- Dynamic 6.9-inch 120Hz display
- Smoother S Pen performance
- Streams Xbox games
- Powerful 50x zoom camera and laser autofocus
- Very good battery life
- Camera bump is pretty big
- Curved display can annoy at times
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (starting at $1,299) is the most advanced big-screen phone yet because it's much more than a phone. It's a highly evolved note-taking device, a powerful 50x zoom camera and even a mini Xbox and desktop PC all rolled into one gadget.
But is it worth the ultra-premium price? After thoroughly testing the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, I'd say the answer is yes — if you're the type of power user who can appreciate all of its bells and whistles.