3 Reasons Why You Should Still Consider Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra

It’s still one of the best flagships available this 2020

We’re almost at the halfway point of 2020, and we’ve already a couple of really great and compelling flagships launched even in the middle of the pandemic. But as spoiled as we are for choice, Samsung’s top-of-the-line Galaxy S20 Ultra should still be top of mind if you have the cash to spend for a top-tier flagship this year. Here are 3 reasons why:

Its cameras are now better than ever

Samsung’s S20 Ultra might have a gigantic camera module on the back, but the phone didn’t exactly wow reviewers with its camera performance when it launched. While the 108-megapixel camera was impressive on paper, software issues and autofocus problems prevented the phone from achieving its full potential.

Samsung’s rolled out several software updates to fix those issues, and thankfully it seems that the fixes have completely resolved those problems as of writing. That means you can enjoy that 108-megapixel camera (as well as that 100x Super Zoom) the way it was meant to be.

The prettiest screen you’ll ever see

The “ultra” part of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is mostly due to its huge 6.9-inch, Dynamic Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. There are very few displays that make us stand up and notice, and the one on the Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of them.

It’s really bright, the colors are super vivid (too vivid for some) and like most flagship phones currently in the market, has a super-fluid 120Hz refresh rate.

Top-tier camera features for power users

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra isn’t for everyone, as its high price makes it out of reach for most people. But if you’re willing to shell out the cash for one, you’re getting a buttload of top-tier features with your purchase. While the cameras are obviously the main highlight here, Samsung’s implementation of AI tech shouldn’t be ignored. Best Shot allows you to pick quite literally the best shot taken by the phone, before and after you press the shutter. That 100x zoom capability might have limited use, but when you do find something that’s worthy to zoom in on, it really comes in handy.

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