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What you need to know about 5G, 100x zoom phone

Samsung is ready for a closer close-up and hoping you’re finally ready to embrace 5G.

Its newest offerings in the Galaxy line of 5G phones, announced in San Francisco on Tuesday, come in three variants: the S20, the S20+ and the S20 Ultra, with the chief differences among them coming down to screen size, color, camera and price.

The S20 has a 6.2-inch Quad HD+ display and goes for $999.99; the S20+ has a 6.7-inch display and is at $1,199.99 to start, and the S20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch screen and is at $1,399.99 on up. Preorders begin Feb. 21, with the devices in stores March 6. 

All three models come with 12GB of RAM (with a 16GB option for the Ultra). Though there are other factors, more RAM lets you return to previously used apps faster, including games that might otherwise take a long time to load. All three have 120Hz displays that, in theory anyway, promise a seamless mobile gaming experience. And they all have a minimum of 128GB of storage, along with the ability to upgrade via optional microSD cards. 

The phones all have sizable batteries, too, with the Ultra having the biggest.

Samsung S20 Ultra

What is the Z Flip? 

You might have seen the ad Samsung ran during Sunday’s Oscars broadcast, showcasing the foldable “statement” $1,380 Z Flip that was also unveiled in San Francisco. It comes in gold, purple or black and folds to about half its size like a wallet or unfolds at any angle, similar to a laptop. It will be available Friday.



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