Samsung recently launched its gorgeous new set of flagship phones for 2019, the Galaxy M20 and the Galaxy M20 Plus. Both phones are the most innovative design the smartphone industry has seen in a very long time and together they represent the direction that the sector is going in. It is certain that in 5 years, all smartphones may be like the Samsung Galaxy M20 and M20 Plus look today. It is also quite sure that every competitor’s 2017 flagship will appear something similar to the Samsung flagships do, whether it is Apple’s next iPhone or OnePlus’ soon to be released fifth attempt at a flagship killer; the OnePlus 5. For now though, both Galaxy M20 siblings stand on their own, with their huge screens and lack of chin or forehead, offering them a screen to body ratio that are the envy of every other phone maker and every other phone owner too.
If however you’re among the lucky few to already own Samsung M20 Back Covers or the larger Galaxy M20 Plus, things aren’t all rosy. One of the downsides of having a phone that is certainly almost all screen on one side is that it is very likely to get damaged than some other phone out there. Whereas normally you’d just select from among the many covers or cases on the market and pop them on your own Galaxy M20 or M20 Plus, things are not simple.
A smoother, rounder look debuts on the M20 overtaking through the more rectangular look of their predecessor, the S2. The pebble-style casing reminds us from the Galaxy Nexus smartphone and although doesn’t look that modern, the gentle curves enable the hand to mould around the device. It is good to view that the camera has become almost flush using the main body from the phone rather than the slightly ugly and awkward raised lens housing sported through the S2.
As it is now standard Android smartphone fare, the 3 back, home and menu buttons are at the bottom in the screen, with only the home button a physical one, the other two being touch sensitive. The other keys are the power or lock key and also the volume rocker switch, both located on the top right-hand side of the casing.
For any once range topping device the M20 feels a bit cheap. Too much plastic is definitely the culprit and though it is of great quality, without any nicer materials including aluminium, titanium or Kevlar (as found on the Motorola Razr i XT890) it truly struggles to feel premium. We’d much rather have a little bit more weight when it meant we might loose some the plastic.
The acres of smooth plastic also don’t help with the handling in the device because it is often a tad too shiny and slippery to become gripped firmly. For anyone looking for a more upmarket feel, the HTC One, iPhone 5 and Sony Xperia T are three smartphones that offers more premium materials.
Are Wallet cases the answer? Normal cases ruin the fantastic design of the Samsung Galaxy M20 phones. They either don’t provide enough protection towards the screen or maybe they do chances are they totally ruin the bezel free effect ajoyzv Samsung has achieved with all the Galaxy M20 phones. The answer then, for those people who own both of these phones, are to choose Galaxy M20 and M20 Plus Leather Wallet Cases, which offer complete screen protection when closed but enable you to enjoy that huge screen completely, when open.
There are any number of print on demand sites in Asian countries, that provide designer Leather Wallet cases and covers for Galaxy M20 online. With a large number of designs to pick from when it comes to Leather Wallet Cases for Galaxy M20 Plus, people who own the phones are spoilt for choice. if you have got a Galaxy M20 or M20 Plus, skip your back covers and buy your wallet case to your new phone! We now have recently launched a variety of leather wallet for Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M20 Plus and many other units. Check out the given links to find out more.