The Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Powerphones

by Tech Mainstream Staff


September 3, 2020


The Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Powerphones

Galaxy Note20 5G Series, Image/Samsung

(Tech Mainstream) Whether you are a budding director or just want a very sophisticated and intelligent smartphone, the Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G more than addresses your needs: "It's anything but your average smartphone." The Galaxy Note20 series is literally "a PC in your pocket."

The Galaxy Note20 series storage capacity is definitely noteworthy considering the Galaxy Note20 Ultra is equiped with 128GB and 512GB (512GB built-in and up to 1TB expandable memory via microSD card) models with 12GBM RAM. Whereas the Galaxy Note20 comes with 128GB model with 8GB RAM. Both Galaxy Note20 models include a Snapdragon 865+ processor, which makes for a snazzy fast processor- the "fastest Note processor yet." Although it has been noted that processors vary in different countries for the same Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model.

The Note20 Ultra 5G comes in three illustrious metallic colors, mystic bronze, mystic white and mystic black. The Galaxy Note20 5G also comes in three scintillating metallic colors, mystic bronze, mystic green and mystic gray. A brand-new textured haze effect has been added for more wow. The smartphones are also equiped with the sturdiest Gorilla glass. The Galaxy Note20 5G and Note20 Ultra 5G models sport a 6.7" or a 6.9" display respectively. The Galaxy Note20 Ultra has a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Energy efficient intelligent batteries help produce a full day of activity on a single charge for both Galaxy Note20 models. Both models include a 25W Super Fast Charger which charges 100% in approximately one hour.

The Galaxy Note20 5G camera capabilities include a 12MP Ultra Wide Camera,12 MP Wide-angle Camera, 64MP Telephoto Camera,10MP Selfie Camera, 3x Hybrid Optic Zoom and 30x Super Resolution Zoom. Whereas the Note20 Ultra 5G includes a 12MP Ultra Wide Camera, 108MP Wide-angle Camera, 12MP Telephoto Camera, 5x Optical Zoom and 50x Super Resolution Zoom.

As for capturing videos, the Galaxy Note20 series smartphones tout "the highest-resolution video recording in a smartphone" and can capture 8K video footage with superb detail. In fact the video quality is considered cinema-quality video recording: "Take full control of the shot with ISO, shutter speed, manual focus and more options in Pro Video mode. You can also capture video in 24fps and choose between 16:9 or 21:9 aspect ratios to enhance the cinematic feeling."

The Galaxy Note20 series new S Pen is described as most advanced S Pen yet: "The new S Pen is so responsive, it puts more control than ever between your fingers. Write and sketch with a natural pen-to-paper feel. Transform notes into noteworthy presentations. And send commands to your phone with a flick."

Available September 15, 2020 in select markets, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, allows you to play over 100 Xbox Games on your Galaxy: "Your favorite Xbox games are available right online—and with an attachable controller, you can get the full gaming experience right on your phone."

A final note, "The Galaxy Note20 is available for as low as $9.73 a month and the Galaxy Note20 Ultra for as low as $18.06 a month with eligible trade-in value up to $650 on Samsung.com."

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