Nik, 06 Jan 2021I'm still using S8 from 2017
An era where Samsung Galaxy was KING
Runs smooth, look be... moreS8 was the worst S phone in recent memory. Less battery than S7 (which was the main jump of the S series) forgettable performance boost, basically a device just to be.
Was the only time I skipped updating my phone. See my S7 was -literally- better. I never understood found in it.
S21 (comoread to S20) seems to be similarly bad (as S8 was to S7), less features. Barely an upgrade, mostly a downgrade.
Nick Tagataka, 06 Jan 2021It's still a lot better than running the display consistently at 120Hz even when your fin... moreActually the LTPO display didn't make much of a difference in the final endurance rating of Note 20 ultra.
Although the tech is good, it just didn't provide the benefits most people were hoping for.
Furiounx, 06 Jan 2021Same here! I personally believe it should be exclusive to PCs. I’m not sacrificing battery for... moreYou'll change your tune when you get it on your iPhone.
I am getting 9-9.5hr SOT with 1080p+@120hz & 7.5-8hr SOT with QHD+@120hz.
Where am I sacrificing battery?
Even after repeated endurance rating tests on different HRR smartphones, you guys still come up with lies to justify your ancient 60hz screen.
gogus, 06 Jan 2021i bet my ass if i give you 2 identical phones, one with full hd and another with 2k resolution... moreThe difference is noticeable but only if you look for it. After using 1080p+ resolution for a few days, one gets used to it.
On my OP8 pro, I downgrade from QHD@120HZ to 1080p+ to get that extra 1-1.5hr SOT.
Resolution bumps up automatically when QHD content is playing like in Videos or YouTube.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2021The future. Bookmark this post and come back to it in 2 years to see how right I am. Heed my ... moreI've been using S10 and P30 for nearly 2 years now, both are running equally well and just as smooth as day 1. I also had used Mate 10 Pro before that and I had absolutely no issue with it whatsoever. You lost your bet, ta.
Nick Tagataka, 06 Jan 2021"need to replace them yearly".. seriously? Which year did you come from?The future. Bookmark this post and come back to it in 2 years to see how right I am.
Heed my warning.
AnonD-973296, 05 Jan 2021yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhh boiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii dat 2K res @ 120hz FINALLYi bet my ass if i give you 2 identical phones, one with full hd and another with 2k resolution, you will have NO idea which is which. You cant possible distinguish pixels on such a small screen
Tbh, I so doubt to see that feature available on S21 and S21+. But we'll see.
I'm still using S8 from 2017
An era where Samsung Galaxy was KING
Runs smooth, look beautifully timeless and doesn't seem out of place when compared to 2020 phones.
MarcosSD, 06 Jan 2021I couldn't care less about 129hzSame here! I personally believe it should be exclusive to PCs. I’m not sacrificing battery for 120hz.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2021Pixel 4 switches between 60-90 when necessary. Doesn't help.
Few Sharp phones go 1Hz w... moreWhat do you mean failed on the Note 20 Ultra?
It's being praised as a great innovation and it proved to prolong battery life.
AnonD-973296, 05 Jan 2021why are yall so negative about his phone?Because they feel the cheaper chinese phones are better value, even though they need to replace them yearly.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2021Pixel 4 switches between 60-90 when necessary. Doesn't help. Few Sharp phones go 1Hz w... moreIt's still a lot better than running the display consistently at 120Hz even when your fingers are not interacting with it. The fact that Note 20 Ultra managed to last a bit longer (1 hour more in GSMArena's web browsing test) than S20 Ultra despite having 10% smaller battery capacity easily proves its effectiveness.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2021On samsung phone? Impossible.
Samsung sets warm colours for all profiles because people li... morehttps://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_note20_ultra_5g-review-2149p3.php
Quote: "Natural mode, on the other hand, is tuned for faithful reproduction of sRGB content. It's very accurate and we measured an average dE2000 of 1.2"
Stop spreading nonsense, please.