The Korean tech company announced the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, both of which you can preorder now ahead of an official release on Friday, August 21.
As you’d expect, Samsung’s new smartphones feature high-end specs and features. It supports an S Pen stylus and a handful of new wallpapers, which you can download now!
XDA Senior Member yakapa40 extracted the wallpapers from the Note 20 (SM-N981B) firmware and published them for all those who preorder the phone. The collection of wallpapers includes a total of 14 live and static images, with many variations to choose from!
The wallpapers range from calming blues to peaceful purples, light movements to big circular spins. There’s a very organic feel to all of them, and they have a sweet taste to Samsung’s fresh aesthetic for the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
Thanks to the XDA team, we can download the wallpaper here.
Check out a few of the wallpapers from the list below:
All of these wallpapers are abstract. They do look exceptional if you’re into that sort of thing. However, don’t expect to get anything else. Make sure to check them out in the gallery before you download them.
All of these wallpapers are in 3088 x 3088 and 1920 x 1920 resolution. You can also use them for iPhones since they can be compressed to 1242 x 2688 pixels.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra ship with the same set of wallpapers. According to rumors, they are packed with the usual wallpapers from the company and some additional that are surprisingly good.
The two new smartphones do look similar, but they are pretty different in terms of size and other features. Not only is the ‘Ultra’ model considerably more expensive, but it also offers quite a bit more compared to the regular one.
Unlike the Galaxy Note 20, the ‘Ultra’ variant is made out of both metal and glass. Samsung, for some unknown reason, decided to include a plastic plate on the back of the Galaxy Note 20.
Also, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with a higher refresh rate display of 120Hz vs 60Hz. The camera setups are also quite different, and the more expensive Samsung smartphone has an edge in that regard as well.
Image used courtesy of XDA Developers.
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