Galaxy S20 Ultra
Galaxy S20 Ultra Review: The Complete Flagship Smartphone Package – Early March 2020 Samsung presents its flagship smartphone in the S series family, namely the Galaxy S20 series that carries several excellent features, especially on the camera.
Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra is the highest variant compared to other S20 versions.
The name also carries the word “ultra” so that the specifications and features offered are superior.
In the photography sector, this smartphone has a zooming capability of up to 100x zoom.
Whereas in the kitchen the spur of the Galaxy S20 ultra is embedded by its processor, Exynos 990 which brings several improvements.
How about this Galaxy S20 Ultra in everyday use?
Galaxy S20 Ultra has 6.9-inch screen dimensions with a super dynamic AMOLED panel resolution of 3200 x 1440 which is equipped with the highest refresh of 120 Hz.
At a refresh rate of that magnitude, of course, it will improve much better user experience.
For example, when scrolling the home screen does not look shaded, and when browsing or reading articles to be more comfortable in the eyes.
But of course, with a 120hz refresh rate, this smartphone will consume a lot of battery power. To watch Drakor with a film duration of 1 hour I can watch 5 episodes.
But if you use a 60hz refresh rate, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra can last for approximately 8 hours with the normal use of course.
Unlike the previous S variant, the S20 ultra screen’s edge is not too curved, just slightly curved.
Because the screen is already carrying super AMOLED, the image issued is quite comfortable in the eyes and more colorful.
Furthermore, when talking about the body, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is quite a boy, but want to hold one hand or two hands just fine even though far from the word compact.
For the body cover using glass material, both front and back, both have been coated with protection from gorilla glass 6 to protect the smartphone from naughty scratches.
S20 Ultra weights 220 grams and if held with one hand you must feel there is a heavy on the top, precisely in the place where the camera resides. Especially when held lying down, making the fingers achy.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with Exynos 990 chipset with 7nm fabrication which is the latest Samsung chipset and brings a lot of improvement.
Also, the chipset is matched with GPU Mali G77 MP11 and LPDDR5 memory, which of course reinforces the S20 ultra’s performance.
This smartphone has a 128GB internal storage configuration that is paired with 12GB RAM.
To run the application simultaneously I do not feel any lag or faltered.
For the camera sector, the Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra has 4 rear cameras with a 108MP wide angle configuration, 48MP telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide collected in a thick box protruding behind the phone.
The camera feature on this device is supported by OIS (Optical image stabilizer) which can make it easier for us to take pictures and videos stably.
The camera in the Galaxy S20 Ultra also already uses 4x optical zoom and 10x hybrid zoom, my friends, so it’s not digital zoom, so the resulting picture is quite satisfying. This smartphone’s zooming capability is useful for capturing objects that are difficult to reach.
The camera in this device also has 100x zoom capability. But in my opinion, the feature cannot be maximized for photography needs.
Thus the article about the Galaxy S20 Ultra Review: The Complete Flagship Smartphone Package, hopefully useful.