Do you think the Galaxy S20 Ultra is too big of a phone?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Bader
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Bader (Image credit: Android Central)

If you want to get your hands on the most powerful and capable phone Samsung has to offer in 2020, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is what you're after.

Equipped with the Snapdragon 865 processor, quad rear cameras capable of 100x zoom, and a huge 6.9-inch 120Hz display, there's no denying that the S20 Ultra is packing the heat. However, it's also quite large.

Looking through the AC forums, here's what some of our members have to say about the Ultra's size.

Honestly, given that it's getting it's extra display size over the Note 9, (6.9" vs 6.4"), from a taller, with less bezel format... I have to wonder if viewing movies/videos will be much, if really at all, different between the two. When I'm watching videos I tend to be more focused in the middle'ish area of the screen, not the left or right areas. Makes me think that the viewing...


Seriously, I remember all the whining & moaning about the S10+ size, when it wasn't *that* much bigger than the S9+. Maybe I have big hands (S10+ without a case almost fits in my hand). How about we wait for the demos to hit the stores before declaring it's "too big"?


The actual display is thinner width, but taller than the Note 10+. Not a content friendly aspect ratio for me. The curved corners also offset any gain from slightly less curved edges. Keeping my N10+.


The same thing happened with the Note 10+ and Note 9. People were complaining about how big the Note 10+ was even though the dimensions were almost the same. They weren't looking at dimensions, just the screen size, and assuming the phone would be much bigger overall. They weren't taking the smaller bezels into consideration.


What about you? Do you think the Galaxy S20 Ultra is too big of a phone?

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Joe Maring

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.