Does the Galaxy S20 have a microSD card slot?
Best answer: Samsung has included a microSD card slot on all variants of the Galaxy S20, with support for microSD cards up to 1TB in size.
- The next big thing: Samsung Galaxy S20 (From $1,000 at Samsung)
- Double your S20 storage: Samsung EVO Select 128GB ($20 at Amazon)
A legacy feature returns
Samsung has always been good about including a microSD card slot for its S-series flagship phones, and the tradition continues with the Galaxy S20.
It's especially good news considering that the standard S20 is only available with 128GB, whereas the S20 Plus and Ultra have options for 512GB. The 128GB should be plenty for most people who want to store apps, photos, videos, and more locally.
The good news is that microSD cards have never been cheaper and you can double up your storage for just $20. If you're looking to save money on your already expensive phone purchase, it might be worthwhile to pick up a microSD card instead of paying extra for built-in storage.
We recommend snagging a Samsung EVO Select microSD, which are available in sizes from 32GB up to 512GB. The 128GB seems like a sensible place to start, but you just might be tempted to go with the 512GB variant which is currently available for around $85.
Want more options for microSDs? Check out our list of the best microSD cards for Android and find the right brand and size that suits your needs.
The next big thing
The flagship to beat in 2020
Samsung is taking things to an entirely new level with the Galaxy S20. The phone sports a stunning 120Hz AMOLED display, the latest internal hardware, 5G connectivity, and a fresh new design.
Double down on your phone's storage
This has long been our preferred card for three reasons: it's reliable, it's fast, and it goes on sale frequently. The 128GB card is a particularly great deal for doubling up your Galaxy S20's storage.
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Marc Lagace was an Apps and Games Editor at Android Central between 2016 and 2020. You can reach out to him on Twitter [@spacelagace.