Well that's nearly 2 weeks with the handset and the battery life has not improved as they said it would.
Shutting down this, changing that, turning off 5G, changing display settings .... nothing has made any real difference.
We're lucky in the UK having 28 days for returns but it would be nice if Samsung could acknowledge if they consider the widely publicized poor battery life as an actual issue and that they are working on a fix.
If nothing is going to be changed I'd be as well return the handset now and look for something else.
I'm not even sure if Samsung even read posts on their own forums, there's only one guy ever seems to respond but he's nothing to do with Samsung (apparently)
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All very well but the apparent lack of testing prior to release would have stopped so many handsets being returned and all the bad publicity. Interesting the reviewers never picked this up!
That's pretty impressive SOT ?
Can you put up a screenshot of your battery stats from Device Care please ?
Current Phone ~
Samsung Note 20 Ultra 5G SM-N9860_256Gb SnapDragon 865+
Samsung One Ui 3.0/ Android 11.
I did a factory reset and never restored settings in the backup. Got nearly 6 hours SOT with the display around 50 percent. Not brilliant but probably OK.
It is like Samsung is running a scam by not telling its customers that their phone is much more inferior than the one being sold in the US and even in their home market S.Korea.
This will be my last Samsung for sure back to iPhone