The phone forums in general on here haven't generated much interest in a long time now, nothing to do with the Note 20 specifically.
I think it's reached the stage where the improvements each year are nigh on minimal to justify upgrading if you have the previous model.I guess that it is safe to assume that this phone has not generated as much interest as its predecessors, at least among members of these forums.
I was expecting a bit more from it. I wonder if the exynos CPU has cooled people’s interest. Saying that, I do not think most people will know about CPU. In the other hand, I think most people buying this sort of phones will be looking at the specs.
Any new owner's experience?
I've got no issues, battery lasts me a full day normally, odd occasion it doesn't but I'm happy enoughSo how are you guys with the note 20 ultra exynos holding out? Are you happy with it or its going back. I can see the prices falling fast and will probably only bite when the prices go below £700 I .
I only updated from the 10 plus as I'm in the Samsung upgrade program. I'm paying less for the 20 ultra than the 10 plusI think it's reached the stage where the improvements each year are nigh on minimal to justify upgrading if you have the previous model.
Buyers of flagship phones are in the minority now, and if the specs aren't much different to the previous model I imagine a lot of them are saving their cash and either waiting for the inevitable price drop or waiting for the next release to see if there's a bigger jump in specs.
What do you need to know? The Samsung site has all the specifications of the phone. Specs of any phone are easily Googled anyway.The arrogance of Samsung is very clear. Their website does not even publish the technical specifications.
I was seriously contemplating getting the Note 20 Ultra but I guess that I will look somewhere else.
Most manufacturers have the technical specifications published on their website, including CPU, GPU etc. Samsung in the other hand has no info at all whatsoever. In “old” models, e.g. S20, where they have some specs; it mentions octa-core, which does not give any information of which CPU is using. It is like going to a restaurant and the menu has the entry “wine” and a very high price tag. I personally would like to know which wine in particular I am going to be given.What do you need to know? The Samsung site has all the specifications of the phone. Specs of any phone are easily Googled anyway.
i have a note 10 plus, didn't realise it didnt support the xbox cloud gaming :-(I only updated from the 10 plus as I'm in the Samsung upgrade program. I'm paying less for the 20 ultra than the 10 plus
I can't see any difference between the two phones apart from a larger screen. Graphics are identical on both.
Unless you've got the upgrade program then there's no reason to go from the 10 plus to the 20 ultra. But there is the xbox cloud gaming. I'm not sure that's on the 10 plus.