Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Detail Review : Samsung’s Galaxy Note series started as enterprise-focused smartphones, offering usability solutions like the immediately recognizable S Pen stylus. The series was recognized for pushing screen sizes – and often derided – although what seemed impractical a few years ago is now quite mainstream. Samsung has late transformed the Galaxy Note collection into a luxury line-up of flagships, With an estimated six-month delay between the releases of Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series.
Samsung Exynos 990 processor that features 4 2.4GHz clocked cores and 4 1.8GHz clocked clocks. Available with 12 GB RAM. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is running Android 10 and is powered by a non-removable 4500mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra supports both wireless charging and proprietary fast charging.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra features a larger 6.9-inch display with a 120Hz dynamic refresh rate, a sharper 108MP laser auto focus camera and a more responsive S Pen. I’ve been using the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra the last week and I’m very impressed with the camera’s view and zooming capabilities. And although the latest S-Pen movements are cool, a learning curve is expected.
The new Galaxy 20 smartphone takes, and uses it to its favor, the Ultra name from the Galaxy S20 series released earlier this year. This new phone symbolizes excess in technology in every way possible, and stands out as a worthy Ultra tag bearer. This latest flagship blends a beautifully designed interface with key hardware, and remains one of the most powerful smartphones around.
Still, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is $300 more than the standard Note 20—and $1,300 is a great deal of money to spend on any handset, particularly in today’s world. I have tested all the features of Note 20 and here are my in-depth impressions so far. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, like those models, even uses glass at the back. But this time around, this panel at the back gets a frosted glass coating, rather than the shiny metallic treatment we’ve seen on Samsung’s flagships in the past. This helps to give the Ultra Note 20 a feeling of understated quality, which is genuine too, It’s just the look the productivity-focused Galaxy Note series flagship smartphones will still look for.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Detail Review, Full Specifications
Launch Date : August 05 2020 (Official)
Price : Rs. 104,999
Ram : 12 GB
Internal Memory : 256 GB
Front Camera : 40 MP
Rear Camera : 108 MP + 13 MP + 12 MP
Battery : 5100 mAh
Display : 6.9 inch
Processor : Snapdragon 865
Colors : Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze, Mystic Gray, Mystic Red, Mystic Blue
The design makes the iPhone look boring: Samsung knows how to make hardware which looks sleek. Not only does the Mystic Bronze finish on Note 20 Ultra look elegant, but it does manage to give off a shine without attracting lots of fingerprints.
Even the Note 20 Ultra comes with a 4,500mAh battery — marginally bigger on the standard Note 20 than the 4,300mAh one. Although we still have to put it through our battery loop check, we think the battery pack on the unit operating in combination with Samsung’s highly optimized Ux will be strong enough to make it last on moderate-high use for at least one day. The phone also gets 25W help for fast charging, what is interesting is a change from the Galaxy S20 Ultra-supported 45W rapid charging rates.
The S Pen Note 20 feels better than pen and paper: You get a quick answer time of 9ms and give a pen-to-paper look. It feels completely natural to write notes on this panel to the point I forget that I am writing on a screen.
Only this year the Note 20 Ultra gets a new S Pen with five different gestures. The biggest improvement, however, is undoubtedly the S Pen which reduces its latency to 9ms — from 42ms on the previous S Pen edition. It makes the S Pen feel more sensitive, and the monitor helps to make it work like a breeze on the Note 20 Ultra panel when matched to the quick 120Hz.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a large phone with a 6.9-inch display but it also has minimal bezels for the Infinity-O display with Samsung’s trademark punch hole. The phone back uses a modern haze finish engineered to avoid fingerprints, so you’ve got three shades to pick from: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black so Mystic White.
Basically, for now we’re very like Note 20 Ultra. There are things we still need to test on the phone, but our initial impressions are quite positive, as the phone looks like the price tag Rs 1,04,999 that Samsung has slapped on it might be worth.