Coming from an iPhone 11 pro max owner. Decided to give Android a try and picked up a note 20 ultra . Im disappointed. I have no issues with android. The issues are bad camera stabilisation for video. Worse battery life than my 11 pro max . Cant set ultra graphic settings for the game Mobile Legends. Noticeable lag at home screen when i purposely swipe quickly back and forth. Washed out colours on screen. The mic on the stock earphone sucks when wearing a mask. Phone heats up quickly. Battery go up only 2% after 30 mins if charging while gaming. Poor dynamic range for videos at night if there are challenging lighting conditions.
For a flagship and considering it’s price, it sucks.
AnonD-973296, 11 Jan 2021OLED? i use a dell U2718Q 4K LCD monitorYour main downside on that monitor is that it's LCD, which is inferior to OLED displays albeit, it's still a nice monitor being IPS and at 4k.
Compare to note 9 it is really poor. after 6 month I`m so much disappointed. They downgrade everything that was possible. camera focus (why i cant chose area on screen anymore), finger sensor (why it is have to be on screen, what kind of silly fashion is that. Put it back side so it will be easy to find at it will starts working again.
Probably last time I bought Samsung
Alex, 11 Jan 2021I won't judge photo quality "through a phone", I use QHD monitor for photography.OLED? i use a dell U2718Q 4K LCD monitor
AnonD-973296, 11 Jan 2021u need to actually use it to see the quality, seeing it through a phone is obviously gonna tak... moreI won't judge photo quality "through a phone", I use QHD monitor for photography.
i bought the exynos version and it sucks fir battry it darin fast and 2) network issue i face alot network issue after android 11 update i will never buy samsug phone in future
Alex, 08 Jan 2021"Best cameraphone for 2020", here we go: - Main cam loses detail badly at nighttime... moreu need to actually use it to see the quality, seeing it through a phone is obviously gonna take away the detail
It's incredibly buggy, at least with the latest AT&T update. I am the type that likes to go back and forth with iOS and Android. I have had various iPhone models throughout the years and I have had various Samsung models... I have never wanted to switch back to iPhone as quickly as I do with this POS. I have had the phone for 3 months and it is unfortunately too late to return...
I have samsung s20 ultra 5g . its ram size is 512gb surprisingly its already full with just a fe apps. ..his is that
"Best cameraphone for 2020", here we go:
- Main cam loses detail badly at nighttime, with Night Mode not helping. 108MP mode doesn't show much detail improvement at daylight.
- Ultrawide cam is unusable at night. Night Mode doesn't make it good, but acceptable.
- Zoom cam is unusable with low light as well. Night Mode removes the noise but doesn't restore the texture.
Looks like not a good year for cameraphones. As well as for everything else.
I have being using Samsung since 2013 from the S4,S5 Neo, S7, S8+ all Exynos cpu. It's been weeks now I'm using the N20Ultra Snapdragon and I must say in terms of battery life and cooling. Major difference! I'll never go back to another Exynos.
RAM management is very bad; inspite of 12 GB RAM. They used to get freeze when reopening. Battery life is havoc. One UI 3 has not changed these two basic issues significantly. Exonys has to be blamed.
do y'all remember when the note lineup used to be like the "add everything phone" or the "do everything phone". they would just try to cram as many things as possible into one phone. that would make it like one of the "u get more than what u pay for" kind of phone. so they would add stuff like big batteries, best in class displays, great battery life, top notch specs, usually 2+ years of OS support, s pen, one of the best cameras in a phone, exceptional build quality, headphone jacks and what not and just sell the thing for like 700 bucks or something. i think the note 3 and 3 neo is my personal favorite in the note family.