The customer’s viewpoint is quite different when compared to brands because they often talk about more megapixels on camera, innovative features but the pricing and practical usage scenario is far from what they claim. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a much better phone in terms of being a foldable device and costs less when compared to the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Massively large phones are not the crowd favorite because they do look great on review videos and on stage but in reality you will be hard pressed to reach the notification panel or the center of the screen whenever you wish to. The Galaxy S20 Ultra sports a 6.9-inch display which is possibly the farthest a smartphone display could go because it is already in the lines of a compact tablet like the iPad Mini or the yesteryear Google Nexus devices.
Galaxy Z Flip is More Affordable than S20 Ultra
On the other hand, for the $1,380 that you pay for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip you get something entirely new that no one may have in this generation. Not many phones could actually be folded into such small sizes, have an extra-large display combined with a real innovation that is lacking in all flagship models these days.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra hardly has such things to boast about because all it focuses on are the 108 megapixel camera, 30x zoom and if it is purely camera quality we are talking about, a professional DSLR could always win the spectrum than a smartphone could. Besides, the pricing of the top of the line S20 Ultra with 512GB is at $1,599 which is much more than what the Galaxy Z or the Moto Razr Flip phones launched recently.
It is a surprising move because when Samsung Galaxy Fold was launched, it was much more expensive at $1,980 making it impossible to own for most users but things have changed. The lesser priced Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is quite possible for most who are already used to purchasing flagship devices at $999 but the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is purely for those who want exceptional camera on a smartphone.