The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has problems with more than just autofocus

Premium smartphone users are faced with insufficient performance, overheating and too fast battery discharge.

Users of the most expensive model in the flagship series of smartphones Samsung Galaxy S20 complain about an increasing number of problems. 

A few days ago, the network was boisterously discussing "going crazy" autofocus in the international version based on the proprietary platform Exynos 990. As it turned out, this is not the only disadvantage of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. 

Users of premium smartphones faced with insufficient performance, overheating and too fast discharging of the battery.

Users of the Galaxy S20 with Exynos 990 talk about discharging in 3.5-4 hours "screen time", which is too little for a smartphone with a battery capacity of 5000 mAh.

Most complaints about overheating come from users of the Galaxy S20 Ultra version for the fourth generation 4G networks, but there are also reports from users of 5G models. 

It remains to be hoped that Samsung will fix these defects in one of the nearest software updates.

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