Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra features a large design in every aspect imaginable, with 108MP photos, a bright and clear screen, 100x camera zoom, 40MP selfies and a 6.9-inch 120Hz screen.
Just a glance
This is the Samsung galaxy s20 Ultra, Samsung’s attack on the numbers, it’s the highest and most expensive flagship phone Samsung has ever had, and there are a lot of words Samsung could have picked here.
They could be more or more, they could have been professionals but they went above and beyond.
It has a great design, it is actually the very least thing about this phone. And it’s pretty simple actually.
It’s a huge phone glass sandwich with a huge dual camera that is recognizable and consumer storage on top and speakers on the bottom.
|Gorgeous 120Hz screen|
|Huge 5000mAh battery|
|Cameras provide inconsistent images|
|There is no headphone jack|
|120 Hz is a battery killer|
|Display||6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED (3200×1440; 120Hz)|
|CPU||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865|
|Rear cameras||Quad-lens :108MP wide (ƒ/1.8); 48MP telephoto (ƒ/3.5); 12MP ultrawide (ƒ/2.2); time-of-flight VGA|
|Camera zoom||4x optical zoom, 10x hybrid “lossless,” 100x digital zoom|
|Front camera||40MP (ƒ/2.2)|
|Video||Up to 8K at 24 fps|
|microSD||Yes, up to 1TB|
|Size||6.6 x 2.7 x 0.34 inches|
In terms of design, we did not find major differences, as it is very similar to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Samsung phones that preceded it, such as the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10.
It has curved edges and the screen is long and transverse, reaching the edge of the device and approaching the metal.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a huge screen, extending 6.9 inches from one corner to the other, which is larger than the 6.8-inch Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The rear camera of the phone dominates the back in a rectangular shape, and stands out strongly from an unnoticeable gray glass panel.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra comes in two simple and familiar colors – Cosmic Black and Cosmic Gray – and for me they are two frustrating things as there are so many vibrant colors but that is not present in this phone.
However, Samsung is introducing the Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink versions of the less expensive Galaxy S20 variants, as well.
As for how big the coal is, it is big and huge, and if you have small hands it will be difficult to acclimatize to. It measures 6.6 x 2.9 x 0.34 inches and weighs about 7.7 ounces.
And if you prefer your smartphones smaller for ease of use, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is definitely not for you.
in terms of the cameras, so that’s hundred and eight megapixels, that’s 8k video and that’s even printed on the back of this phone the 100x spaced zoom.
but as we’ve hopefully learned by now, numbers on the spec sheet for cameras don’t always translate super well to real-world performance.
I’ve seen about a million 64 megapixel cameras, that are worth more than the 12 megapixel cameras in the pixel and the iPhone.
so for me seeing how hard Samsung was learning to upgrade this camera for the s20 ultra.
and this camera is better in some ways their previous cameras but worse in other ways actually.
so it’s still solidly in third place for me, i still prefer photos from the pixel and the iPhone more often than images coming from Samsung. but that doesn’t mean the numbers mean nothing.
by default this main camera is doing binning that kicks out a 12 megapixel photo.
and it is the sharpest most detailed 12 megapixel photo out there which i love.
There’s also the ultra wide camera which is the softest of the three cameras but I’m so glad it’s there.and then there’s of course the full 108 megapixel mode that be toggled on.
and that did produce a bit more detail which is useful especially if you’re planning on zooming in and cropping after you take that big photo.
In terms of applications, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has the One UI 2.0 program to reshape the Android 10 system designed to ensure ease of use with one hand, as well as for easy handling of menu items that need to be touched in the lower half of the screen.
Another feature that Samsung added is that Google Duo is now directly integrated into the dialer application, which in turn enables us to make full HD video calls, and you can chat with up to eight people.
The company has also added some other new software, which is Quick Share, which Samsung takes AirDrop from Apple.
Among the characteristics it possesses is that it allows you to share files with several people, not just one person at a time, and you will not need to connect to bluetooth or log in to anything.
Battery Life and Charging
The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a battery capacity of 5000 mAh, while the S20 Plus has a battery of 4500 mAh.
When testing the battery, the Galaxy S20 Ultra lasted approximately 12 hours and 13 minutes.
And when switching to a 120Hz screen, shave exactly three hours,
with the phone’s battery running out in 9 hours and 13 minutes using the same test.
As for charging the phone, you can say “super fast”.
It is 45 watts here with an optional charger, and 25 watts with the charger included in the box.
Buy it for
As we all know that it is a 5G network that has proven to be 66 times faster than 4G LTE in the correct locations, using a technology called mmWave.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra features a 6.9-inch screen, which is relatively large
and requires fast performance in order to be able to reach all corners of the screen while you are using it.
It also has a great-looking picture, bright, clear and more flexible when running a refresh rate of 120Hz.
As for the camera in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, it has a resolution of 108 megapixels,
and when zoomed in at a rate of 100 times, it features five cameras,
all of them with advanced specifications,
Although the image is not perfect in terms of accuracy,
but it offers you very elegant features in using the camera in party photography or Similar.
Don’t buy it for
Samsung has provided camera features that are compatible with most current phones,
but despite this, the experiment is not very successful,
as you will encounter problems with auto focus and others,
and Ultra’s 108-megapixel pictures have their advantages,
which are not the best in taking pictures clearly.
As we said, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is quite large for your hand, and you will need fast performance in order to be able to reach all corners of the screen, so if the phone is large for your hand, it is not suitable for you.
The Galaxy S20 Plus is a phone with a slightly higher price tag than previous phones, so it makes more sense if you are limited by money that it is not suitable for you.