I have a Note 20 5g and have found that the ANYWHERE Actions don't work at all. I spent more than an hour on the phone with Samsung Tech support, but nothing we did worked. They just gave up. I do agree that actions such as back, home, recent are really not much of interest. Assigning theses to launch an App could be useful. I have found that scrolling as an air action using Chrome does not work, but it does using Samsung Internet browser.
Roberthxx, 22 Aug 2020Now, Samsung can not compete with Apple anymore. Here is why:
1.Battery life - there is no wa... moreI’m a bit late, but better late than never
ello fellow OP 8 Pro user. we have a lot of the same traits lol. the last good Samsung phone was either S10 or Note 10. those phones gave something new. these new phones give us Exynos with nothing to differentiate them. at this point my Top 5 phone list goes
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (great phone, just have to do some tweaking with importing it etc.)
- Oneplus 8 Pro (bae)
- Oppo Find X2 Pro (OP 8 Pro with “vegan leather” (we know it’s plastic, but still cool) and better camera)
- Sony Xperia I II (very underrated phone)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (no longer in 1st or 2nd, I’m sorry man)
after that probs iPhone 11 Pro Max, Asus Zenfone 7 Pro, and Huawei P40 Pro+
wait I got a bit off track lol
what I’m trying to say is - Samsung is being less and less innovative. it’s getting to the point where Samsung will be the new target for “overpriced” phones. And while they’re not at that point yet, I won’t be surprised if they will in the future. ofc people will stick to Samsung like they stick to apple, since they’re the global smartphone leader. their phones are still good, but that won’t be the case for much longer
btw my opinion yours can be different
this isn’t a hate train against Samsung, so any Samsung fanboys keep your pitchforks down low thx
it’s just a friendly discussion
Very poor battery life. While charging if use mobile it will start discharge. Very sad status.
Get my Note20 Ultra 5G on 25 August. But have to send it back to services centre yesterday, due to burn screen. Samsung SC cannot calibrate,and suggest to change screen. What a pain..🤬
Samsung its unethical to put a slightly lower performing chip in some regions and charge the same price.
Instead put snapdragon on all ultra phones.
Exnos on all others.
This is an excessively overpriced phone for the (fewer) features it provides. Too many compromises on that count. Along with price, the only things increasing with each new iteration are the number of cameras on the phone, their capabilities and the display.
Until Samsung brings back the iris scanner and 35mm jack, I will keep using my Note9. When it finally dies, I'll just buy another Note9. Right now I don't care about 5G, powershare, ultracameras or stupid pricing. I just love my complete Note9 because it gets the job done and I love Samsung Pay on it.
Side note: I was gonna get a galaxy watch 3 but I found out it has no MST, only NFC. No way I'll pay so much for so little. Samsung pay(MST/NFC) is my only reason for a smartwatch.
Iris scan unlock is not perfect but it is the best method for contactless payment and unlock. I don't need to take off my gloves in winter to unlock my phone or type pin/password. I just glance and, boom, it is done. Same for using Samsung pay. Release and activate with iris scan. Oh well! Someone very wise in Samsung management decided to remove such a useful feature and keep gimmicks and crap feature AR Doodle. Well done!
Also I think, slowly but surely, Samsung is going the way of Nokia, HTC, Blackberry and Sony. How hard is it to give the exact same specs and features to both big and small Note 20s. If my phone is gonna cost above $1000, it had better have everything plus the kitchen sink and the dishwasher. Bad decisions and inability to see what people want will see a fall in demand. Market share decay will see to the rest.
Mocked this phone until I tried it , nothing comes close to its build quality and polish in general. Amazing.
J, 28 Aug 2020I have the Exynos version as well, honestly it runs cool with no issues as isn't 6 hrs of... moreWell running the phone at 60Hz will definitely boost its battery capabilities. But when you pay what is arguably £1000+ for the phone, you would expect a much better battery optimised phone (which is able to use 120Hz at the same time)
Revonox, 24 Aug 2020Following up on my recent comment, I decided to bite the bullet and give the note a spin for a... moreI have the Exynos version as well, honestly it runs cool with no issues as isn't 6 hrs of SOT good? I can get 8 hours on 60 Hz
Only 2 Fall flagship are out and Note20 Ultra already lost to Mi 10 Ultra. When Huawei, Apple, Google, and Oppo release their flagship in the coming months, Note would be hugely priced and inferior
jeigonm02, 23 Aug 2020hey, samsung note 20 ultra display is 8bit or 10bit like oneplus 8 pro? The Note 20 ultra has a 10bit color rendering display , 16,7 million color gamet.
old samsung user, 21 Aug 2020The phone price is really unjustified. Samsung is experimenting with user behaviour with such ... moreWhile you are right... the flip side to that is that everyone is over priced lately. They all are. And unfortunately samsung had put much more time tech and money into their factories and devices. So they earned a higher price tag than others.
However they all cost to much and need to drop the price.
Revonox, 24 Aug 2020Following up on my recent comment, I decided to bite the bullet and give the note a spin for a... moreIts not as good as the snap. But not this horrible unusable thing you make it out to be. Also putting it in medium power saving is said to keep heat, throttling, and performance all up to top notch. As far as exy goes.
Following up on my recent comment, I decided to bite the bullet and give the note a spin for a few days.
My advice: stay away from Exynos at all costs.
If you can get your hands on the SD version, good! Then you'll have a great phone and successor to the Note 10 on your hands. If you can only get your hands on the Exynos version, make sure to pack some gloves. This thing can get ridiculously hot even under medium load, especially with the 120hz option turned on. Battery life is horrible as well. I got at most 6h of SOT.
Seeing as Samsung is planning on ditching Snapdragon entirely for the next Galaxy S30.. well, guess I'll never own one.
The cost of the device seem to have upgraded but the features are not so much. I wish it was a bit affordable.