This Galaxy S20 guide shows each part of Galaxy S20 layout and explains to you the functions of these parts on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.
The layout of Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra is almost identical, although the 3 models differ significantly in size and camera features (as explained in this page).
So, this guide applies to the layout of Galaxy S10, S20+, and S20 Ultra. In the text, we use the Galaxy S20 layout refers to all of these 3 models.
Why do you need to know about Galaxy S20 layout?
After unboxing Galaxy S20, the first thing you want to do is powering on the phone.
But where is the power button? If you are an owner of Galaxy Note 10 (or Note 10+), then you may find the power button (side key) is not relocated back to the right.
If you want to record an audio clip (especially in the interview mode), you probably need to know the location of the two microphones.
If you want to use NFC, use wireless charging, or use wireless PowerShare, you need to know the location of antennas and coils.
If you are new to the in-display fingerprint sensor, you need to know where to put your fingers on.
Anyway, all Galaxy S20 owners need to know the layout of Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra so that you can use the phone effectively.
Galaxy S20 layout
In the picture below, 15 items of the Galaxy S20 layout are illustrated.
On the front of Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, you can find the main display (screen), in-display fingerprint reader, and the front camera.
#1. The screen
About 90% of the front part of Galaxy S20 is what Samsung called “Dynamic AMOLED 2X” screen.
It is actually just a new iteration of Samsung’s Super AMOLED. By default, the colour is vivid and sharp, but oversaturated.
Of course, you can change the default Vivid screen mode to Natural mode with more accurate colours.
Please note, the only screen difference of Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra is the size. The technology, resolution and features are identical.
The Galaxy S20 touchscreen gestures were explained in this page.