Galaxy S20 Ultra: demonstration of 45W fast charge
Samsung has finally made rapid charging technology in its recent flagship brands. The company went from 15W on the Galaxy S10 line to 25W and 45W on the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 +, respectively. Now with the new Galaxy S20 Ultra and 45W accelerator, the company has improved its capabilities and given its customers a taste of technology that has been on the market for two years. Reportedly, the 5,000 mAh battery in the S20 Ultra charges from 0% to 100% in just 58 minutes with the optional 45W charger.
For the current Galaxy S20 Ultra, the 45w charger can charge it 100% in 58 minutes. Its battery is 5000mAh, so it's clear that the charging speed is faster than the Note10 +.
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Batteries use higher power when they have low charge and reduce the charge rate as they charge. The S20 Ultra probably retains the higher charging rates far more than the Note10, from which it charges a smaller battery for a little longer.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is the flagship that will determine Samsung's next two years. He's got everything the company's fans have wanted in the last three years. Unfortunately it has a price that is prohibitive for most people. To see what all the elements of the handset will go through the Galaxy A mid-range.
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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is the first in a new category of Samsung flagships. It's more than the S20 family's "Plus" phone. It is obvious that we are talking clearly about a camcorder and as you will see there is no like in the market. The camera segment shares virtually nothing to do with the S20 and S20 +, having several fronts for both the Galaxy series and the mobile phone industry.
The main camera has a large 108MP sensor. Using the 9-in-1 binning pixel technique, the camera can shoot 12MP with 2.4mm pixels, which sets a new benchmark for low-light photography. The camera features Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and f / 1.8 aperture.
The phone can record 8K videos, which you can upload to YouTube and share with the few who own an 8K TV. With Super Steady 2.0 that promises exceptional stability, Samsung promises "professional shooting".
The telephoto lens uses Samsung's first percussion lens. It is built around a very large 48MP sensor, which supports 4-in-1 binning pixel technique for 12MP shots. Samsung says the camera offers 10x hybrid optical zoom and up to 100x Super Resolution Zoom. The periscope telephoto lens also has OIS.
There's a 12MP wide-angle camera and a DepthVision sensor. Single Take captures photos from all cameras at once and uses built-in AI to compose the best photo.
The 40MP Selfies camera is another big step. The highest resolution sensor is a 4-in-1 binning pixel technique for 10 MP photos, with 1.4 µm pixels. There will be a significant improvement in image quality over the S20 and S20 + (which have a simple 10MP selfie camera). This is the highest resolution selfie-cam we've ever seen (not counting the phones that use their main cameras for selfies).
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra also has the largest trinity battery at 5,000mAh. The phone supports 45W fast charge, but Samsung includes a 25W charger in the package, so you'll need to buy a stronger charger separately if you want. It has 15W wireless charging.
The phone itself is the largest of its siblings with a 6.9-inch screen. The Dynamic AMOLED display is HDR10 + certified and has 1440p + resolution. Below the screen is an ultrasonic fingerprint reader. The display features 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch detection rate, as do the other two S20 series models.
As a top model, the Ultra has the loudest memory configurations – the top model has 16GB of RAM – the world's first – and 512GB of storage. The basic model comes with 12GB of RAM and only 128GB of storage. It has a microSD slot (which supports cards up to 1TB), but 128GB won't last long if you plan on taking 108MP and 8K video.
Price and availability
The Samsung Galaxy S20 + Ultra is available for pre-order. The 128GB option costs € 1,3450 but if you want the extra RAM and storage you need to pay € 1,550. The phone comes in 4G and 5G versions (the latter supports both mmWave and sub-6GHz). You can choose between Cosmic Black and Cosmic Gray colors.
Pre-orders will start shipping in early March and will come with a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds + (worth $ 170!).