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Comparission Between Galaxy Z Fold 2 vs Galaxy Note 20 Ultra vs Galaxy S20 Ultra Review

I’ve been asked a lot of questions when it comes to the galaxies evil too. Today I want to talk about one question in particular and that question is, should I buy the galaxy fold two or the note 20 Ultra? In this video, we’re going to talk about it and address that question. Not only that, I’m going to do you one better by bringing in the Galaxy S 20. Let’s start with a quick spec breakdown of each device beginning with the S 20 old Trump. So all three of these phones are Snapdragon variants and 5g ready, the Galaxy S 20 Ultra packs a Snapdragon 865 12 or 16 gigabytes of RAM 128 or 512 gigabytes of internal storage and a 5000 milliamp hour battery, the Galaxy Note 24 packs a Snapdragon 865 plus 12 gigabytes of RAM 128 or 512 gigabytes of storage and a 4500 milliamp hour battery the galaxy fold two packs a Snapdragon 865 plus 12 gigabytes of RAM, 256 gigabytes of internal storage and a 4500 milliamp hour battery.

 The Galaxy S 20 Ultra model that I own has 16 gigabytes of RAM, which at the time of this video is no longer being sold on the samsung website. Honestly, comes to day to day performance, including gaming, the Galaxy S 20 Ultra could in the most extreme Case scenario allow you to do a little bit more when it comes to keeping apps open in the background, multitasking and other things Ram. these three devices since usage is subjective.

 If you use the cover display on the fold to most of the time, then battery life is very similar on all three with the note 20 Ultra having the worst battery life. If you tend to the interior display of the Z fold to the manhood of the time, the new 20 Ultra will have slightly better battery life than the fold two. Moving on to the design and displays on each of these phones. We start to see some differentiation between each model. Both the Galaxy S 20 Ultra and the note 20 Ultra have large 120 hertz 6.9 inch Quad HD plus displays. Unfortunately, otherwise it’s limited to 60 hertz.

 The Galaxy S 20 Ultra is slightly sharper, but it’s by such a small amount. Both have very bright panels but then a 20 Ultra is around 300 and it’s brighter. When using adaptive brightness and the high brightness mode is the 20 Ultra has a LTP o display it makes sense in order to maintain power, the galaxy fold two features a 6.2 inch 60 hertz HD plus display on the front and on the in a gorgeous 7.6 inch 120 hertz Full HD plus display just like the note 20 Ultra. on it is you’re doing design wise the 2008 and no 2002 are very similar, but have a few differentiating factors.

The note 2003 is wider box here and features a matte glass backside depending on the color that you opt for. It has Gorilla Glass seven victus on the front and the back. The 20 Ultra is easier to manage in a hand due to its subtle curves and narrower display. It has a larger camera design despite not protruding much a no 20 Oh trip the no 20 Ultra has a better looking camera design. Moving on to the galaxy fold two it has like a wedge shaped due to how the hinge system works.

 It’s much thicker and heavier than the other two devices despite being shorter and narrower. On the front side we have Gorilla Glass seven but on the backside it’s Gorilla Glass six. The in display uses an ultra thin bendable glass material. Unlike the S 20 Ultra and no 20 Ultra the Z fold two does not have an in display fingerprint reader. Instead there’s a fingerprint scanner along the right hand side that doubles a power button. One thing that both the S 20 Ultra and no 20 Ultra have that I wish was on the Z fold tube is a micro SD card slot.

The camera bump on the back of the Z fold two is the smallest overall, but it’s still protrudes a little bit. It’s right in the middle between the S 20 Ultra and the note 20 Ultra. Okay, so that was a quick look at the specs performance and design characteristics. To make the rest of this video a little bit easier. I’m going to break it down into five different categories.

We have content consumption, content creation, productivity, durability, and just random features or The most features packed a phone. I’ll pick a winner for each category and let you know the reasoning behind my choice. kicking it off with content consumption. There’s no way around it. No If ands or buts the galaxy fold two is the clear winner. Having basically a smartphone and a tablet in a single design means you’re going to get the benefits of watching videos on a mini tablet and now you have a 7.6 inch display suitable for high framerate gaming. Of course, a display alone can’t make a great experience.

Sound is important. None of these devices have headphone jacks, and all of them have amazing onboard speakers. Surprisingly, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was the loudest but it’s by an very small amount. The zebul two speakers in my personal opinion, provide a richer sounding experience. you don’t want to cover them up you’re holding the phone. For content creation. We’re looking at a few different things, we’re looking at camera quality camera features and experience.

 For this one, I have to give it to the 20 Ultra, the autofocus is still not perfect, and it’s probably the worst out of the three phones. But it’s doable thanks to the series of updates that Samsung has pushed out when ui 2.5 brought over promo video, like the Note series the 48 megapixel telephoto camera is capable of producing great images. And even though it’s only four times optical Versus the note 20 Ultra is five times optical the more resolution in my opinion makes up for it while the zoom does go up to 100x. I would not recommend this and I don’t even think it a feature, since it does look really bad.

More importantly, the front facing camera on the S 20 Ultra is 40 megapixels and has the ability to create a 10 megapixel bend image. The noise control from the bench shots and the F 1.8. aperture makes the S 20 Ultra better at taking selfies and lower lit situations. the Z fold two is not capable of recording it.

The same thing needs to be said about the 108 megapixel mode since the fall two does not have this either. Lastly, the S 20 Ultra features a 3d depth sensing camera making it the fourth camera on the backside. This allows you to scan objects to create 3d models. editing photos and videos using the S Pen or having the larger display on the Z fold two is better than the S 20 Ultra in my personal opinion but really outside of that the experience is on all three phones when it comes to the included tools and editing features.

Moving on to productivity this one I have mixed feelings about but ultimately I have to give the win to the note 20 Ultra. Let me explain. The z vol two is better at displaying multiple windows and apps at allows for a larger trackpad experience and keyboard experience when using wireless decks. That said it lacks S Pen supports and all of the killer features that come along with the S Pen. The S Pen adds the ability to sign and markup documents. Copy and paste text nearly anywhere in app act.

 And it supports multiple floating windows. It’s just not spacious the xfl to another thing to keep in mind is if you’re serious when it comes to getting things, the no 20 Ultra has a micro SD card slot the Z fold two does not. Now let’s talk about durability. This one’s pretty simple and self explanatory. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the most durable of the three. First of all, the Z fold two while drastically improved from the original foam. it has no IP rating in the interior glass needs to be treated very softly and handled with care, which is more than the reason why we don’t have S Pen supports on the fold.

This includes the S Pen. Also thanks to Gorilla Glass victus. It makes it more durable to drops in everyday wear and tear Versus the S 20 Ultra.Lastly, let’s talk about features. Also things that stand out from the rest and make using the phone make a unique experience. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra really shines with its S Pen feature set making it a killer tool for productivity, content creation and phone navigation.

 But if you’re not an S Pen user, you’re gonna find that the Z fold two is much more up your alley. For starters, the 7.6 inch display is impossible until you see it yourself, it’s really hard to put it into perspective. Thanks to the foldable design, there are new flex mode, many camera modes, and even the concierge incentives. Let’s wrap this up. For most people out there. I think the Galaxy Note 2003 is the well-rounded of these three phones. It’s

not a big step up from the s 20 Ultra if you’re not an S Pen user, but if you’re trying to decide between S 20 Ultra and no 20 Ultra, it’s the better choice if camera is the most important thing to you.

The S 20 Ultra in my personal opinion is the better choice overall but be aware of the autofocus issues before diving right in. and find out if it’s going to work for you. If it doesn’t work for you. The no 20 Ultra is a microscopic you very tiny downgrade in terms of camera features. Lastly, just not a problem because you’re a baller like that does evil two is fantastic.

 It’s not a completely polished phone like the no 20 Ultra but it the most unique and futuristic experience of these three phones. Just remember the Z fold two needs to be handled with care. It’s not durable the other devices and it will cost more to get repaired if anything happens to it. Hopefully this article helped you out if it did, let me know which phone is for you in the comment section below.



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