The video you posted is not bad, but they're using an Exynos version of the phone, so it's not really a good example of what we should expect with Snapdraggon.
Let me ask a random question... Did you transfer your data from the old phone with the Smart Switch or anything like that?
Wait what? No, I'm not talking about any of that, all I'm doing is pointing out that in a video shared by a user I replied to, they're using an Exynos version of the device to compare battery lives. And this is a US forum, so most users should be using the Snapdraggon variant.
Hi all, I'm from The Netherlands. Here the exact same problem with th Exynos version.
Batterylife is really terrible and almost unuseable for my job for instance. I have to recharge battery multiple times a day. Before the Note 20 Ultra 5G I had a Note 9, I used more apps, everything on (best screenresolution, BT, NFC, WIFI, GPS) and no problem whasoever, I could use it all day long.
Also the camera quality I feel dissappointed about; it has beautiful colours and the base camera is okay, although when I take pictures of a white paper with text, partialle text is vague. Also the 'telelens' 5X optical zoom, is unsharp, or at least spotted, like resolution has been heavily boosted.
I am almost at the point of returning this phone, thats how dissapointed I am.
The same here, in Ukraine. Bought note ultra 5g and got this trouble with battery. It's huge downgrade from my s10+. And yes, I am power user, did not switch accounts, turned off 5g, turned off security scan, gave more than 10 days for battery AI to learn from me, and still this thing could not last more than half day. I hope very much that this will be fixed with next update. Otherwise Samsung will convert another fan to distractor.