Curious to find out if the newly unveiled Galaxy S20 line of phones have upgradeable storage? Well you’re in luck as we’ve created a detailed guide explaining which Galaxy S20 phones have a microSD card slot.
This means you’ll be able to add up 1TB to whichever configuration of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra you choose.
Though, you’ll have to be a serious power user to need that much more storage space as all the phones feature a healthy amount of internal storage. The Galaxy S20 comes with 128GB of storage by default. The Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra feature 128GB and 512GB options.
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The Galaxy S20 is the latest flagship line of phones from Samsung. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra at its Unpacked event earlier this week.
The phones replace last year’s Galaxy S10 as the firm’s flagship offering and feature a wealth of technical upgrades.
Highlights include improved 5G connectivity, reworked rear camera setups and a new, never before seen 120Hz refresh rate AMOLED screen.
We’ve only had a chance to have a quick play with the new phones, but our opening impressions are positive. All three feel like significant upgrades on the S10 family and we’re keen to see how the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra perform with more in-depth testing.
For a more detailed look at the devices’ hardware make sure to check out our Galaxy S20 review hands-on page.
We’re expecting yet more next-generation smartphones to appear in the coming months. Google’s expected to unveil new Pixel 4a and Pixel 4a XL handsets in the very near future.
Huawei’s also expected to unveil its new P40 line ahead of MWC 2020 (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona at the end of the month.