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The Galaxy S20 trio is here, which is your favorite model and what color would you go for?

The Galaxy S20 trio is here, which is your favorite model and what color would you go for?
The Galaxy S20 family is now officially here in all its glory. If you've missed the official announcements, catch up with the news from the links below:

We have plenty of articles around the S20 models for you to read, but here, you're the one that will do most of the work. Don't worry, we're not asking you to review the phones in the comment section, just to give your opinion in a couple of polls. 

First off, tell us which of the three Galaxy S20 phones you like the best and would buy (if you had to get one of them). 

Which Galaxy S20 model would you go for?

Galaxy S20 offers everything I want
Galaxy S20+ is the golden middle, that's where I'm at
Galaxy S20 Ultra, I need that Space Zoom!

Yes, the S20 and S20+ are fairly similar, as usual, but still, there are enough differences to warrant separate models. And the Ultra, well... it's something else, that's for sure. We completely understand why Samsung went for that name. But let's not get distracted!

So, you've chosen the model, you're halfway there. Now tell us which color catches your eye.

Which Galaxy S20 color is your favorite?

Cosmic Grey
Cloud Blue (S20 and S20+ only)
Cosmic Black (S20+ and S20 Ultra only)
Cloud Pink (S20 only)

We were hoping that the Galaxy S20 Ultra will get a unique color option, but alas, only gray and black. It's not like anyone will mistake it for another model, though, not with that thing on the back of it.

And that's it. Now you can go down to the comments and share with us why those were the choices you've made. 



8. magnaroader

Posts: 75; Member since: Feb 25, 2016

What is wrong with the world we live in? $1000+ for a goddamn phone? Also what exactly does it offer that is even worth that much for the ultra model? Xiaomi already sold a phone for $650 with that same 108mp sensor. Nothing about the ultra proves to me it's worth the asking price

6. Demo-jay

Posts: 107; Member since: Feb 13, 2018


10. pimpin83z

Posts: 651; Member since: Feb 08, 2019

Your point?


Posts: 495; Member since: Nov 21, 2016

Can't deal with a 7" screen. I'd settle with the 6.2" not giving up too much from the Ultra tbh.

4. Fellwalker

Posts: 549; Member since: Apr 04, 2014

Crazy amount of money. Overpromised 100x zoom. Ridiculous bulges out the back. Regrettably narrower aspect ratio (though you call it taller), especially as that then means a hole in the extended display. At least they seem to have moved away from the annoying bent edges, and are providing decent batteries. Sad to see the headphone socket gone - I do use that as well as Bluetooth. I'm really not sure how the colour matters, because most I see use a case of some sort that hides it. No reason to upgrade from my Note 9 - yet.

2. libra89

Posts: 2354; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

They did a nice job, I'm a fan of the pink. For the sake of my hands, I went with the S20 base. I am a little sad about not having a phone as small as the S10e though this time around.

1. ZEUS.the.thunder.god

Posts: 1191; Member since: Oct 05, 2011

Waiting for the Note 20 Ultra ;) Samsung has knocked it outta park with the S20 Series. I know pricing sucks, but luckily there are plenty of options out there (Samsung/Non-Samsung) for every price point. I'm hoping Samsung launches Note 20 Ultra, with a bigger display (6.99 - 7.4 inches) and even a bigger battery.

7. Dr.Phil

Posts: 2577; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

I think the Note 20 will just match the S20+ in screen size judging by Samsung’s history. Rumors have it the Galaxy Fold 2 would serve as the second Note series device. Possibly called the Galaxy Note Fold.

9. magnaroader

Posts: 75; Member since: Feb 25, 2016

I really hope they don't merge the fold and note series as we don't need the notes turning into $2000 over priced messes. If Anything, I was liking the direction they went with an optional LITE model for the note series. Something for the people that see thru all the latest specs hype
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