Yesterday, I got the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, with its 108MP and 8K recording being the main features that led me to purchase it. I intend to use its camera to take lots of photos and take early advantage of its 8K recording mode. The photos on this post were taken with my previous phone: the Samsung Galaxy S9+.
Let’s begin the unboxing with the box, which is similar to previous Samsung Galaxy phones:
As soon as we open it, we see the Samsung S20 Ultra 5G phone:
We then see the charger, as well as its other extras:
Taking everything off the box, here’s the content, which also includes a USB-C to USB-C cable and a USB-C headset tuned by AKG:
With the phone flipped:
Here we have a closer look to the cameras:
The phone charger has a USB-C port:
Here’s a closer look to the USB-C cable:
And here’s a closer look to the USB-C headset tuned by AKG. They look similar to the headset that came with the Samsung Galaxy S9+, but with a USB-C connector instead of the 3.5mm jack:
On the other part of the box, the documentation is included:
After the SIM card is inserted, it’s time to turn it on:
It prompted us to restart the phone as soon as it turned on:
We can then migrate the data from our previous phone to the Samsung S20 Ultra 5G:
After this process is finished and we have also finished configuring the phone, we can start to use our new phone:
I’ll be posting images taken with the S20 Ultra so you can see the quality of them. Note that this site is configured to scale large pictures and that they are optimized for web display, but you should still be able to get an idea of how the pictures looks on this brand-new phone.
Until next time!