Samsung has virtually unveiled five new products, one of which is the Galaxy Note 20. The new phone has put tech lovers in a frenzy as they try to get their hands on it through pre-orders. If you’ve been waiting to invest in a new phone, this might just be it.
Smartphones Ultra Steal The Spotlight
Alongside the smartphone, an updated tablet, smartwatch, wireless earbuds, and a folding smartphone were also released, but people are interested in Note 20. The Samsung’s latest smartphone is available in two versions — the 6.7-inch Galaxy Note 20, starting at $999.99, and the 6.9-inch Note 20 Ultra starting at $1,299.99. They’re tough on the wallet, but they have the technology to justify the price.
The phones are available for pre-order starting August 6 before going on sale on August 21.
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Colours To Desire
If you have always been picky over the colour, Note 20 Ultra comes in three colours so you can choose the one you like best. Meet the Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic White, all costing the same. However, Note 20 comes in different 3 colours. The Note 20 has Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Green and costs a slightly more affordable $999.
An Appearance To Die For
Both phones feature an aluminum frame and Gorilla Glass on the front. The Note 20 Ultra is more premium with the brand new Gorilla Glass Victus. On the other hand, the cheaper Note 20 features Gorilla Glass 6. The Ultra has Gorilla Glass on the rear as well, making it more delicate and fragile. The Note 20 drops comparatively go towards the “classic” look, which is Samsung’s name for glossy plastic.
Note 20 is powered by the fastest processor in Samsung’s Galaxy series. The company said that it features what Samsung calls its “best screen yet.” In a landmark development leap, the phones also work with 5G. This has been a prioritized development by Samsung, which puts it ahead of its competitors. Apple has yet to release a phone compatible with 5G.
The smartphone also comes with an updated version of Samsung’s Bluetooth-enabled stylus, the S-Pen. According to the company, it allows for a broader range of gesture controls and more accurate note-taking abilities.
Note 20 will also come equipped with Nearby Share, which is Android’s version of Apple’s AirDrop. With this users can swap files just by pointing their phones at each other, and a feature called DeX to connect wirelessly with smart TVs.
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