There’s something to be said about Samsung’s marketing for the S20 Ultra. The hype around this mammoth handset is about having the best technical specifications — on paper.
The S20 Ultra can shoot 8K video; has a 108-megapixel camera; features 100x Space Zoom; offers a 6.9-inch, 120Hz display; and takes 40MP selfies. The smartphone claims a world-first for its 8K video recording and a 120Hz screen refresh rate.
But the first thing you notice about the S20 Ultra is, of course, the size. You can grip it with one hand because it’s not very wide, but you need two hands for everything else.
Continue reading my written review here on TechCentral:
Duncan McLeod and I also recorded a podcast about the S20 Ultra, you can find it here:
There’s also a vodcast on TechCentral if you want to watch:
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