is anyone else experiencing the note 20 ultra to have an extremely dim screen. the brightness of the screen pales in comparison to the Note 10+, whites are a very milky greyish colour.
all settings are the same on both devices. Just trying to work out if this is faulty or if its just how its meant to be?
I have the exact same issue. When i compared it to my note 10+its cleary visible that the display is such a downgrade. Its such a shame, that the old models get more brighter than the new ones !
I'm having the same problem with my new note 20 ultra as well. I have a note 9 and the screen is significantly brighter and whites are alot brighter.
Unfortunately I think what you're disliking is the fact that the Note 20 Ultra is more "colour accurate" than previous phones.
So even in Vivid, it is still preserving the proper colour spectrum and is much closer to a properly calibrated screen. You can read all about how colour correct the Note 20U's screen is on Display Mate. Apparently set a record.
I guess some people like yourself don't like that and want more pop even if it means not colour accurate/calibrated.
I personally think Samsung is doing the right move. A colour accurate screen means you're seeing photos the way they are meant to be seen, and will look the same on other calibrated screens. Samsung phones used to be horribly over saturated. Every generation they improve.
They should probably allow more customisation for people that don't care about accuracy though, and allow users to ramp up saturation at the expense of artificial colours. If anything, I think over saturated screens like the Chinese phones you refer to are the cheap looking ones since they cannot make such an accurate display.
Probably samsung software is doing the auto dimming. To prevent overheating perhaps. We need to get together to protest and bring the issue up to the CEO to push for the new software updates. You can do so in the samsung website via "Contact us" down at the bottom of the site.