Few Tips Power & Charging Issues Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra

Samsung recently revealed a range of new Galaxy Phones for the year 2020. Among those to steal the show were the Galaxy Z Slip and the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The Galaxy S20 will have three variants: the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20, the 6.7-inch Galaxy S20 plus and the 6.9-inch Galaxy S20 Ultra. The prices of these phones start at $1000, $1200 and $1400 respectably. Of the three variants, the S20 Ultra has the most advanced camera setup. The difference between the three variants respectively are:

The Samsung Galaxy S20:

This is the most basic S20 model in the lineup. It will come with a 6.2 inch OLED display. The resolution of this smartphone is Quad HD. The three cameras on the back will be of 12MP+64MP+12MP and the camera in the front will be of 10MP. It will run with an Exynos 990 processor chip. The RAM of the phone will be either 8GB or 12GB, depending on the variant which you are purchasing. It will come with an internal storage of 128GB. The battery will be 4000 mAh which is considerably good. It is rated IP68 water-resistant. There will be an optional 5G variant available as well. The phone will start from a range of $1,349.

The Samsung Galaxy S20+:

This is a variant which is a grade above the base model S20. It will come with a 6.7 inch OLED display. The resolution again will be Quad HD. There is no difference in the back and front cameras except that there will be an added ToF Feature on the back camera. Again, it will run on an Exynos 990 processor. The RAM variant will depend on you whether you purchase the 8GB or 12GB variant. The internal storage will come in two options of 128GB and 512GB. There will be an increased battery size of 4500 mAh. The phone will be IP68 water resistant naturally. A 5G model is again an option that you have to take whether you want to purchase that one or not. It will start at $1,499.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra:

This is the best and most powerful variant in the series of S20. It will come with a 6.9 inch OLED display. The resolution will be the same – Quad HD. But there is a huge difference in the back cameras. The back cameras will be 108MP+48MP+12MP+ToF. If you are wondering about the front camera, it will have a 40 MP camera. The phone will run on Exynos 990 processor only. There will be two RAM variants available for you to choose from – 12GB and 16GB. The internal storage again will come in two options – 128GB and 512GB. If you are thinking about the battery, the battery is again upgraded to 5000 mAh, which means your device will run for a long period than usual. The phone is IP68 water-resistant. It will be 5G only and it will start from a price of $1,999.

All of the three smartphones have some great features and that is why they are priced this high. It is hard to determine if paying almost $1,999 for a smartphone is worth it or not, but one thing is sure that the quality you will get will be high.

Few Tips Power & Charging Issues Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra:

Check the charging port for water damage or corrosion.

Check the charging port for bent or broken pins and lint.

If the device won’t power on, press and hold the Power button for 5-10 seconds.

If the device powers on, but doesn’t hold a charge, power cycle the device then charge fully and re-test.

Ensure a manufacturer-approved wall plug and USB charging cable are used to avoid extended charging times or other charging issues.

If using a wireless charger, ensure it’s certified and marked by the Qi logo.

While connected to the wall charger, attempt to power on the device.

If device doesn’t power on, wait 1-2 minutes and re-test.

Verify the device and/or charger display the appropriate charging/LED indicator.

If the battery is extremely low, the display may remain blank for up to 5 minutes before a low battery image appears. It may take 15 minutes to 2 hours before the device can be powered up.

Attempt to power on the device using an alternate manufacturer-approved charger, if available.

If the device still won’t power on, trickle charge using a manufacturer-approved USB cable plugged into a computer. Many times devices that are completely dead recover after 45 minutes to 2 hours using this trickle-charge method. After the device recovers, finish charging by plugging into a wall outlet.

While connected to the wall charger, press and hold the Power, Volume Up and Volume Down buttons for 1-2 full minutes.

This process may help power on the device when only pressing the Power button is unsuccessful.

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