Samsung's annual offerings continue to push the limits of what we expect from smartphones, and that extends well into the world of mobile gaming. The Galaxy S20 is the latest flagship in Samsung's lineup, and as far as gaming goes, it's an absolute beast. Not only does Samsung's Quad HD AMOLED display offer vibrant colors and a razer sharp resolution, there's a 120Hz refresh rate that allows for buttery smooth animations to take your gaming to the next level. Powering all of your games is some of the best silicone in the business. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 is at the heart of the Galaxy S20, and paired with 12GB of RAM, you end up with a phone that can handle every game imaginable. We're also geeked out about the 4,000 mAh battery, which should give you plenty of endurance even with heavy usage. Other highlights include 128GB of expandable storage, a great in-hand size that's not too big and not too small, and compatibility with all U.S. carriers. The lack of a headphone jack is a bummer, but it's simply a sign of the times at this point.
Pros: Fantastic Super AMOLED display 120Hz refresh rate Snapdragon 865 with 12GB of RAM Gaming Mode and Game Launcher Expandable storage via microSD
Cons: There isn't a headphone jack Slippery, all-glass design demands a case