The Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the perfect examples of when a phone goes so overboard with its specs that it ends up being too good for many customers. The S20 Ultra spec sheet is befitting of a phone that has the word Ultra in its name. It has 50x zoom instead of 100x, and 8GB of RAM on the LTE model and a maximum of 12GB RAM on the 5G model. It is making much less of an upgrade over last year’s Galaxy Note 10+ when it is compared to how much the Galaxy S20 Ultra offers over the Galaxy S10+.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra design
- The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is one of the new Mystic Bronze shade and gorgeous. The matte finish is making the phone feel a lot more premium, elegant look, and manages to hide finger smudges.
- The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is very sleek, so its camera housing which was already big on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It is massive, and that’s a problem. The camera bump is taking all the impact when you keep the phone down on a hard surface.
- The Galaxy S20 Ultra’s camera glass tended to break for no reason, something Samsung didn’t cover under warranty, and it has now made it even easier for you to crack open the camera’s glass covering.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra display
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra display can switch between 10Hz, 30Hz, 60Hz, and 120Hz based on the content to save power when the maximum refresh rate isn’t necessary, like when you are viewing an image in the gallery. When you are scrolling to another image, the transition will happen at 120Hz, but the refresh rate will go down to a lower value when the image is sitting static on the screen.