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Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a phone that, in many respects, meets expectations. Though it gives top specs in almost every category, the phone feels like it’s still catching up to its competitors.

We did not think Samsung would win the best all-around award for having created such a wonderful piece of equipment that is good for many people. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 was the company’s first note device. Phones aren’t the only thing in it. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is a retreat from past Samsung blockbusters Like the S20 Ultra and Note 10 Plus.

Design:

If I can smell and see that this is a note, then I am certain that it is one. As a result, the note 20 Ultra’s design is akin to the boxy-coveted display language of Samsung, as it was used since note 8 three years ago.

In this case, however, note 20 combines science and design to realize something on a relatively small scale. On the front, the little difference between Note 20 Ultra and Note 10+ is their only slightly larger screens.

If you turn the phone around, however, you are greeted by the huge camera module of Ultra, along with the fact that your phone can’t lie flat on the table. Samsung’s AMOLED displays have always been impressive – almost flawless in many ways – with seamless, inky black colors and a daytime luminance that is around 20 percent higher than their predecessors’ display.

Performance: 

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes as no surprise. The Snapdragon 865+, however, has a 10% boost in the Prime core clocks, and a GPU that is 10% faster, so if performance is your top priority, it should be adequate. Furthermore, the Snapdragon 888 has lower silicon than recent flagships.

Having said that, the Ultra Note 20 makes regular tasks seem easy. It’s all over the place. Exynos-powered Samsung devices are also less efficient and powerful than those powered by Qualcomm.

Battery:

The S20 Ultra, for example, has a 5,000mAh battery. Its 120Hz screen means that it can easily go from morning to night with just a little bit of juice changed. On the charge front, you consider several uncomplicated options. 25W loading is supported by the Note 20 Ultra.

It took a reasonable amount of time to charge. It took a reasonable amount of time to charge. A 15-minute charge reached 31% net, while 30 minutes reached 58%, and 60 minutes reached 92%. Just over 71 minutes were required to completely charge from dead.

Slow ups and reverse wireless charging are limited to 4.5W since wireless charging is limited to 15W when used with devices like Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. Compared to the S20 series reverse charge rate, that’s half. The reason for the drop-in reverse charge rates wasn’t provided by Samsung.

Camera: 

With its Note 20 Ultra, Samsung has finally caught up with the Samsung Galaxy Note series where mobile photography is concerned. By default, the camera uses a 12-megapixel camera with a 108MP sensor. There are two 12MP cameras on it, one is optical and the other is 12MP.

This feature was removed in place of the time-of-flight camera from the Note 20 Ultra. Among Samsung’s features are 50x zooming and 8K video capture. To a pixel-rich primary sensor, an additional 108MP shooter is added.

A sensor like that is a double-edged sword: it lets in lighter and, at the same time, offers amazingly detailed images. With this sensor, the Note 20 Ultra performs well in low light conditions. In addition to having excellent spatial detail, this photo is technically superior to other high-resolution sensors that are not as down in low-light settings.

Software:

By using a Samsung phone’s One UI interface, you can either adore it or hate it. The Samsung Note 20 Ultra was delivered with Samsung’s One UI 2.5 software, an update to Android 10 that came in February 2021, which was replaced by Android 11 and One UI 3.1 for the Note 20 Ultra.

Several little changes are made to the user experience that works together to make it better. If you don’t like Samsung software, this won’t change your mind. It is encouraging, however, that the corporation takes customer concerns seriously.

All Samsung’s first-party apps and the basic user interface are designed and maintained with a coherence that can be appreciated. There was something extremely polished about the Note 20 Ultra, which attracted competitors to it.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G specs

  • Body: 164.8×77.2×8.1mm, 208g; Glass front (Gorilla Glass Victus), glass back (Gorilla Glass Victus), stainless steel frame; IP68 dust/water resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 mins); Colors: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, Mystic White.
  • Display: 6.90″ Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 1440x3088px resolution, 19.3:9 aspect ratio, 496ppi; HDR10+, Always-on display, 120Hz@FHD/60Hz@QHD refresh rate.
  • Chipset: Exynos 990 (7 nm+) – Global, Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865+ (7 nm+) – USA: Octa-core (2×2.73 GHz Mongoose M5 & 2×2.50 GHz Cortex-A76 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55) – Global, Octa-core (1×3.00 GHz Kryo 585 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 585) – USA; Mali-G77 MP11 – Global, Adreno 650 – USA.
  • Memory: 128GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, 512GB 12GB RAM; UFS 3.0; microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot).
  • OS/Software: Android 10, One UI 2.5.
  • Rear camera: Wide (main): 108 MP, f/1.8, 26mm, 1/1.33″, 0.8µm, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS; Telephoto: 12 MP, f/3.0, 120mm periscope, 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS, 5x optical zoom, 50x hybrid zoom; Ultra wide angle: 12 MP, f/2.2, 13mm, 1/2.55″, 1.4µm; LED flash, auto-HDR, panorama.
  • Front camera: 10 MP, f/2.2, 26mm (wide), 1/3.2″, 1.22µm, Dual Pixel PDAF; Dual video call, Auto-HDR.
  • Video capture: Rear camera: 8K@24fps, 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/240fps, 720p@960fps, HDR10+, stereo sound rec., gyro-EIS & OIS; Front camera: 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30fps.
  • Battery: 4500mAh; Fast charging 25W, USB Power Delivery 3.0, Fast Qi/PMA wireless charging, Reverse wireless charging 9W.
  • Misc: Fingerprint (under display, ultrasonic), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer; NFC; FM radio (Snapdragon model only; market/operator dependent); Samsung Wireless DeX (desktop experience support), ANT+, Bixby natural language commands and dictation; Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard certified); S Pen Stylus, 9ms latency (Bluetooth integration, accelerometer, gyro).

Pros:

  • A description of the top line’s characteristics and performance
  • Integrating style makes all the difference
  • The response to a fingerprint is displayed on the display
  • Writing with the S Pen is more immediate
  • Several days of battery life
  • Beautiful picture
  • The design is beautiful

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Charging speed is not competitive

Final Thoughts

I have found the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from Samsung to be a wonderful phone in more ways than one. Price-value equations become less relevant in the absence of a given price level. In this segment, most people do not compare prices but desire products that are excellent and well-functioning.

This is completely advisable according to the new note. Our liking of the phone increases as we spend more time on it. The Note 20 Ultra has a powerful camera, and is extremely well constructed for a large phone despite missing 120Hz at 2K.

What do you think?

Written by HackerVibes

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