AnonD-947580, 23 Sep 2020How is the Note 20 Ultra Exynos version? I'm considering buying it as well.On paper, the camera for the S20 Ultra does look better, but uts not! The Note Ultra has a gfsr superior camera. Auto focus on the S20 Ultra is horrible and very slow. Your average user doesn't need all the extras. An influencer or whatever, also doesn't want every pore and blemish showing up on their face, so they won't use all of those fancier options. If S20 Ultra camera was superior with no drawbacks, they absolutely would've kept it for the Note Ultra. It wasn't so they adjusted it accordingly. The S20 Ultra is a great phone, but keep in mind the S series is pretty much used to figure out what needs improving for the Note series. The Note 20 is a waste of money. At the moment, the Note 20 Ultra is THE best android phone on the market... however, if it's out if your price range and you can live without the S Pen, the Samsung S20 FE, is ABSOLUTELY the way to go! Its a low-key flagship phone and the drawbacks are made in all the right ways! The screen is superior to the Note 20, matching that of the Note 20 Ultra! If you can afford it, Note 20 Ultra is the way to go. If you can't afford a $1300 phone, the S FE, is definitely what you want at a price of $600 possibly less at this point.
Not a lot of people are familiar with the folding devices, as they are too expensive. Also, having only one phone per year (s21 ultra) with the S pen is a bad idea, because not everyone would want the "ultra" model, but still want the S pen. I don't think that Samsung is going to do that.
Operation Blitz, 23 Sep 2020If you look at the Samsung S20 Ultra, It has a better camera and bigger battery than the Note ... moreHow is the Note 20 Ultra Exynos version? I'm considering buying it as well.
gtabr1, 03 Sep 2020Dropping the whole Note series altogether? Thats a big NO.
Simpliflying the lineup by gettin... moreIf you look at the Samsung S20 Ultra, It has a better camera and bigger battery than the Note 20 Ultra.
The Note series used to pack top of the range everything now the only difference is the Spen, I have a Note 20 Ultra and sadly Exynos version .
I was wondering when the S series and the Note series would absorb each other. I may even become interested in the Fold series if that has an Spen with decent unbreakable screens with decent waterproofing and dust protection.
no. I think they need to keep the note.. not everyone wants a folding device.
Dropping the whole Note series altogether? Thats a big NO.
Simpliflying the lineup by getting rid of this "ULTRA" madness? Yes.
S30e, S30 and S30+. Note 30 and N30+. ZFold3 That's it.
I have been with the Note series since its inception. I think the branding is very valuable to samsung and should not be abandoned. But I do seethe Galaxy Fold as an evolution of the Note Brand
Its a great idea as long as the Z series will be real flagships. Otherwise keep the Note
Well i can clearly imagine how the S-Pen will make scratches on a fold display wwhich scratches at lv2 mohs scale deeper at lv3.
Good joke samsung.
Real.Talk, 26 Aug 2020No one asked for your orders of behavioral control which are actually insulting to the parties... moreWell, someone did ask for behavioural control and that someone is this website, I think you failed to read the rules before posting rampant comments and if you can't follow the rules then you're better off without your phones and internet because clearly you sound like an online bully
Real.Talk, 26 Aug 2020There is only one important key difference between the Note9 and the Note10+ which ultimately ... moreDont know how you can say the note 9 was the real 'last flagship' because of a non essential 3.5 mm jack! The Note 10 and Note 20 line up has almost bezel less screens more ram and more internal storage! If the 3.5mm jack is so important to you why don't you buy a A series or another phone brand with less market share. Only Samsung consumers only toting about lack of 3.5mm jack in 2020! You don't see Apple consumers and Huawei consumers toting over lack of this jack. Hope your note 9 last a century while the world moves on!!
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2020Hmm. Given Samsung probably don't want 3 premium line up as S-series has no edge and the ... moreYou're on to something good which is actually true and this is what I like, wish we were friends to discuss such confidential technological matters further.
AnonD-947580, 25 Aug 2020Who cares about the past - it has happened and is no more. What is present is the garbage exyn... more" Who cares about the past - it has happened and is no more. "
You really sure about that, Helen? Archaeologists, scientists and common sense beg to differ...
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2020Be respectful man, this is a place for discussions, not winning arguments and insulting each o... moreNo one asked for your orders of behavioral control which are actually insulting to the parties you directed them towards...
Andy, 25 Aug 2020I think the Note 9 was the last real flagship in comparison with everything else available at ... moreThere is only one important key difference between the Note9 and the Note10+ which ultimately decides who goes for which...
The 3.5mm headphone jack...
If the Note10+ had the jack, my Note9 would probably be sold already.
" The Galaxy S21 is reportedly codenamed “Unbound” with variants: M1, N2, and O3. The S Pen will apparently arrive with the O3 model. "
Samsungs' confidential internal code name device naming scheme for the uppcoming 2021 S21 series is as follows:
M1 - Mini 1 ( Mini, miniature one, for the mini 1's )
N2 - Natural 2 ( Natural main attraction, standard generational improvement )
O3 - Opulent 3 ( Ostentatiously costly luxurious flagship )
Your welcome :)