Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. If, like us, you’ve been following leaks from Galaxy S20 phones in recent weeks. Samsung’s official unveiling of the S20, S20 +, and S20 Ultra phones and their specs tonight. It won’t have been all that surprising.
But while there was a little element of surprise in the S20’s lineup. There’s no denying how impressive its confirmed features are, especially those of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
We’ve been briefed and got down to business with the top-notch Galaxy phone for 2020. And here are our first impressions
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
The S20 Ultra is spearheading the newly announced Galaxy S20 series. This also comprises the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 + and marks the first time. That an entire Galaxy line is compatible with the superfast 5G network. Following the introduction of Samsung’s first 5G phone. The S10 + 5G, last May and the second, the Note10 + 5G, in August.
Naturally, to be a flagship, it has the most advanced features. (discussed in more detail below) of the three newcomers. Including a four-camera system that comprises a 108 MP lens and is capable of zooming. 100x, a huge 5000mAh battery, a 6.9-inch, 120Hz display, and a choice of 16GB of RAM at most. That’s an improvement over its predecessor, last year’s S10 +, in every respect.
Camera: * How many megapixels?
As with any compelling headline, it’s hard to miss the S20 Ultra’s standout feature, the camera. The quad-camera system goes from the S10 + ‘s triple-camera to a ludicrous 108 MP wide-angle lens. That accompanied by a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle lens. With a 48 MP telephoto lens, and a DepthVision lens. And while we are in impressive numbers, the camera is capable of 100x zoom.
Zoom in to the max using the camera viewfinder (you can scroll through the parameters of the zoom bar to do so instead of pinching the screen) and while there is quite a bit of noise and instability in the viewfinder AI comes into play when A photo is captured to help smooth outlines and create more definition.
It works quite well: once the phone is stable on a tripod, we zoom in on two small figures in the distance and, although the magnified result is not what you would call sharp, you can see its features. It’s hard to imagine many scenarios where this quality is sufficient, but the results obtained by their lower zoom increments – 40x and 60x, for example – will certainly pass the test for most snappers that take close-up photos (and They are above what the S20 and S20 + are capable of with their maximum zoom of 30x).
For fans of self-image, the front patch – this time just a lens – is 40MP (compared to its predecessor and siblings’ 10MP), and the video can be recorded not just in 4K, like on the S10 +. , but also in 8K … just in time for your next 8K TV purchase, natch. With the 8K Video Snap feature, users can capture 33MP still images from 8K videos as well. Brilliant.
More about camera
The S20 Ultra’s camera uses a new image sensor technology called non-binning. Which combines the nine-pixel electrical charge into a “super-pixel” for brighter, clearer results with less noise. Samsung says it can capture three times more light than ever before. We didn’t have an S10 + on hand to compare. But the photos we took in the colorful space before the briefing was typical of Samsung phones: gorgeously shiny, clean, and vivid. We wouldn’t be surprised if a new benchmark was established here.
A larger image sensor, too, has allegedly enabled Samsung to enhance night shooting with its new Hyperlapse Night Mode, though considering our briefing was held in a bright office space one afternoon we haven’t experienced it yet.
One of the most practical camera modes introduced on S20 mobile phones is Single Take, which uses the camera in conjunction with AI to select and create a portfolio of the best moments captured in a single shot. We took a short video of a Samsung representative waving a tape (for demonstration purposes, of course) and in the gallery, the phone featured a collection of the best short shots and clips that Samsung says makes it easy to pick favorites. and his Instagram upload.
Galaxy S20 Ultra display and specifications
The name of the S20 Ultra is fully justified by the size of its huge screen. At 6.9 inches, it’s slightly larger than the Note 10+’s 6.8-inch screen. (although we’ll avoid referring to it as a phablet device that shouldn’t be named).
But while it’s the largest among the S20 trio. They all carry the same QHD + AMOLED Infinity-O display, which continues the HDR10 + support introduced by its predecessors. The standout feature is its 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sensor. That making it twice as responsive as the S10’s screens – great news for gamers. It looks fantastic: detailed, lucid, and colorful. But this has been the case in the last iterations of Galaxy S.
At the time of reviewing the S10 +, we observed: “There is a little more information on the iPhone [XS Max], but the Galaxy S10 + undoubtedly delivers good video, especially when fed with 4K or HDR content.” Will the S20 Ultra have what it takes to overshadow the class-leading display of the iPhone 11 Pro?
More about Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S20s has USB-C plugs for audio (and charging) over 3.5mm headphone jacks. As for the new audio features, there’s Music Share. This allows owners to set their Galaxy S20 Ultra as the primary device. Through which others can connect to play their music as well. It’s no wonder that the S10 and Note 10 series fingerprint scanner. (Which has improved – and is safer – in recent months) and the face recognition unlocks tool is back, too.
Last but not least, the S20 Ultra carries one of the largest batteries in the world. Its great 5000mAh package beats the Galaxy S10 5G (4400mAh), Galaxy Note 10 + (4300mAh), and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. (3969mAh), and it lives up to the Moto G7 Power. Samsung says wireless charging speeds are faster than those of the Galaxy S10 models. Thanks also to Fast Wireless Charging 2.0.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra design
One of the things that struck us about the Galaxy S20. When we first held it in our hands was how light it felt. Considering the camera hardware and battery inside the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s chassis, the flagship feels pretty light, too.
Its size doesn’t fit everyone – our thumb couldn’t reach the top of the screen. When held in the natural position – and we’re not big fans of the mirror finish. That requires you to clean it every few minutes. It’s a shame the camera bump sticks out so noticeably from the glass back panel as well. Although when the phone is fitted with a case it sits flush with it.
But that doesn’t change the fact that the slim and finely cut chassis is without a doubt. One of the most elegant and attractive there is. That’s in part thanks to the border design that gently curves the screen around the frame to remove any bezels. But also the notch-less display, thanks to the on-screen scanner and discreet front camera.
Conclusion about Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes in 12GB or 16GB RAM variants, with 128GB or 512GB storage options. It can be expanded by a microSD card of up to 1TB.
Along with the S20 and S20 +, it will be on sale from March 13 in Europe.
So should the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra be your next phone, Android fans? The magic of its camera, its gorgeous display, and its 5G support combine to make a phone worthy of 2020. The flagships of the Galaxy S have been great, and often our favorite Android phones, in recent years. And the latter has not. that trend seems to be changing.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
1. 48MP telephoto 40MP front camera 108MP wide-angle camera and 100x wide spatial zoom to capture the world around you as 2. Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED 120Hz 6 9 "WQHD + display experiences every moment with complete clarity from end to end. 3. The Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G battery contains 5,000 mAh to help you function all day long wireless charging (12W) Power Sharing ultra charging. 4. 12 GB of RAM Exynos 990 processor and 128 GB of storage with a capacity of up to 1 1 TB power for truly epic days 5. Free smartphone with pre-installed Android V10 operating system
- The innovative camera hardware
- Gorgeous super-responsive display
- One of the largest batteries in existence
- No 3.5mm jack
- Screen size will not appeal to everyone
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