Samsung’s latest lineup, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is out!
Out of the box, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra feels sleek and premium. The massive 6.9″ display pricks up immediately and looks clear and crisp. The curved edges on the screen are smooth and taper off at just the right angle.
If you’re looking for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to be a do-everything smartphone, don’t be disappointed. Indeed, it can do almost everything for you!
The newly released Note 20 Ultra is similar to the other Korean tech giant’s existing Note phones. The main proposal is for it to be at a rarefied group of Android “power users” who want a phone with all the toys and aren’t afraid of a higher price tag. With Ultra, there’s plenty of both.
Samsung saved its best features for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Best features include a more refined design than the company’s flagship phone, the Galaxy S20 Ultra. You’ll find an exceptional 6.9-inch screen, sharp 5x optical zoom camera and a swifter stylus for annotating screenshots and taking notes.
The Note 20 Ultra also makes small but significant enhancements over the Note 10 Plus, especially in the camera realm, as reviewed by CNET. The display is impressively all-encompassing, and the way it curves down the edges is beautiful.
The glass back mirrors that shape the curve of the display in a pleasing design note are very impressive. There’s a matte effect on the rear of the phone itself, but the antenna band, S Pen and camera lens detailing enjoy a gloss finish.
The price of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra begins at $1,300 for the 128GB version. The 512GB variant is at $1,449. It is a real performer, doing everything it does as actual speed, with never a slowdown or wobble.
In some ways, it’s hard to see where Samsung will take the phone next since the display is almost perfect. Though the cameras could benefit from some software improvements, the hardware is in great shape already.
It is worth buying! The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is possibly the right phone for you if you are looking for reliable performance and a decent battery life phone.
Images used courtesy of Mike O’Brien/YouTube Screenshot.
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