OFFICIAL: The Samsung S20 Ultra has been unveiled

Finally, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has been unveiled in all its glory at Samsung's Unpacked event. Let's pretend we did not know about 90% per cent of the details of this device. All that we knew about this the device has been confirmed at the official release with some little information we did not know about this monster of a device. Here are the specs:

  • 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X
  • Infinity-O Display (3200X1440)
  • HDR10+ certified
  • Up to 120Hz refresh rate support
  • Snapdragon 865
  • 16GB RAM
  • 512GB internal storage
  • 12MP Ultra Wide
  • 108MP Wide-angle
  • 48MP Telephoto
 Is it safe to say that this is Samsung's most powerful smartphone ever made? Same of us have been wondering why Samsung's selling high tech components to their competitors while they hesitate to use such components themselves, well that ends with the ultra. The price certainly matches the specs of the Ultra at $1400, and it will be available on March 6th with pre-orders starting on February 21st .
All the S devices including the S20 Ultra and will support 5G in us and other select markets.

This shows that Samsung is ready for the 5G “revolution” and are not getting left behind by their competitors. As stated in previous posts about this device, if you want a device that no other smartphone can compete with in terms of specs then look no further.

From the 120Hz refresh screen to the 108mp main camera of the ultra puts it in an unrivalled position, at least for now. Oh, and do not forget the 100x zoom.To achieve this zoom, Samsung has done something similar to what Huawei did with theP30 which they are calling “folded” zoom lens. Basically light hits a prism and then is redirected across the phone to the sensor. The selfie camera has been moved to the centre with a smaller punch hole compared to the note 10, and the back camera now has a more pronounced rectangular bump which accommodates the various sensors. 8K video recording and editing are also available with improved stabilization. 

Even though this device has every spec available to a smartphone in 2020, it lacks the headphone jack. This really is the end of the jack. If Samsung has ditched it, then don’t expect any flagship to have one from here onwards. The curved screen of the device is not as aggressive which helps reduce accidental touches. Apart from the insane specs, the ultra will feel like your normal Samsung device it terms of software. 

You get all the cool features and ease of use the one UI provides. It is no doubt that the Ultra is for the power users who want the absolute best of everything and that is what you'll be getting with this device.

Check out everything that was announced here
Previous Post Next Post