In other words, the Note20 Ultra is even a better choice than the recently-introduced Galaxy S21, though the consumer watchdog admits the device is a monster when it comes to dimensions.
“While this year’s Galaxy S21 phones did great in our testing, the most mind-blowing thing about them is that they cost $200 less than last year’s comparable models. And the Galaxy Note20 Ultra remains the top-scoring Android phone in CR’s ratings,” Consumer Reports says.
“Yes, size-wise it’s a monster, but its stylus helps make all that real estate more manageable. And, of course, you get those premium big-phone perks we’ve all come to expect: great battery life, a fancy zoom camera (in this case a 5x), an… (read more)
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