Whackcar, 18 Aug 2020The disappointing thing with Samsung phones as of late is that they lack attraction. They have... moreBest looking candybar flagship of the year, "lacks attraction".
What the fudge are you on about?
is the Ultra dual sim ?
Dometalican, 18 Aug 2020I agree. I would scream if HTC used Sharp's IGZO Pro OLED for their flagships. They look ... moreSharp stopped making oled for mobile last year.
Not enough sales.
Less than 400.000 panels sold.
So, overall and simple conclusion for people in Europe: Note 20 Ultra with Exynos is complete garbage compared to Snapdragon variant...Europeans should boycott Samsung and make them to apologise for selling this sh.t in their continent.
MadMel, 18 Aug 2020nothing to see here, move along.GSMArenas word say different
"But the Note20 Ultra is the most complete Galaxy and very likely the most complete smartphone you can buy right now. If your latest bank statement signs off on it, so do we."
The most complete smartphone right now ;) that burns the haters so bad
4.6 out of 5 sounds about right and saying its the most perfect smartphone right now is true had mines for a few days and im loving it.
Well done Samsung for an amazing camera setup, the Stylus, solid battery life, amazing display.
Cant wait to see what Samsung do in the next 2 or 3 years. I rather buy the 512gb Note 20 Ultra 5g for £1249 than a 512gb iphone 11 Pro Max which costs £1449 here in the UK.
Huawei could resolve patterns with 36mp crop, not 108mp. Just wait few weeks for how its done better. The same thing with xiaomi ultra, if they cannot process whats the point of so many pixels.
Samsung had 6 months to fix the issues of S20 ultra.
Looks like they were sleeping during the lockdown.
Can't they just improve the cooling to combat throttling?
If Huawei can do it for their Kirin 990 which had throttling issues, so can Samsung.
Pricing it at 100k and above for Exynos variant which throttles is simply unacceptable.
Mi 10 Ultra is a more appealing buy along with other phones like Find X2 pro, OP8 pro, etc.
Their footprint is way smaller as well compared to note 20 ultra while sacrificing only 0.2 inches of screen real estate. Only thing they lack would be the S-Pen.
Hmmm looks like Xperia xz1
nothing to see here, move along.
Well at least the camera image processing looks less plasticky now lol.
I would go for Xperia mark 2 instead but that might be me
Not to mean anything else, but when you said that Samsung's noise reduction is class-leading, I compared them in your photo comparison tool chart, and saw that the Xperia 1 II actually had even less noise, with possibly better and livelier colors as well, that it doesn't even look like a low light image at all.
Still a good camera system overall, just felt that I have to point that out, because sometimes a "good" noise reduction can also mean tons of details removed in the process (that is to say that the Xperia's details were still adequately comparable while being a tad cleaner).
Good looking phone and feature packed. Well done Samsung.
exyfail processor ruined this phone completely what a shame
Instead of buying note20 with crapinos , I bought the xperia 1 II , I don't regret for a second. Much less bloatware, very good H/W ( Display, Sound - frontal stereo speakers, Camera - just excellent).
If Samsung will continue like this, they will be the next Nokia.
The disappointing thing with Samsung phones as of late is that they lack attraction. They have all the essential features covered, but nothing exciting about them. No bleeding edge tech, or revolutionary design/features. Samsung needs to take a look at what the Chinese brands are doing & take inspiration. I'd love to see Samsung launch phones that i actually want to buy, like they used to do a while ago.
IpsDisplay, 18 Aug 2020Lol Samsung was raving about how great and innovative their adaptive refresh was to save batte... moreIndeed,so one has to use this thing in 1080@60Hz to get good battery life then.That VRR did not help much.
From the review to: “The Note20 Ultra heats up significantly with prolonged heavy load too. Thermal throttling is pronounced as well, resulting in progressively lower scores after repeated benchmark runs. We ran a CPU throttling test and witnessed a gradual decrease in performance in the first 20 minutes to about 80% of the maximum and then a drop to around 70% of its peak results, a level that the phone could then sustain.”Not at all good.The benchmarks were horrendous considering the price.
what a beauty !!
sadly killed by Exycr@p 😐