Shanti Dope, 24 Mar 2020Imagine you have QHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, but cannot do both AT THE SAME TIME. ... moreI happened to learn that it's actually a hardware limitation, S20 series lack extra MIPI interfaces that are required to run WQHD+ resolution at 120Hz so it'll be stuck at FHD+ when you increase the refresh rate.
A comment on what phones not to do for a long-term review and I am blocked. What a joke. Which posting rules have I contravened?
Imagine you have QHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, but cannot do both AT THE SAME TIME.
Nick Tagataka, 24 Mar 2020It's great that they are listening to the criticisms and pushing out the bug fixes as soon as ... moreIt's one criticism. But great that they fixed it. Just the imaging and disparity over sensors and processors to fix now.
uk7866, 24 Mar 2020Made some neat changes to how fast the camera works especially auto focusing.. Yes please Sams... moreI'm pleased that the air focus is improved. But this year I'm seeing poor camera results from multiple vendors. Not happy at Samsung for using multiple sensors in their S20 line, based on geography. Also not happy with LG's cameras on the V60. Video is poor. Find X 2 Pro has poor cameras (though superb audio in video). The only other hope is for Huawei, but their devices are ruined by the lack of Google stuff. Seriously, I'm thinking that Apple iPhone 11 Pro is still the one to beat. Pixel 4 had fine stills, but their audio is horrendous. Also rumours that they will go for a mid range chip in the Pixel 5. Sony... An overly tall device that annoys me. Can't even bring myself to bother looking at the camera quality.
too bad this update is not bringing EU countries Snapdragon chipsets.. I'm skipping they phones for the second year due to this only reason. Exynos is subpar!!
Made some neat changes to how fast the camera works especially auto focusing.. Yes please Samsung keep em coming!
It's great that they are listening to the criticisms and pushing out the bug fixes as soon as they can. This is the attitude I expect from a top tier company like Samsung (looking at you, Google).