Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra long-term review
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The largest Galaxy Note ever with the largest screen area and also the first Galaxy Note with a 120Hz refresh rate. The first Galaxy Note with a 108 MP main camera sensor as well as the first that has a periscope zoom lens. The first Galaxy Note to have the S Pen on the left side and the first to take the delay of the pen down to just 9ms. Galaxy Note with the largest battery capacity ever.
Galaxy Note20 Ultra is all these things. Is there more to it than this list of first-time, best and greatest, though? Definitely. First, it looks like. It should also be the best Galaxy Note ever to get close to justifying its record, which is also record-breaking, for this long-lasting series of stylus-enhanced Samsung flagships.
Being the curious people we are, we wanted to explore all that the Galaxy Note20 Ultra has to offer, go more in depth than our normal review could afford, while moving towards a more subjective view of how the phone feels like living with day out and day out for an extended period of time.
To achieve all this, the necessary became clear: a long-term review of the phone. So here it is. After using the Note20 Ultra exclusively for many weeks, we have finally drawn our conclusions.
They are waiting for you the next few pages, so get together and join us on a fun trip that aims to clarify how good this device is, as well as where it does not live up to the expectations that Samsung inevitably asked for it by pricing it so high. If you stick with us, you will find out if we think it is the best smartphone ever made, or at least the best Samsung smartphone ever or none of them. Let’s begin.