[deleted post]If the Note 20 is equipped with the same, lame Exynos chipset (which is a standard in many countries) then it's going to be a waste.
If you need a flagship killer buy the Mi 10 Pro. Avoid realme X50 Pro as realme slashes prices too often and hurts resale value.
If premium flagship is a must then take a look at the Oppo Find X2, unless the price is excessive in your country.
If brand loyalty is your thing then of course it has to be an iPhone 11 Pro.
I regret to say this (as I've tried the S20 series before the widespread COVID-19 pandemic), but the S20 is nothing special except the display. Camera and performance is average, even a cheaper Mi Note 10 Pro (I've tried this as well) can deliver nearly the same quality as the S20 except the display.
Shanti Dope, 31 Mar 2020Nothing beats the shiny Copper Gold variant of the Xperia Z3/Z3+. Man was that such a piece o... moreThe XZ Premium used aluminium for its top and bottom and plastic (polycarbonate) sides. Sony's have never felt that special to me but they do have potential.
Riaz Madappally, 31 Mar 2020Paying almost same money of an iPhone and getting only two years update is not what we need fr... moreI don't deny the price is hefty but come on, it is way bigger and bolder then any iphone and has a ton more features and tech inside, regardless of if its gimmicky, an iphone 11pro max 64gb or a samsung galaxy ultra with a substantially bigger display both costing the same amount, yea I would stick with any android over overpriced apple ripoff, as for updates, it will continue to get patches for longer then 2 years, it will get 2 major firmware updates, what more do you need, stop whining
It's white. There was a insider samsung poll about it which featured it as the third option.
Paying almost same money of an iPhone and getting only two years update is not what we need from Samsung
Nothing beats the shiny Copper Gold variant of the Xperia Z3/Z3+.
Man was that such a piece of beauty!
Apple tried with the XS/XS Max, but it just wasn't as classy enough as how Sony did it, though it was a great attempt and definitely still a beautiful piece. Samsung also tried it on the Note 9, and I do think it's better than how Apple did it, but they should've gone for a shiny frame instead like they did on the S8/S8+.
And how could people forget the shiny Deepsea Black variant of the XZ Premium? With proper stainless steel frame and fullscreen design, I believe it would look even more luxurious today. Sony just made so many beautifully-colored phones that people always tend to overlook.
And before anyone else gets triggered and attack me for being a fanboy, why don't you go and actually examine the things I'm saying?
Sometimes it's great to appreciate others' work as well, for they inspire the big brands to actually do better.
They don't get enough recognition that they truly deserve, but at least it's inspiring big names like Samsung to actually be more creative and practical in terms of designing beautiful products.