, there are applications we are used to seeing on a Samsung phone. While various applications of Samsung are installed, various applications of Google and Microsoft are also installed. We also see popular apps like Netflix, Spotify, and Facebook. By the way, we see the Global Goals application, which we saw in the Note 10 series for the first time, on the phone. Thanks to this, you can earn money by showing ads on your locked screen and donate this earning to various charity projects.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Storage, Price, and, Available Colors

Huawei P40 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus price depends on the selected variant. The basic variant of the P40 Pro with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost you around 938.50USD on Amazon. The same variant will cost you 1,363.00USD on eBay. Both of the variants with 256G and 512GB variant with 8GB RAM, we have no idea how much it costs. It supports either 2 SIM cards or 1 SD card up to 256GB. It is available in Silver Frost, Blush Gold, Deep Sea Blue, Ice White, and Black colors.

Meanwhile, the basic variant of Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus  with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant and the only one, it will cost you around 829.00USD on Amazon. The same variant will cost 910.00USD on eBay. The device supports either 2 SIM cards or 1 SD card up to 256GB. It is available in Cosmic Black, Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud White, Aura Red, and Aura Blue colors.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Security and Ports

For security, The P40 Pro comes with the in-screen fingerprint reader is the primary method. The fingerprint reader, which is placed at a point where the thumb can easily come into contact with the natural grip, performs well. High hit rate on the first try. That's why it has been our primary authentication method throughout our experience with the Huawei P40 Pro. You can also use face recognition. Thanks to the flight time camera on the front, depth information is also used during face authentication. In other words, it is not that easy to fool the face recognition system with a photo. This will relieve those who prefer practicality more.  The P40 Pro also supports the classical unlocking methods such as pattern and passcode.

On the other side of the coin, the Galaxy device has an in-screen fingerprint reader. As time goes on, the performance of this unit gets better. The fingerprint reader of the Galaxy S20 Plus works very well. During our use of the phone, we quickly unlocked the screen using this. Face recognition can also be used with the help of the front camera. However, it would not be wrong if we told him that he was not needed much. It also supports the same classical unlocking methods which the P40 Pro has such as pattern and passcode.

As of ports, the P40 Pro supports Bluetooth 5 and NFC. It supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling. The device comes with a USB-C port, which helps in quick charing. It doesn't support a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Whereas the S20 Plus supports Bluetooth 5 and NFC. It also supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling. It comes with USB-C.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king

Battery and Charging

Huawei P40 Pro comprises a powerful Li-Ion battery with a capacity of is the same exact battery that existed in the P30 Pro. Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus provides an even more powerful Li-Polymer 4500mAh battery. This is a core difference. And both phones offer fast charging.

In today's conditions, this battery, which has a reasonable capacity enough, can easily take a day off with normal intensity use. Thanks to Huawei's experience in battery optimization, P40 Pro users have the opportunity to use the phone for as long as possible on a single charge. We were witnessing this situation in Huawei phones we examined in the past, and the tradition is not broken in this phone.

The 40W charger adapter included in the box fills the phone's battery considerably in a short time. The battery, which reached 30 percent in just 11 minutes in the charging process that we started when the battery of the phone was completely empty, reached 62 percent in 24 minutes. At the end of an hour, it had reached 97 percent occupancy. It was fully charged in 60-70 minutes. Meanwhile, the phone was on, even if it was not used.

Wireless charging support is also among the features of the Huawei P40 Pro. Moreover, Huawei offers fast wireless charging with 27W. However, this requires a supporting accessory. Reverse wireless charging support also offers the same output as 27W.

On contrast, We have used Galaxy S20 Plus extensively throughout our experience. Maybe we didn't play many games, but we did a lot of things like browsing the internet, using social media apps, watching videos on YouTube or Netflix. We took photos and videos from time to time. We think most normal users will use it with this intensity. In this way, a little more than 24 hours passes between charges. If you don't want to stay halfway with the Galaxy S20 Plus, it would be a good idea to plug it in and charge it every night when you go to bed.

However, let's say you did not do it, and by noon on the second day, Galaxy S20 Plus has run out of charge. If you have a 25W charger adapter with you, you can quickly charge the Galaxy S20 Plus. It reaches close to 60 percent occupancy in half an hour. There is also support for wireless charging. If you can get a wireless charging adapter with 15W support, you can charge it faster than normal. There is also the reverse wireless charging feature, namely PowerShare. If you buy a device like Galaxy Buds + or Galaxy Watch Active 2, you can charge these accessories wirelessly with the Galaxy S20 Plus.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king


Huawei P40 Pro goes with a quad-camera on the rear as clarified: 50Mp (wide with f\1.9), 48MP (ultra-wide with f\1.8), 12MP (periscope telephoto with f\3.4) and TOF 3D, (depth). The cameras come with dual-LED flash and support OIS. Huawei P40 Pro has a 32MP wide front-facing camera with an f\2.2 with support for HDR and AF for marvelous shots. It also has the CMOS 1/1.28" sensor. The size of the sensor itself is unmatched, according to Huawei. The sensor on this device is the biggest in any device in the market. It also has the biggest Pixel size in any device. In contrast, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus comes with a quad- rear camera as mentioned: 12Mp (wide with f\1.8), 12MP (ultra-wide with f\2.2), 64MP (telephoto with f\2.0) and TOF 3D, (depth). The cameras come with dual-LED flash and support OIS. Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus has a dual 10MP wide front-facing camera with an f\2.2 with support for HDR and AF for incredible shots.   

Well, the comparison is really difficult. It's become more like a personal preference. Each camera comes with different capabilities and technologies with different contrast, brightness, and colors. So it's become difficult to choose the best photo. But to make it easy for you we can say that, The Galaxy provides more vivid colors while the P40 Pro provides saturated and cold colors.

Ultra-wide photos are excellent on all devices. The details are similar to the P40 Pro and S20 Plus, due to the high pixel numbers. But the P40 Pro is slightly better. The reason is because the new AI generation and the XD fusion used in the P40 Pro. These technologies take multiple photos and then merge them together to produce the best possible outcome.

According to zooming abilities, The S20+ supports 3x optical zoom with excellent results. It also supports digital zoom up to 30x, but the quality of the photo is clearly degraded. On the other hand, the P40 Pro supports optical zoom up to 5x with excellent results. It also supports Hybrid zoom up to 10x, with acceptable results, better than the other device. It also supports 50x digital zoom, but the quality of the photo is not that good.

In Night mode shooting, we've taken photos in a nearly dark place. The P40 Pro provides better details and sharpness. Sometimes, it isolates the background similar to portrait photos. The photos are greenish, though.  The S20+ provides good results, but it depends, and the light is less.

As for portrait photos, the photos are good on both devices, but there are some notes to discuss. The P40 Pro provides better edge detection. But it takes photos using the Ultra-Wide lens. You can also zoom up to 3x but the details are slightly degraded, while the S20+ provides good isolation, and it takes portrait photos using the wide and telephoto lens. The S20+ and P40 Pro are very similar, except for the colors.

The two devices support 4K@60fps videos. They provide high stability. The results on both devices are very good. The P40 Pro provides satisfactory details, and the colors are a bit colder compared to the S20+. On the other hand, The S20+ provides details similar to the iPhone 11 Pro, but the colors and more saturated and warm. Keep in mind that the P40 Pro supports Anti-Shake mode. It shoots videos with better stabilization in 4K resolution The S20+ also supports a similar feature called Super Steady mode, but it doesn't support 4K, it only supports is important to say that the S20+ supports 8K recording.

Regarding night videos, the P40 Pro performs better than the S20+ as it absorbs more light. You'll be able to see details you won't be able to see on other devices. It also provides better sharpness and smoothness.

slo-mo videos is another crucial point to discuss, the S20+ shoots videos with 960fps@720p. The outcome is very good, but the resolution is less than the iPhone 11 Pro. While the P40 Pro shoots 7680fps@720p slo-mo videos. The footages are very cool.

Both of them have reached a high peak with selfies. The details are very close between the P40 Pro and the S20+. Both of them, though suffer from extra skin smoothing.

Portrait selfies are excellent in both of them with color differences. The S20+ and P40 smooth face skin.

 S20 Plus and Huawei P40 Pro which one is the king


Huawei raises the design and material quality with each new flagship phone. Huawei P40 Pro is the phone with the best design and highest usage pleasure among Huawei branded smartphones we have seen so far. Handling and using the phone is a great pleasure. Despite its large screen, even one-handed use is very comfortable. The rear design is perhaps not perfect, but we can say that the best possible placement has been made for the high number and capable camera system. The transparent mirror-like color we have also looked very impressive.

The Huawei P40 Pro is basically a camera phone and it does well on this side. Thanks to its high resolution and capable cameras, you can take photos and videos with a quality that will satisfy you and above average in any environment. It will be enough for you to only carry the Huawei P40 Pro on your special days.

The screen it has is one of the biggest advantages of the P40 Pro. Although the high-resolution OLED screen has a large camera hole, it offers a satisfying visual experience. Even though it's the only speaker, this speaker is powerful enough and doesn't make you miss a second speaker. We can also describe a multimedia phone that would be sufficient for the Huawei P40 Pro. The Kirin 990 processor also offers the power to meet your needs in every field. On the battery side, the Huawei P40 Pro has a strong graphic.

If it came loaded with Google apps and the Google Play Store, many people would have chosen the Huawei P40 Pro without hesitation. The absence of apps and services that are of great importance to an Android phone makes consumers think. 

However, we have been using the Huawei P40 Pro for about a month without Google Play Store and Google apps. We can say that our experience is not much different from a normal Android phone. You can download most of your favorite apps from Huawei AppGallery or from secure third-party sources. The lack of YouTube is also eliminated by the mobile site. 

On the flip side, The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus seems to be a bit overshadowed due to the median member among the three models. Galaxy S20 Ultra, the model of this series with a larger screen and advanced features, attracted attention. In fact, the Galaxy S20 Plus manages to deliver many of the functions and performance you expect from a flagship phone. It has a very stylish design, it feels like you are using a high-priced phone with high-quality materials. The OLED screen also offers bright, vivid colors, and it provides visual pleasure.

High-end Android phone performance is offered with an eight-core Exynos 990 processor and other accompanying components. Galaxy S20 Plus does not experience any stuttering or congestion in games and applications that require high performance, such as photo editing and video production. The battery performance may not be up to two days, but with the presence of fast charging, you will not have any problems with the battery. Wireless charging and reverse wireless charging are also important plus.

In terms of software, it is pleasing to see Android 10 and One UI 2 coming on it. Moreover, with Samsung Daily, the panel on the far left of the main screen that we do not use much becomes a little more useful. It's also good that Netflix and Spotify have been integrated into this area in more ways. Quick Share is also a useful feature. With the arrival of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series phones, the possibility of sharing with other people will expand.

Although the Galaxy S20 Ultra stands out more in terms of camera capabilities, the quad-camera system of the Galaxy S20 Plus, which also includes a 64-megapixel camera, works well. You can easily use Galaxy S20 Plus on your special days. Having 8K video recording capability sounds nice, but we don't think you will use it much in practice.

As a result, the Galaxy S20 Plus is an Android phone that is worth 700USD. Is it worth spending around1,500USD for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, it's hard to make a comment since we haven't experienced that phone yet. However, we think that those who prefer the Galaxy S20 Plus will not regret these choices. What do you think? Do you have one of them? Do they worth a try? Share your thoughts with us.

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