Top 3 Improvements for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Samsung put out some of the finest smartphones in the industry, and it’s pretty safe to say that Galaxy S20 Ultra is among the strongest, most desirable models they’ve released so far. Even though this phone is already so amazing and powerful in terms of performance, versatility, and value, why not kick it up a notch and make it even better?
You’d assume that it’s perfect as is, but the truth is that Galaxy S20 Ultra is compatible with all sorts of trinkets, gadgets, and accessories. Today we’re going to talk about some of the best improvements you can use on (or with) your Samsung Galaxy S20. Without any further ado, let’s get straight to it.
The first, and possibly the most valuable Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra accessory is i-Blades’ Smart Case. Although at first glance it might appear like a fancy screen protector, i-Blades Smart Case has a couple of other functions.
First and foremost, this case boasts a unique ‘slimline’ design. Aside from looking cool, it sports military-grade protection and is built from some of the sturdiest materials in this line of industry. Moreover, the slim profile retains the original shape of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It’s shock-absorbent and specifically made to guard your phone against any and all external damage.
The second most notable feature of i-Blades Smart Case is the four-in-one air-quality monitor designed by Bosch Sensortec. The case gauges the quality of VOC, temperature, air humidity, pressure, all the while recording the data for later access and comparison.
Even though no one can say with certainty what Galaxy has in store for the future in terms of new gadgets and oddities, i-Blades Smart Case was designed in such a way that it’s already compatible with most of them.
As far as its price goes, it’s not expensive, although it isn’t exactly cheap either. What we can conclude is that it packs a humongous value for the buck due to its unparalleled versatility and usefulness.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a premium DAC built into it; that’s the reason why most people could notice how music played from this phone is leagues above others in terms of sonic performance and quality.
However, it’s hard to realize its true potential unless you have a solid pair of cans. If you’re an audiophile or someone who truly enjoys listening to music over their smartphone, we recommend that you check out Samsung Galaxy Buds.
They are wireless, have a huge wireless range, impeccable battery lifespan, and are powered by external AKG’s chipset (that complements the S20’s built-in converter).
In terms of compatibility, Samsung Galaxy Buds are suitable for use with most Samsung devices, as well as a decent number of Android or iOS-based smartphones.
Most Galaxy fans already know that there are several ways by which you can charge a GS 20 Ultra. You can use the factory charger, which is efficient at what it does, but it’s the slowest of all options; you can get a 45w USB charger; it’s incredibly faster and very convenient for when you really need to back your phone’s juices back up, but it’s still a wired charger.
Knowing the many limitations of wired chargers, we recommend that you switch to wireless Galaxy S20 Ultra chargers; the DUO pad is leagues above other wireless chargers as it comes supplied with superior features that provide it with unparalleled performance.
First, and most notably, the DUO pad is Qi-certified, which basically means that it’s compatible with nearly all Samsung smartphones; this leads us to its prime feature – the DUO ‘pads’. Basically, this wireless charger comes supplied with two pods that you can use to charge up to two Samsung smartphones simultaneously.
It’s incomparably faster than most wireless chargers and it allows you to recharge two Qi-compatible smartphones at the same time. Given that it’s just slightly more expensive than most wired and wireless chargers, it does quite a job for the money.
Basically, it’s up to you to decide which aspect of your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra you want to improve. This could prove to be somewhat of a challenging task since its performance is pretty well-rounded already.
The first thing you should do is figure out what you find as lacking in Galaxy S20 Ultra’s performance. Some people don’t like the battery lifetime, others don’t like how long it takes to get it back up and running again; there are people who struggle with finding a good pair of cans to go along with the GS 20 Ultra;
Once you’ve decided which aspect of performance you want to improve, we advise you to take a close look at all your options; Samsung offers a premium selection of accessories and accompanying gear, but there are other specialist brands that can, perhaps, do a bit more;
For example, i-Blades is a brand that specializes in making Smart Cases and usually outfit their models with a variety of unique, exquisite features. Even though they’re not Samsung’s brand, their cases are obviously superior to the ones the original brand has designed and put out onto the market.
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