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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra available to pre-order

 It is that time of the year again when South Korean tech giant Samsung is full of pep. Samsung thinks it’s the best time to launch two of its much-awaited flagships with monikers Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra - an ideal opportunity for two new Note models. Since both smartphones have flagship potential so these are quite on the pricier side.

A week ago, Samsung announced two phones during its official Unpacked Event. The phones are now available to preorder on Samsung official website and authorized retailers. Here is all that you need to know before you order and grab one.

The virtual keynote event additionally incorporated teases of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 foldable phone, the launch of the Galaxy Buds Live wireless earbuds, an announcement about the Galaxy Watch 3 and a preview of the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus. We have jotted down details of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra down below:

Display - Domino Effect

The Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra sure look pleasant, almost closer with respect to sizes. However, the types of panels used for both the devices are quite different. The Galaxy Note 20 sports 6.7-inch with flat Infinity-O Display and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra incorporates 6.9-inch edge Infinity-O Display.

The Note 20 Ultra has a sharp 1440p+ display with refresh rate at 120Hz. The faster display also allows the phone to track its S Pen with lower latency, making its use even more natural. The 60Hz display of the base Note 20, while still offering faster response times than the Note10 duo, can't quite match the 9ms of the Ultra.

The Pricier The Pauper

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will be the first phone to hit the market with the new Gorilla Glass Victus.  The 128GB version of the Galaxy Note 20 costs $1000. On the other hand, Galaxy note 20 Ultra 128GB version will cost around $1300 and 512GB version somewhere around $1,450. We’d be curious to see if it can live up to the promise of surviving drops from 2 m (6.5 ft) height, but either way the knowledge you’re getting the latest and greatest softens the blow of that hefty price tag.

Other Bits & Bobs

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the all-in-one feature device. It has a great number of features that Samsung can accommodate into a phone. It has a microSD card, improved S Pen, a greater display, Ultra Wide Band technology and a Super AMOLED 120Hz display.

Both phones have great camera arrangements, Android 10, 5G network and new S Pen signals for remotely controlling your Galaxy phone.

The new S Pen highlights “Anywhere gestures”. It utilizes its gyro and Bluetooth to detect movement motions and educate the telephone. While cool, it supports a couple of motions (back, home, and so on.) so you can’t use it as a mouse.

Additionally intriguing is the remote DeX capability. It will help you with multi-tasking. You can reflect the screen on numerous cutting edge TVs and do an introduction or simply set up a split screen view to do different things without a moment's delay.

The ability to “run” Android applications such as contact management apps from your phone on a Windows PC also seems interesting as the applications show up exactly as that on native windows.

At long last, Samsung is promising significant OS updates for both the Note20 and Note20 Ultra. The phones are available to preorder from 21st August. Lo and behold, what the flagship premium devices have for us and to what extent, they lead up to our expectations.

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