- LTPO panel with dynamic display refresh vs LTPS battery hog
- Much faster EFS 3.1 vs 3.0 storage memory
- Fast-focusing camera
- Tougher Gorilla Glass Victus
- Wireless DeX
- Note 20 Ultra price: $1299 for the 128GB model vs $1399
Samsung detailed most of those in its rather lengthy promo videos exploring every nook and cranny of the handsets – from the design process to the performance charts – but a few awesome new features have seemingly stayed under the radar.
The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are first with this new 5G power amplifier
Granted, fast-paced gaming titles and high-res 8K video may be a bit of a challenge for the connection to pull off uninterrupted, but at long last you can just grab and throw anything that’s on your phone display to the largest screen in the house whose interface is otherwise horrendous as a principle.
Of course, you can still connect Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, or, in the case of the new Note 20 models, use the S Pen to move between slides for a presentation.
VRR display down to 10hz
It does, however, bring something new to the high display refresh table that is all the rage in flagship phones these days – the ability to throttle the refresh rate all the way down to 10Hz even, which should save on battery when displaying static images, so as to compensate for the 10% reduction in battery capacity compared to the S20 Ultra.
One UI 2.5 vs OneUI 2.1 differences
- A 21:9 video recording ratio to match the new tall screen aspect ratios.
- New video recording resolution and frame rate info in the Pro camera mode.
- New focus options toggle in the Pro camera mode.
- Pro Video mode on the Galaxy S20 series gives you the ability to control the smartphone’s mic direction
- New YouTube icon in the default keyboard for easier video sharing in messaging and chat apps.
- With the updated Reminder app, you can preset time and location for upcoming meetings and tasks.
- Share the password of the Wi-Fi you are connected to with nearby Galaxy devices that are in your contact list.
- By tapping on the Samsung DeX icon in the quick panel, you can now connect your Galaxy S20 to a Smart TV wirelessly and use the phone as a touchpad.
- Samsung Notes’ Auto save & sync function, adding handwritten text to typed documents. import and write on PDF files.
- With Audio Bookmark, you can synchronize your notes with audio recordings of lectures or meetings.
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