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Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus has price slashed by $250 at Amazon

If the $1,200 starting price of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Plus put you off buying one on day one, Amazon is running a promotion right now that may just tempt you to pull out your credit card. For today only, the price of the 128GB model is discounted by $250, dropping the phone to just $949.99. This is a record-equalling low price we’ve seen yet on the S20+, but you only have today to score these savings.

There are tons of Android handsets released each year, but the Samsung Galaxy S phones are always worth paying attention to. 2020’s Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup is no different.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is the middle model in the S20 line, offering a 6.7-inch 120Hz Quad HD+ AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 12GB RAM, and 128GB of built-in storage. It also has a microSD slot so you can easily expand the built-in storage with minimal extra expense.

Water-resistance and wireless charging are, of course, present and the addition of 5G support means you can experience a superfast internet connection right now if you happen to live somewhere with 5G service. At the very least, you’re future-proofing yourself in that regard if you plan to keep this phone for several years.

The cameras are a key area of improvement in the S20 line this year. Both the S20 and S20+ phones still have a 12MP lens for the primary camera, but the pixels are about 30% larger so that substantially more light can be let into a shot. The telephoto camera has also been upgraded, now featuring a 64MP sensor with up to 30X zoom, as well as better low-light performance. Check out our Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review for more detail on exactly how well it works.

We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S20 as well as links to our extensive coverage to help you figure out which phone is right for you.

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