Samsung’s biggest phones of the year are here, with the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra promising large screens, more performance, and that ever-popular S Pen. This time around there are two versions of Samsung’s phablet, the Note 20 packing a 6.7-inch display and the Note 20 Ultra stepping up to a 6.9-inch screen. Both use AMOLED display technology, and the Note 20 Ultra supports 120Hz variable refresh rates.
Inside there’s Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ chipset, with either 8GB of RAM in the Note 20 or 12GB in the Note 20 Ultra. On the back, the Note 20 follows the Galaxy S20 with its trio of cameras, while the Note 20 Ultra apes the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Both support capturing 8K video at 24fps in 21:9 aspect, or Full HD at 120fps.
Deeper integrations with Microsoft on the desktop, and a new, fully-wireless version of DeX cement the Note’s productivity credentials. Meanwhile Xbox game streaming support should ensure it’s a hit with gamers too. It’ll go on sale from $999.99 in August 2020.
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