The Exynos is tricky but supposedly they have a new cooling system to improve the performance.Unless if you use the spen then yes no contest. But if you don't need the spen, it's a really tough choice paying over a grand for an exynos!
Yes just read some articles saying the exynos for the note 20 phones has been optimised this time around. . I have a oppo find x2 Pro, bought it at a good price. The only thing that will probably make me move to the note, is if I can swap my oppo find x2 Pro. Judging by the way the note phones lose value, this shouldn't take long.The Exynos is tricky but supposedly they have a new cooling system to improve the performance.
I honestly am ambivalent, I’m lucky enough to be able to try it and if it’s rubbish then move on.
I will say I’ve been a IPhone user for quite a while and I have the latest iPhone and it’s the worst iPhone I’ve very had. A truly awful user experience
Yeah it is. It’s the flatter screen that I find more appealing. The battery isn’t stellar for the exynos model even at 5000mah so I’m concerned the note 20 ultra with a smaller battery may be grimThe ultra is huge, probably bigger than the note 20 ultra if I'm not mistaken.
What's the trade in value for the s10 plus? £829 is reasonable.I've always been a fan of the Note, but having the S10plus I've realised i don't miss not having a Spen on a mobile (i have the Tab S4 for that).
Now, I could get the Note 20 ultra for £829 if i trade in the S10plus...so that little voice in my head is saying do it...do it...
Doubt it'd be that much tbh as I saw a note 10 plus go on this forum recently for 440 quid. Not 100% sure if that's representative or that buyer got lucky though.i was viewing this over on hexus. i have a note 9 now which i do like, my s pen stopped taking pictures for some reason, but was looking at this. the price is prohibitive. but what are 128gb unlocked note 9's worth privately, £4-500?
This is what I called out in post #3 the depreciation on Samsung is high.Note 10 + 5g going for between £400-£500