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Samsung is arguably the biggest name in the world of Android smartphones, and a big reason behind it being so have been the uber premium flagships that it launches twice a year. Split across the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, Samsung launches multiple flagships every year, that not only take the fight to other Android phone makers but also take on the Apple’s iPhones with their premium features and design.

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The latest in this list are the Galaxy Note 20 series of phones, which were launched by Samsung earlier in the week. The series brings with itself two new phones, the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra. While both are premium segment devices, it is definitely the latter which is the more interesting of the two.

The new Galaxy 20 device steals the Ultra moniker from the Galaxy S20 series launched earlier in the year and uses it to its advantage. In every possible way, this new phone symbolizes excess in technology and stands out as a worthy bearer of the Ultra tag. This new flagship marries a brilliantly crafted design to core hardware that is still among the most powerful available for smartphones right now.

 

Samsung has launched its Galaxy Note 20 smartphone at 7:30 PM (IST) in India on Aug 5, 2020.

The smartphone is expected to be powered by the Exynos 990 SoC processor.

Also, the phone is likely to have 5G support in some regions and might come in mystic green, mystic grey, and mystic bronze colors.

In terms of display, the Galaxy Note 20 from Samsung is said to have a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ Super AMOLED flat display with a resolution of 1,080×2,400 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9.

Moreover, the display is confirmed to come with Gorilla Glass Victus protection.

The phone is expected to feature a triple camera setup on the rear.

There will be a 12 MP wide-angle camera, a 64 MP telephoto lens, and a 12 MP ultra-wide lens.

Other features include auto flash, face detection, digital zoom, and touch to focus.

While on the front, the Galaxy Note 20 might have a single 10 MP punch hole camera.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is likely to have a 4300mAh battery that would run Android 10 and One UI 2.5.

Besides, the storage option on the smartphone would be 8GB RAM/12GB RAM and up to 128GB internal storage.

Apart from this, connectivity options on the Galaxy Note 20 would include

  • GSM/CDMA/HSPA/EVDO/LTE/5G,
  • WLAN,
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax,
  • dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct &
  • Hotspot,
  • Bluetooth 5.2,
  • A2DP,
  • GLONASS,
  • NFC,
  • USB 3.2,
  • Type-C 1.0 reversible connector,
  • USB On-The-Go

Note  20 Ultra also comes with a 4,500mAh battery — slightly bigger than the 4,300mAh one on the regular Note While we still have to run it through our battery loop test, we think the battery pack on the device working in tandem with Samsung’s highly optimized UI should be good enough to help it last at least a day on moderate-high usage. The phone also gets 25W of fast charging support, which interestingly is a downgrade from the 45W fast charging speeds supported by the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

But considering that very few users had access to that because of Samsung not shipping the required charger in the box with the S20 Ultra, there won’t be too many Samsung fans complaining about the downgrade in charging speeds.

The Note 20 Ultra also gets a new S Pen with five new gestures this year. However, the biggest upgrade is definitely the S Pen bringing its latency down to 9ms — from 42ms on the previous version of the S Pen. This makes the S Pen feel more responsive, and when paired to the fast 120Hz, the display helps make it flow like a breeze on the Note 20 Ultra’s display.

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