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.
Snapdragon 865 is a bit of issue due to its battery drain features. I think the smartphone could have been priced better.
Would be great if you can do Note 20 Ultra 4G review as I think it will have better battery endurance than the 5G.
How many times did it interrupt you and ask for you to sign up for a Samsung service? You didn't even touch the phone if it's less than 20. Did you get the super creepy pop-up about noticing that you got some exercise and asking to share it with the world? Did you get the July 2020 WiFi driver that drops constantly? Did you pick up the phone in the morning and find that Galaxy Store added 15 new spyware apps that can't be disabled or have their permissions revoked? Is it missing promised security updates yet.
Punnet, 20 Aug 2020Samsung never disappoints with its performance, especially the Galaxy series.Performance or overpricing?
hey, samsung note 20 ultra display is 8bit or 10bit like oneplus 8 pro?
Now, Samsung can not compete with Apple anymore. Here is why:
1.Battery life - there is no way you come thru the day with 4500 mAh and Exinos 990.
2.Apple CPU is 2 years ahead of Snapdragon and 3-4 years agead of Exinos.
3.Samsung can not get under display fingerprint to work right.
4.Network signal is not in par with Apple.
5. Samsung does not understand what means fast charging. In 2020, 25W charging is slow. (Apple too isnt at the best here)
6. Samsung can not seamlessly change networks if you travel from one country to another.
I do not like Apple, but what else have we at the moment? Huawei is the best, but I can not have the phone without service like Apple pay, Google pay or Samsung pay. OnePlus 8 Pro? (I use it right now) - Battery life again too bad, camera not good enough.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2020Totally agree.. You are so true! It's crap in all aspects regarding its price. Failing it's his name!
imaginestigers, 21 Aug 2020This is the third post in a row you've made where it says the frame is made of stainless ... moreGSM arena states that the frame is stainless steel, and Jerry rig does not mention the frame as being aluminum, he only mentions "metal frame" which by the way he tried to bend the phone, and could not, it appears more to be steel than aluminum, if when he scratches the sides the metal shows, well, a steel painted or treated to appear colored, would indeed also look in the same way, if you have seen other of his videos, when he scratches aluminum frames, he always produce splinters of aluminum, which in the note 20 ultra test, do not appear
The phone price is really unjustified. Samsung is experimenting with user behaviour with such a high price. Although I can afford to buy it but I will never buy this phone. It's not value for the money.
Also, the specifications are designed in such a way which virtually forced you to go with Ultra model.
This is the third post in a row you've made where it says the frame is made of stainless steel. It isn't. It’s made of aluminium. My Note 20 Ultra is arriving today, so I'm excited about the phone, but IDK why you all keep saying it’s stainless steel when that isn't sourced from anywhere, and Zack from JerryRigEverything clearly shows that it’s aluminium
jtrogr, 21 Aug 2020The charging wattage depends on the battery type and size. Of course, you can use a bigger wat... moreThen, I will just replace the battery in two years. And no one force us to use a faster charger. Just buy a 5w charger if you think slow charger prolong the battery.
Anonymous, 20 Aug 2020Not worth upgrade from my NOTE 9. Still got the edge with: - Iris scanner - sensors - bette... moreThere's a rumour that Samsung is bringing back a headphone jack in future, so if that's what you need then Note 30 might be the phone to switch onto.