Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exciting Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 2020 is reviewing many bets on new phones including the best camera on Android phones and the best-looking display on any phone. This is the only pen-embedded handset that we recommend. When the competition is low, don’t be unsafe – you just need to raise funds for this powerful “everything” element. ۔

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is probably the right phone in the wrong situation. The latest power phone is too expensive for the global recession and its feature set will be too extensive for many people.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is a perfect example of when the phone goes so far beyond its specs that it is good for many users. With features like a 5,000 mAh battery, up to 16GB of RAM, and 100x room zoom, the S20 Ultra was a performance demonstration from Samsung that had a leaf that the name includes the word ultra. With the S Pen Styles from Samsung, you can take pictures again from a distance. We surprised our friends with the super slow-motion video at 960 frames per second, even if it contains the Galaxy S9 Plus era.

RAM

The Note 20 Ultra is the complete package from Samsung: it has a 6.9-inch 120 Hz display that moves with the flow under your finger, a high-speed chipset, 12 GB of RAM (some of the best laptops), and a 5G speed and all-day battery life. S Pen also offers great new features, such as B. syncing audio recordings with your notes (students and journalists will love it at lectures). Electricity consumers have no complaints. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (from 1,299) is by far the most advanced large-screen phone as it is so much more than a phone.

However, when it comes to the core of the Note range, Samsung has made a significant change: the S Pen is now 9mm shorter and, in combination with the display’s refresh rate of 120Hz, the stylus is now faster. The speed allows for smooth typing but has all the new features and an upgraded S-Pen to justify the price of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from 99-1299, or wait to find the flagship of the next Note that is better than too?

 Design

With the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung has made its most beautiful mobile phone of all time. In combination with the sophisticated, mystical bronze color, the handset is in the corner office with watchful edges.

I also like the fact that, unlike the Aura Glow Fortune, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus resists fingerprints well. You can also get the Note 20 Ultra Mystic Black and Mystic White.

I don’t like the design at all. Firstly, the camera patch on the back is huge and bulky, which not only reminds me of the brass core but supports the entire phone. You can hear the phone shaking when you press the top of the display.

And while curved displays are sexy, accidental typing can occur when holding the phone. In some cases, my screen tapes were not registered because I did not feel my other hand interfering with the panel.

S-pen

With the Note 10 and Note 10+, Samsung dropped the ball when it decided to move the volume and power buttons to the left of the phone, but it overturned that decision for the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. have done. However, the S-pen is now on the left side of the phone, which can add some habits to long-term users. It didn’t bother me too much, but I’m not exactly what you call a heavy S Pen user so your experience may be different. Even so, I can say with confidence that after the first few days you will not understand a problem.

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch display that is similar to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but the traditional-style boxer design makes the Note 20 Ultra a bit more cumbersome to use with one hand. However, if you do buy a note it is expected to be part of a larger screen and body package. However, there are a few important things to consider about Note 20 Ultra when you purchase this phone. Oh, and remember, this phone doesn’t have a headphone jack. If you’re in the US, you won’t find any USB-C AKG earbuds in the box unless you ask them.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Display

The Note 20 Ultra is the first and only Note smartphone with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and absolutely breathtaking. The screen updates twice as fast as a standard display, and you get smooth animation and scrolling. S Pan’s low lag is also a direct result of the high refresh rate. Additionally, the on-screen touchscreen rate is 240Hz, which means the phone will respond faster to your touch. This can make a difference when playing a competitive game like PUBG.

While using the display, I found that scrolling in Chrome is much smoother and faster with Inoptive mode enabled. If you want to save the last drop of juice, you can always choose 60 Hz.

I also tried Dead Trigger 2 games, one of which is a title suitable for the 120Hz panel. When I attended zombie shoots and dark corridors, the game looked smooth and responsive.

In fact, when the variable update rate is on the move, you really won’t be able to tell – it’s all very smooth. Unlike S4 series phones, the Note 20 Ultra doesn’t even spin 120 Hz when the battery drops to 5 ° C or when the phone’s temperature reaches 42-43 ° C. Unfortunately if you’re using high frame rates, you’re still limited to the Full HD + resolution. It’s nothing that bothers me, but if you like your screen as fast as possible and want the joys of a high refresh rate screen, the Note 20 Ultra is not for you.

The Note 20 Ultra’s screen produced 121.5% of the SRGG color in natural mode and 201.2% in vivid mode, compared to 118.6% on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The Note 20 Ultra beats Apple exactly and registers a delta E value of 0.24 compared to the iPhone 11 Pro Max of 0.28.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Cameras

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra marks a significant pattern shift for the camera experience on Note flagships, just like the Galaxy, the S20 Ultra for Samsung’s leading flagship range earlier this year. It gets Samsung’s new camera as a new camera, but it also has a laser sensor to detect AutoFox issues plaguing the Galaxy S20 Ultra and giving it the status of a $ 1,400 phone. Causes Frustration I’m sure you are wondering if the laser sensor is actually working and I’m happy to say it does. Mainly.

The 108-megapixel camera option seems overwhelming, but it can come in handy when you really want the freedom to take a picture. Just make sure you have enough ambient light as this setting will be used outdoors.

Note 20 Ultra doesn’t have this problem. Even in extremely low light, you will rarely see it hunting. However, when you tap the screen to manually focus on a specific part of the scene, especially when shooting something nearby, it sometimes completely loses focus. It doesn’t happen regularly, but I’ve tested it with the phone twice a week so the laser sensor doesn’t completely fix the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s autofocus issues. But again, Note 20 Ultra’s autofocus is much better and doesn’t give you any less reason to complain.

100x Zoom

Depending on the lighting conditions and the way we looked at the photos (on a phone screen versus a large computer monitor), Samsung’s images were as clear as 10x zoom. No, this telephoto lens doesn’t have the 100x room zoom function as shown in our S20 Ultra Camera test, but the loss of that quality between 50x and 100x made it largely unusable.

The Wave Finder jumps a bit too much at all levels of zoom, especially with one-handed movements. Samsung has also scaled back post-processing to the point that the phone doesn’t sharpen images like the Galaxy S20 Ultra and often looks like the output is fuzzy, although that’s just a lack of sharp detail. This needs to be fixed and I hope the Samsung software update will make this work after the phone is sold.

Daylight selfies offer good detail, accurate skin tones, and a pretty good range of motion, although faces are sometimes a bit smoother, even when the beauty isn’t quite right. There is some noise indoors and in low light, but the results are good unless it is dark. You get modes like Live Focus, Live Focus Video, Hyperlepsia and Night Hyperlepsia, Super Slow, Mon, Food, and Panorama. Neither of these modes is different from the latest Galaxy flagships.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra S Pen

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra uses the fast 9MS response time for its S Pen. Which creates a better paper feel than the pen when taking notes or drawing.

In addition, S Pen is now offering new features everywhere in the five locations and generating aerial actions from the Galaxy Note 10 series. You can go back to the home screen. Take a screenshot, return to the current app, and do many more gestures. These practice a little before you can memorize every action. That takes place anywhere based on the signal.

Other pen upgrades are offered in the form of software. The improved Samsung Notes app now includes live sync. So you can save all your notes to the clouds and then access them from any device.

Performance & Software

The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra use the same Exynos 990 processor. As the Galaxy S20 series in most countries, contrary to the rumors that led us to believe. And without the Snapdragon 865+ variant of the phone. I really can’t tell if there is a huge difference between the two. And let’s see if we can thoroughly compare the Xenos and Snapdragon variants. Has to wait Exynos variable contract buyers are currently being found.

The Note 20 Ultra works just as well as the flagship. I noticed that it wasn’t as hot as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, or at least most of the time. However, it’s also worth noting (no pin intended) that the Galaxy S20 series has seen some improvements through software updates. And the S20 Ultra doesn’t get that hot in the first few firmware versions so I can ‘۔ Are you really saying the Note 20 Ultra is better.

Android 10

The Galaxy Note 20 series runs Android 10 10 with an out-of-the-box UI 2.5. The heading feature should be Wireless DX, a feature Samsung has long been hoping for. You can now use standard screen mirroring to connect to any TV. That will allow DeX to run on a bigger screen and use the phone as a touchpad. You can also use the TV as a second screen on the phone. While doing something else, like B., Take notes while watching a video or presenting it on TV.

There is more. If you want to take notes and record what is being said. You can tap the record button to record the audio and then play it all together. If your handwriting is out of alignment, you can use the auto-align feature to correct it. The Samsung Note, which also includes the Note 20 series, also supports splitting notes into individual pages, e.g. B. Word or PowerPoint documents. All of these new features can greatly improve your productivity. And shouldn’t be long before Samsung is rolling them over to older Note devices as well.

PDF Documents

Samsung Note has also added new features to the Galaxy Note 20 series. You can now import a PDF file into a note, write on it with the S-Pen or the on-screen keyboard. And then save it again as a PDF file. This is ideal if you receive PDF documents frequently and need to sign and return them. You can edit Google Slides or Microsoft PowerPoint in the Note 20 series. And export the Power as a Power Phone presentation on the phone itself or on your computer.

Samsung’s love affair with Microsoft is getting very serious this year. In addition to the “one-way synchronization” of notifications, both reminders and work are synchronized with Outlook. Later this year, Microsoft’s Windows Phone app will let you catch multiple apps at once from Note.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Battery

With the Grade 20 Ultra Routine, our whole day passed permanently with the same fee. It’s not the longest-running phone from Samsung. And has a lower battery life than the S20 Ultra – 4 for the Note 20 Ultra compared to 5000 mAh?

I was very disappointed when it was confirmed that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 4,500 mAh battery. Which is 500 mAh smaller than the battery in the Galaxy S20 Ultra? And the phone is supposed to use my frustration has not gone away since then. While the S20 Ultra can run for a full day at a refresh rate of 120 days Hz.  The Note 20 Ultra loses steam in about 14 hours and then 15 or less with moderate use.

Samsung has also reduced support for super-fast charging to a maximum of 25W. So if you upgrade from Last year’s Note 10+ it’ll charge slower. Although the big difference between 25W and 45W speed is problematic. Even if you already have a 45W charger but the money was issued. 25 W fully charges the battery in approx. 70 minutes. From 3% to 30 minutes of charging time, this value rose to 54%. So if you go beyond the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 9. Or any phone with a 15W fast charging phone, The speeds will increase significantly.

 

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