The smallest of the three Galaxy S20 models may seem boring next to its big brothers, but don't be so quick to overlook it. The regular S20 is the best of the trio for value, for one-handed power-users, and for shutterbugs, too.
The Galaxy S20 includes exciting new additions like a 120Hz screen, but it misses out on one important feature: the 3.5mm jack. You'll need to use Bluetooth headphones with your Galaxy S20 so you don't have to go the dongle route. Go wireless!
Keep your hands on the wheel and your focus on the road with these car mounts for the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20 FE. Whether you need to keep it front and center while you drive or off to the side and charging, there's a mount for everyone.
There's never enough storage when you're downloading movies and TV shows to watch offline, but thankfully you can get high-capacity, high-performance microSD cards to expand your Galaxy S20. Here are the best cards you can buy today.
Samsung's Galaxy Ultra devices are all about offering the most powerful, versatile cameras in the smartphone world. So what happens when we pit them against each other? It might not be as clear cut as you'd expect.
There's no reason to dismiss a perfectly good phone just because it isn't the latest and greatest option on the market. The Galaxy S20+ is still a terrific phone, despite having been replaced with the S21+ in Samsung's flagship lineup, and right now, you can find a great deal on a refurbished model.
No matter how big a phone's battery may be, there's a good chance it'll still run dead during a long day of travel or rushing around a theme park. Here are the best power banks to keep your S20 alive in these trying times.
The Galaxy S20 FE is the latest in Samsung's crusade to dominate every pricing tier with a well-rounded device that makes the appropriate sacrifices while maintaining the company's standards for quality and performance.
If you have a Galaxy S20 but can't pull your eyes away from the new camera design and the more functional finesse of the Samsung Galaxy S21, the question of whether or not to upgrade is harder than ever to answer. Or, it would be if Samsung's marketing department wasn't pulling out all the stops right now for you.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra brings an even better display and cameras, along with a more powerful Snapdragon 888 processor, but that might not be enough to warrant an upgrade — unless the S Pen is a priority for you.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 may not be the newest Galaxy S in the race these days, but there's still plenty to like. Whether you want to learn more about its design, specs, or price, here's absolutely everything you need to know.