Letrix, 29 Feb 2020Probably, in those markets, Exynos helps by being cheapper for Samsung and making the device n... moreDifferent prices are only affected by import tax, not the price of the handset itself.
In my country, Asus ROG Phone 2/realme X2 Pro are rather cheap. They cost less than half the price of a S20+ or iPhone 11 Pro. And they're equipped with Sd855+ chipsets. The X2 Pro also takes nice shots according to my friend who owns the base (8GB RAM) model.
Using Exynos does not make handset prices cheaper, it only profits Samsung. And you know that chipset bottlenecks gaming, application, and camera performance seriously. Apple is no longer the biggest cheat in the mobile industry. Samsung is. Let's just wait for iPhone 12 Pro, Oppo Reno3 Pro, and Mi 10 Pro to crush S20 into pieces xD
Flgshp2020, 29 Feb 2020Throttles after continuous usage and can't push any frames beyond 60fps because the A13 chip i... morePat yourself in the back.
iPhone 11 can actually manage HDR Extreme (60fps) in PUBG Mobile without any overheating or stuttering. COD Mobile can also play at Very High graphics extreme framerate (60fps) and antialiasing without lag. BR Mode works fine, maybe just a few frame drops but it's not noticeable or disrupting. Zombie mode works great and no frame drops observed at all.
Even recent Note 10 Exynos can't manage Balanced Extreme in PUBG Mobile without any stuttering or overheating. Oh Samsung advertised COD Mobile in its Note 10. Unfortunately gaming performance is garbage. Can't even play either Zombie or BR mode smoothly at very high graphics and framerate, just stutters a lot and overheats.
Go defend your rubbish Sammy phone. I am sure Mi 10 Pro will crush S20 and S20+. Next iPhone 12 Pro will also trample S20 and even Note 20. Exynos and OneUI combined is a disaster.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020Wait till ultra retail unit it’s faster than note 10 plus.Retail unit or not, check the chipset.
Even a non-retail version Snapdragon version can be a lot faster than the Exynos retail one.
Of course there are likely optimizations (software update) that can marginally improve performance, but it's the chipset to take account of after all
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020Every phone except gaming phones throttle after continuous gaming.
That's a fact. Apple throt... moreYes, exactly, you're right.
But at least Apple and Snapdragon chipsets doesn't throttle as early as Exynos does.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020No snapdragon variant testing as well rushed review
Battery cant be that bad from a 5000 m... moreGsmarena office is in Bulgaria.
Europe gets Exynos only.
There is no excuse of demo unit.
Many stores in differemt countries have devices already.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020I think this not the retail S20 ultra just tester phone from Samsung.No snapdragon variant testing as well rushed review
Battery cant be that bad from a 5000 mah battery
Where's DxO Mark? When will you post the results? Can this Ultra Over Hype Phone beat Mi10Pro
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020It’s the best when it comes to gaming performance. By the way some rog phone toy they will tol... moreEvery phone except gaming phones throttle after continuous gaming.
That's a fact. Apple throttles too.
Are those facts hurting your feelings?
AnonD-843592, 29 Feb 2020How is gaming on the 11 pro max?It’s the best when it comes to gaming performance. By the way some rog phone toy they will told you iPhone throttling don’t believe them they’re just haters.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2020Half baked review. No discussion on gaming performance, general user experience. I think this not the retail S20 ultra just tester phone from Samsung.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2020S20 Ultra has the best low light studio shot I've seen. The difference with S10+ is like night... moreThose low light shoot that makes everything bright as day light doesn’t looks that good prefer accurate more accurate shoot.
AnonD-919531, 01 Mar 2020Who gives a stuff about Benchmarks?? Means nothingYes you're right, no one cares about benchmarks. Gaming phones should theoretically beat any standard phone including Apple's iPhone if benchmarks didn't lie.
That guy never used a Samsung with Exynos SoC. Even my S10 Exynos stutters a lot in PUBG Mobile at balanced extreme (and then heats up a lot). Throttling is almost instant in Exynos chips. I mean, how can undemanding games such as Armed Heist or Pixel Gun also stutter at first few minutes of gameplay? Funny isn't it? Already set screen res to HD, turned off CPU Limiter, and tweaked Game Tools performance and didn't help a lot.
Current phones and even 2018 iPhone XR/XS can play at very high settings. iPhone XR can already play PUBG Mobile at HDR Extreme (without antialiasing to prevent overheat), which was the chart topper excluding gaming phones. Also that phone was also used by streamers and competitive gamers by quite a lot in my country. Asus ROG Phone 2 is also used a lot but that's a gaming phone so let's ignore it.
Exynos chips also provide mediocre battery life and weak camera performance. iPhone XS with smaller battery has the same life as 3400 MAh S10...
Exynos is just rubbish. Don't rely on benchmarks. Especially Antutu that prioritizes Chinese phones and strangely the ROG Phone didn't top up the chart.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2020The low light dynamic range of the S20 Ultra seems to be excellent and probably the best on th... moreI need to add that I was talking about the dynamic range of the night mode photos. In practice I would barely use a night mode, which takes more than 3 seconds. I have a Pixel 3a and the handheld night mode can take up to 7 seconds. That's annoying.
By default a night mode shouldn't take longer than 1s in my opinion, but there should be at least an option for a longer total exposure time.
The low light dynamic range of the S20 Ultra seems to be excellent and probably the best on the market. Though the night mode images are extremely oversharpened and the colors can look a bit artificial sometimes.
Flgshp2020, 29 Feb 2020Lol this is very big sensor. Xperia XZ has tiny sensor compared to this. Don't talk when you... moreAre you kidding me?? DO you even understand or know anything about photography?? No phone and I repeat,no phone will EVER come close to ANY DSLR in terms of quality. And i speak as i want i have used hundreds of top flagships phones and proper cameras. It's you who has no clue