In terms of connectivity, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G offers everything your heart desires. There is NFC for cashless payments via Samsung Pay or Google Pay and Bluetooth version 5.0. In addition to WLAN-AC, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G also supports the latest AX standard. And this is a forward-looking device - of course, it is about 5G network support. From the physical connectors, the smartphone has only a USB-C port - unfortunately, the manufacturer abandoned the headphone jack and apparently does not intend to return to it.
I did not expect any problems in this field and the actually - Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G did not have the slightest problems with neither the range nor the quality of calls. Everything can be heard perfectly, my interlocutors did not notice the problems either - which means that the noise reduction works great and the microphone collects sound very well.
Memory and performance
Galaxy S20 Plus comes in two memory versions - 128 and 512 GB. We received a smaller version, which gives the user 108 GB of actual data space. If this is not enough, the memory can be expanded by up to 1 TB using a microSD card (hybrid socket). This does not mean that you must give up two art SIM – S20+ 5G also supports e-SIM.
We are dealing with the European version of Galaxy S20, which means that we will not find here the top Snapdragon 865 processor, but the company’s Exynos 990 with a maximum clock speed of 2.73 GHz, which is supported by the Mali-G77MP11 graphics and 12 GB of RAM. In practice, S20+ 5G copes with virtually any application, games and all multimedia - and performance exceeds most full-size laptops. I did not notice any major problems with heating - during some benchmarks, the housing became visibly warmer, just like during longer gaming sessions or 8K recording, but these were not temperatures that would translate into a drastic reduction in performance or user comfort.