Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G network test Enjoy 5G with Galaxy 5G Mobile

Galaxy S20 ultra

World’s number one mobile phone manufacturer, Samsung naturally followed the pace of the development of 5G mobile market, launching Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

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Samsung officially released the new flagship Galaxy S20 series , all of which support high-speed 5G networks. Next, we will take the highest model Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G as an example to experience its 5G network performance.

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with the latest Android flagship processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. Its absolute performance stands out in the current Android camp. It is paired with the Snapdragon X55 5G baseband to achieve high-speed 5G network connection.

The Snapdragon X55 5G modem and RF system are flagship-level solutions that integrate the world’s most advanced commercial 5G modems, RF transceivers, RF front-ends, millimeter wave antenna modules, and software frameworks. Simply understand, when you see which one The phone has a built-in Snapdragon X55, which means it has the industry’s top 5G network experience.

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The Snapdragon X55 5G modem and RF system are flagship-level solutions that integrate the world’s most advanced commercial 5G modems, RF transceivers, RF front-ends, millimeter wave antenna modules, and software frameworks. Simply understand, when you see which one The phone has a built-in Snapdragon X55, which means it has the industry’s top 5G network experience.

The powerful hardware configuration of Samsung  Galaxy S20 Ultra can make full use of the advantages of high-speed and low-latency 5G network. Its amazing peak speed makes all network-based applications no longer need to worry about the slow network speed. The downlink speed of daily use is very obvious compared to 4G. Promote.

Speaking without proof, let’s actually measure the performance of the Samsung   Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 5G network.

5G Network Experience

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Due to limited budget, this time we used a Unicom 5G card with a 500Mbps rate, not a 5G package with unlimited speed.

We conduct tests in areas near the company where 5G signals can be received. In this test, the Samsung  Galaxy S20 Ultra has a downlink rate of 482 Mbps and an uplink rate of 61.1 Mbps, which is the normal performance of the package rate (500 Mbps) that we run, which is much better than the results we ran out on the 4G network. Android King is still very stable in terms of 5G network.

In addition to the solid 5G hardware performance, Samsung also made several user-friendly settings in terms of software experience to bring users a better user experience.

The first is to add the “5G” shortcut switch in the notification center. If the user wants to turn off the 5G network for battery life considerations, the notification center can be directly pulled down by directly pulling down, without having to enter the setting menu to filter.

In addition, for battery life considerations, Samsung has also added two settings in the system settings: “Automatically switch to LTE when the battery is low” and “Automatically switch between 5G and LTE”, allowing the phone to intelligently switch between 5G and 4G according to network conditions, so as to achieve The power saving effect, coupled with the large 5000mAh battery, even with a 5G+120Hz screen, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s battery life is still good.

The Snapdragon 865 flagship processor can provide powerful computing power, and the new LPDDR5 memory can carry greater data throughput at a rate of about 5500Mbps, which brings a nearly 20% improvement over the previous generation of LPDDR4x memory, while the operating voltage Lower power consumption by 40% compared to LPDDR4x. This combination makes the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra even if there is a huge amount of data processing under the high-speed 5G network, it will not appear to be stuck.

Conclusion

In the past, people always criticized Samsung for stacking hardware and ignoring software-level optimization. But on the Galaxy S20 series, we saw Samsung’s excellent combination of hardware and software.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra not only piles up the hardware and guarantees the basic experience of the whole machine, but also has been specially optimized for the 5G experience at the software level, thus bringing users a very good 5G experience. Excellent 5G performance, combined with a combination of hard and soft user experience, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is a true 5G all-rounder.

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